As part of the AweSim program, TotalSim USA has developed a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) app that allows college students on Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) teams to perform aerodynamics simulations on the Ohio Supercomputer Center and get wind tunnel-like data for development of their race cars. Find out how the app benefits students and could benefit racing teams in the future. 

The Ohio Supercomputer Center recently held its Statewide Users Group meeting. Even if you did not attend, we would love to get your feedback in order to make it even better for our April 2017 meeting. Simply click here and take this quick survey. 

When the Dell/Intel-Xeon Owens Cluster is completely up and running later this year, the Ohio Supercomputer Center will have deployed the most powerful supercomputer system in the 29-year history of the OSC. What all does it take to set up the Owens Cluster? Get a great overview of this project in our newest blog. 

Prior to 2005, Bharat Bhushan, Ph.D., never dreamed he’d be studying lotus leafs or geckos or sharks or black skimmer birds, nor that supercomputers would help him do it all. Find out how nature has inspired his research and how that knowledge is being used to create more efficient commercial products.  



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