Doctoral Candidate in MIT’s Department of Nuclear Science and Engineering (NSE) Nestor Sepulveda is using MGHPCC research computing resources to help chart a path towards decarbonization. Continue reading Zeroing in on Decarbonization
Astrophysicists at UMass Dartmouth use computing resources at the MGHPCC to study black hole’s hair!
Continue reading Professor discovers way to differentiate individual black holes
Turbulence — the unruly swirling of fluid and air that mixes coffee and cream and can rattle airplanes in flight — causes heat loss that weakens efforts to reproduce on Earth the fusion that powers the sun and stars. Now scientists have modeled a key source of the turbulence found in a fusion experiment at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL), paving the way for improving similar experiments to capture and control fusion energy. The research used computer resources at the MGHPCC. Continue reading New model helps pave the way to bringing clean fusion energy down to Earth
Harvard astronomers using computers housed at the MGHPCC discover largest known coherent gaseous structure in our galaxy. Continue reading The Giant in our Stars
A new cloud computing testbed is coming to MGHPCC thanks to a $5M grant from NSF. Continue reading UMass-BU-Northeastern Team Receive NSF Grant to Develop New Cloud Computing Platforms
Below is a selection of papers that appeared in November 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, the Boston University Shared Computing Cluster and MIT’s Engaging Cluster all of which are housed at the MGHPCC. Continue reading November Publications
GPU facilities will be made available to researchers through Internet2 links and regional computing partnerships at MGHPCC. Continue reading UMASS Researcher Receives NSF Grant for GPU-Enabled HPC Cluster at MGHPCC
TX-GAIA is tailor-made for crunching through deep neural network operations. Continue reading Lincoln Laboratory’s new artificial intelligence supercomputer is the most powerful at a university
Below is a selection of papers that appeared in October 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, the Boston University Shared Computing Cluster and MIT’s Engaging Cluster all of which are housed at the MGHPCC. Continue reading October Publications
Vijaya B. Kolachalama, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor at the Boston University School of Medicine. His area of expertise is in computational biomedicine and in particular machine learning and computer vision.
Continue reading The Computer Will See You Now