Driving R&D through supercomputing
ORNL is providing leadership for the supercomputing revolution by fielding the most capable machines, developing the enabling software and applying supercomputing across a broad spectrum of science and technology challenges. More...
Increasing computational resources provides scientists with the opportunity to simulate whatever phenomenon or problem they're looking at with considerably more fidelity. More...
Moving to Titan
When Titan is available to users in the first half of 2013, it will be
more powerful than any computer now in existence. More...
Titan's computational prowess rests on tens of thousands of next-generation processors, each of which contains hundreds of cores designed to rip through calculations. More...
Some people would call Tom Evans an optimist. He's building a mathematical model of a nuclear reactor so detailed that the only computer it can run on hasn't been built yet. More...
Joining forces for biofuels
Computational biophysicist Jeremy Smith specializes in performing science at the intersection of multiple disciplines. More...
Behind the data
Thanks to the digital revolution, the information available on any given topic has morphed from
a sporadic stream of text and photos into a nonstop maelstrom of multimedia shrapnel. More...
Climate models for a changing world
Using ORNL's Jaguar supercomputer to capture glimpses of Earth's future, researchers are trying to bridge the gap between science and public policy. More...
Modeling material defects
Metallurgy is a very old subject, so you might think that by this point we would understand everything about it. That's not the case. More...
A closer view
Jeff Nichols shares share his thoughts on how supercomputing impacts both R&D and day-to-day living. More...