OSC celebrates 20 years of HPC service through SC07 presentations
Columbus, Ohio – November 9, 2007 – Staff members at the Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) are being tapped for their valuable expertise to deliver numerous presentations at SC07, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis at the Reno-Sparks Convention Center in Reno, Nev., Nov. 10-16.
Geneva, Switzerland (March 30, 2010) At 1:06 p.m. Central European Summer Time (CEST) today, the first protons collided at 7 TeV in the Large Hadron Collider. These first collisions, recorded by the LHC experiments, mark the start of the LHC’s research program. Animation of the first reconstructed 7 TeV events seen by ALICE can be found on YouTube.
Ohio State University engineering professors and students tap into the resources at the Ohio Supercomputer Center to conduct computational mechanics and material modeling.
By Joan Slattery Wall
COLUMBUS, OH -- July 5, 2007-- Somnath Ghosh envisions a day when the lifespan of aircraft engines could be predicted with better certainty.
Demo at SC09 to show how digital manufacturing will improve bottom line
Columbus, Ohio – November 5, 2009 - Officials from the Ohio Supercomputer Center and Nimbis Services unveiled an e-commerce service that allows companies to easily purchase OSC's Blue Collar Computing computational and expertise resources via Nimbis' web portal packages.
Ohio Supercomputer Center project to spur use of computational science
Columbus, Ohio (August 23, 2010) –The Ohio Supercomputer Center has received a $300,000 federal grant to work with a ceramics manufacturer and university experts to apply advanced modeling and simulation to the company’s operations as a way to boost its competitive advantage.
OSU’s Li disrupts cellular messages through fragment-based
Federal Funding for Ohio Supercomputer Center’s Blue Collar Computing Initiative Helps Small and Medium Sized Companies Access Needed Technology
Columbus, OH -- August 6, 2007 -- The U.S. manufacturing sector received a boost as it transitions to a globally competitive marketplace under a new Senate bill introduced today. The legislation will take the same supercomputing systems and applications used almost exclusively by Fortune 500 companies and make them scalable, accessible and affordable to small and medium-sized companies.