Michael E. Papka

Argonne coding campers, class of 2015

In July, I participated in Argonne’s first summer coding camp, a computer science education opportunity attended by 42 local high school students and organized in partnership with the DuPage County chapter of the Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO).

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Cooley: more memory, faster results

Today at ALCF, a powerful new cluster with terabytes of RAM and GPU memory stands ready to meet our user community’s data analysis needs. Cooley, the follow-on system to Tukey, will support more exploration capabilities, including in-situ analysis and unprecedented

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Aurora is coming. Step one: Theta

After much anticipation, the Department of Energy recently announced that industry partners Intel and Cray would be delivering Argonne’s next supercomputer, Aurora. The new system will be a first-of-its-kind product from the market-leading chipmaker and the renowned computer manufacturer, and

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Summer training to the extreme

Applications are now being accepted for two noteworthy summer training programs in Chicago aimed at cultivating future computational scientists. Both opportunities offer intensive, hands-on training on multiple topics, and access to leading experts currently working in the extreme-scale computing space.

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Happy New Year!

New Frontiers in Leadership Computing, part two of the CiSE Special Issue on Leadership Computing, is out and features four more boundary-pushing examples of research at the high-end of scientific computing: a scalable solver for aerospace industry work, a novel

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