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Computation’s groundbreaking research and development activities, innovative technologies, and world-class staff are often featured in various media outlets. For more information on computing at LLNL, please explore the resources below.

 

Press

Friday, December 7, 2012
Laboratory researchers and university scientists gathered recently at a LLNL-hosted workshop for advancing seismology and geodynamics through HPC.
Source: LLNL Press Release Read More
Wednesday, November 28, 2012
Two teams of DOE scientists have, for the first time, exceeded a sustained performance level of 10 petaflops on LLNL’s Sequoia supercomputer.
Source: HPC Wire Article Read More
Wednesday, November 14, 2012
LLNL researchers have used STAT, a highly scalable, lightweight tool, to debug a program running more than one million MPI processes.
Source: LLNL News Release Read More
Friday, November 9, 2012
Visiting industrial research managers spoke out about how LLNL’s computing skills and resources promise to transform their businesses.
Source: The Independent, Livermore Read More
Friday, November 9, 2012
Researchers from NNSA’s three nuclear weapons laboratories are testing Sequoia’s power and versatility by running unclassified science codes.
Source: LLNL News Release Read More
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
LLNL’s Sequoia supercomputer was recognized as one of the 10 top “world-changing” innovations in 2012.
Source: LLNL News Release Read More
Thursday, November 1, 2012
At Livermore, a significant subscale integrated weapons experiment was designed using an advanced, three-dimensional supercomputer software code.
Source: Science and Technology Review Article Read More
Monday, October 22, 2012
Scientists use Sequoia’s incredible power to build a simulation of the human heat that predicts how a heart would respond to particular drugs.
Source: Popular Mechanics Article Read More
Thursday, October 4, 2012
Lawrence Livermore recognized 15 former employees who have made major contributions to the nation through their inventiveness and entrepreneurial work.
Source: LLNL News Release Read More
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Researchers from Livermore and IBM have developed a supercomputer code called Cardioid that realistically mimics the electrophysiology of a beating human heart.
Source: Science and Technology Review Article Read More

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