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Blue Gene Baby

Illinois' new supercomputer

Mapping genes, treating Parkinson's disease, exploring the universe and combatting global warming are just a few of the problems that Illinois' new supercomputer may solve.

August 14, 2007

Mihai Anitescu Presents a Semi-Plenary Address at ICCOPT

Mihai Anitescu, a computational mathematician at Argonne National Laboratory, will present a semi-plenary address at the Second Mathematical Programming Society International Conference on Continuous Optimization August 13-16, 2007, in Hamilton, O

August 13, 2007

Reactor Simulation Takes the Heat

August 13, 2007

Two Papers by Argonne Researchers Selected as "Outstanding" in the EuroPVM/MPI Users

Two papers by Argonne researchers have been selected as "Outstanding Papers" in the 14th annual EuroPVM/MPI Users' Group conference.

July 11, 2007

Pratt & Whitney INCITE Work on Argonne BlueGene/L Leads to Combustor Design Speedup

Pratt & Whitney has been exploring leading-edge combustor design using the BlueGene/L supercomputer at Argonne National Laboratory as part of DOE's Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program.

June 13, 2007

Upcoming INCITE Next-Generation Blue Gene Workshop

A workshop being hosted jointly by the ALCF and BlueGene Consortium on June 20-21 at Argonne will provide current and prospective DOE INCITE project teams with details of the Next-Generation Blue Gene architecture and the BG system's advanced

June 12, 2007

Interview: Rick Stevens, Computing and Life Sciences Directorate Lead, Argonne National Laboratory

David Geer, ITworld.com

May 15, 2007

Rick Stevens: Connecting Computing to Science

Perhaps the two most important technologies of the 21st century will be information technology and biotechnology. Certainly they have become the most rapidly expanding domains of our era.

March 09, 2007