Pittsburgh, Oak Ridge, Sandia Team Wins Concurrency Gold
A collaborative effort among three of the nation's leading computational research centers won a Gold Medal in the Concurrency category of the High Performance Computing Challenge at Supercomputing '96.
Brain Mapping in Real Time
Scientists at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have teamed up to create a new capability for viewing the brain during mental activity.
Upgraded CRAY Running at PSC
A prototype CRAY T3E-900 supercomputing system, installed at Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) since September 3, shows significantly enhanced performance on a range of applications software.
Computers at Work in Pittsburgh
Who would have thought a few years ago that a supercomputer could reveal the structure of Earth's inner core or predict a severe thunderstorm six hours in advance?
PSC's Jensen Elected CUG President
On Oct. 18, at its 38th annual meeting, in Charlotte, N.C., the Cray User Group elected Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center associate director Gary Jensen as president.
PSC Accepts First Production Model of Powerful New System
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) today formally accepted the first production model of the CRAY T3E.
PSC Puts Live "Jazz at Hill House" on Information Highway
On July 6th and 7th, Pittsburgh's Hill House Association presents the fifth annual "Jazz at Hill House," a celebration of Pittsburgh's role in the evolution of jazz history, and a showcase for today's hottest jazz artists.
Four of Five Smithsonian Finalists Use PSC
Four of the five innovations in science honored as finalists in the 1996 Computerworld Smithsonian Awards are collaborations with the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.
First Cray T3E Customer System is Shipped to PSC
The first CRAY T3E scalable parallel system has been installed at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) and is already running parallel applications, Cray Research announced today.
Jensen Joins PSC as Associate Director
The Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center is pleased to announce that Gary Jensen has joined the staff as associate director.
Scientist Honored for Turbulence Research at PSC
To see what the Sun's 5,000 degrees F. surface would look like if you were there, University of Minnesota physicist Paul Woodward developed new methods of computational modeling.
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