Mammalian vertebral evolution? Reconstructing the development of the Milky Way? Uncovering the impacts of environmental exposure effects on human gut microbiota? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
Continue reading March Publications
Massachusetts-based biotech company ARIScience uses MGHPCC supercomputers to identify existing drugs able to break up SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19 – at the molecular level.
Continue reading Biotech firm identifies four drugs that could be used against COVID-19
Deep time weevil evolution? Using machine learning to derive historic atmospheric particulate matter distributions? Tracking the role of BDNF in brain structure and function? Designing batteries better suited to fluctuating renewables? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
Continue reading February Publications
With help from Satori at the MGHPCC, Professor Gaurav Khanna and his team unravel the mysteries surrounding Black Holes. Continue reading Hairy Black Holes ?
Identifying the US county-by-county COVID-19 burden? Multicolor polymeric carbon dots? Power system state estimation? Modeling the Somaliland pastoralist movement? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
Continue reading January Publications
Despite Covid, MGHPCC partner, and STEM community booster activity Holyoke Codes is alive and well and thriving online. Continue reading Holyoke Codes Goes Virtual
Dielectric metasurface design using adversarial networks; Receiver development for a next-generation South Pole polarimeter; Hookean ribbons? This month’s selection of publications featuring research using the MGHPCC.
Continue reading December Publications
Kudos to the UMass Amherst student and faculty MGHPCC users who were recognized for innovative research, creativity, and impact for the greater good at Supercomputing 2020 (SC20), the largest international conference for high performance computing (HPC.) Continue reading UMass Amherst @ SC20
Using computers at the MGHPCC, UMass Amherst seismologists’ work advances understanding of volcano distribution.
Continue reading Piecing Together the Alaska Coastline’s Fractured Past