Reporting by Helen Hill for MGHPCC News
MGHPCC industry partner Silicon Therapeutics’ innovative research uses the Center’s facilities to host its physics-based simulation platform for advanced drug discovery and design.
The Northeast Research and Education Network, NEREN’s, April 5 seminar held at the Providence Marriott. Continue reading NEREN Seminar: “Bridging the Gap: Sharing Computing Resources Across Campuses”
Total Awards Top $50k, Part of Broader Collaboration on Education & Workforce Development. Continue reading Mayor Announces Winners of MGHPCC Scholarships
Below is a selection of papers that appeared in May 2019 reporting the results of research using the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC), or acknowledging the use of Harvard’s Odyssey Cluster, Northeastern’s Discovery Cluster, and the Boston University Shared Computing Cluster all of which are housed at the MGHPCC. Continue reading May Publications
The HPC Day conference provides a showcase of computational research in science, engineering, and computer science research being carried out in the New England area. Co-sponsored by the MGHPCC, this full-day conference which took place this year on May 21, 2019 at UMass Lowell featured speakers from leading research and education institutes across the region. Continue reading UMass Lowell Hosts 5th Annual HPC Day
Below is a selection of papers that appeared in April 2019 reporting the results of research using the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC), or acknowledging the use of Harvard’s Odyssey Cluster, Northeastern’s Discovery Cluster, and the Boston University Shared Computing Cluster all of which are housed at the MGHPCC. Continue reading April Publications
Holyoke, Massachusetts, April 29, 2019 – Reflecting a national trend of increased collaboration between industry and high performance computing centers, three Massachusetts-based biotechnology companies have engaged the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center (MGHPCC) to enable their leading-edge work, the MGHPCC announced today. Continue reading Three Massachusetts Biotech Companies Leverage MGHPCC
Designing plasma-facing components (PFCs) that can tolerate the extreme heat and particle flux exposure conditions inside a fusion reactor core is one of the major obstacles toward the practical realization of nuclear fusion. Dimitrios Maroudas, a Professor in the Chemical Engineering Department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, uses MGHPCC computing facilities to study plasma-surface interactions and their effects on surface morphology and near-surface structure in plasma-facing components of nuclear fusion reactors. Continue reading Modeling Plasma-Surface Interactions
By Helen Hill for MGHPCC News
The MGHPCC Supercloud, operated by MIT Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center (LLSC) is a facility intended to be of particular use to people who need to transition from their desktop workstation to a high performance computing cluster in order to solve larger or more complex problems, but do not have the time to gain in-depth specialized knowledge about parallelizing application software, running batch jobs, optimizing startup times for large collections of simultaneous jobs, and other details that end users must otherwise master in a Linux cluster environment.
President of Boston University and Chair of the Massachusetts Green High Performance Computing Center writing today in the Boston Business Journal.