March 20, 2023 | HPCwire

 Case Western Reserve University is one of the most research-intensive higher education institutions in the state of Ohio. Ranked R1 by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, during fiscal year 2021 it attracted more than $390 million in competitive sponsored research projects.

OSC’s automated tape library system performs daily backups to store massive amounts of information in a durable, accessible format for long-term reliability.

March 16, 2023 | Frontiers in Environmental Science

Climate change continues to challenge food, energy, and water systems (FEWS) across the globe and will figure prominently in shaping future decisions on how best to manage this nexus. In turn, traditionally engineered and natural infrastructures jointly support and hence determine FEWS performance, their vulnerabilities, and their resilience in light of extreme climate events. We present here a research framework to advance the modeling, data integration, and assessment capabilities that support hypothesis-driven research on FEWS dynamics cast at the macro-regional scale.

March 10, 2023 | Argonne National Lab - Photon Sciences

New Argonne machine learning models will open the possibility for real-time experiment feedback critical to understanding materials.

Researchers from Argonne and SLAC have demonstrated the ability to use beamline data from live experiments to train machine learning (ML) models on remote supercomputers and deploy the results on edge devices at beamlines, enabling near-real-time data processing.

November 21, 2022 | UChicago CS News

Funding from the National Science Foundation and the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) will support parallel programming enabler Parsl as it enters a new phase of sustainability, community, and outreach.

As the scale of scientific research grows larger, so too do the barriers. Data-intensive and computation-heavy work across all fields can benefit from parallel computing and high-performance resources, but not everyone knows how to scale up from a laptop to a supercomputer.

October 11, 2022 |

By Stephanie Seay, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

September 7, 2022 | UChicago CS News

Ian Foster, a pioneer in cloud and high-performance computing, was named the 2022 recipient of the Ken Kennedy Award, bestowed annually by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

June 28, 2022 | UChicago CS News

When any successful project attracts a large community, there will be growing pains. Since its launch in 2015, the experimental cloud computing testbed Chameleon has realized its vision of becoming a shared scientific instrument for computer science research and education. The project, led by Argonne Senior Scientist and UChicago CASE Affiliate Kate Keahey, has supported over 800 projects and 6,000 users from around the world and developed several new applications and deployments.

June 1, 2022 | Bio-IT World

In a wide-ranging discussion on data security this month at the Bio-IT World Conference and Expo, panelists dug into how the data we have can be better positioned to inform research in the future—and what that means for both patients and researchers.  

May 13, 2022 | Argonne National Laboratory News

Scientific experimentation frequently generates enormous quantities of data. And, just as frequently, this data cannot be handled at the point where it is created and has to be moved to either large supercomputing clusters or the cloud. This process of moving data requires high-tech software packages that can transport large quantities of information seamlessly, reliably and quickly, all over the world.