Latest News from PSC
$2,000 Grant Will Help Fund Operations, Raise Program’s Visibility in Challenging COVID Year
PSC’s Big Data and AI Supercomputer Replaced by New Bridges-2 Platform
From the vastness of neutron-star collisions to the raw power of incoming tsunamis to the tiny, life-and-death details of how COVID-19 progresses, the Bridges platform at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) has seen it all. Now Bridges has taken its final bow, ceding the title of PSC’s flagship high performance computing (HPC) system to the larger, more advanced Bridges-2.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has funded PSC and collaborators with $1.5 million in two separate awards.
Simulations on Bridges shed light on 100 year old mystery.
17th Annual HPCwire Awards Presented to Leaders in the Global HPC Community
Lab, Computer Experiments to Improve Simulations of Signaling between Nerve and Muscle cells, Offering Clues to Treating a Type of Neurological Disease
HuBMAP Inaugural Data Release: Detailed Anatomical Data about Seven Human Organs for Scientists, Public
Detailed, 3D anatomical data and genetic sequences of healthy tissues from seven organ types, at the level of individual cells as well as many bulk tissue datasets, available to scientists everywhere
Slower and Noisier Aug. 3, 2020 It seems strange to talk about “quiet” versus “noisy” collisions of neutron stars. But many such impacts form a black hole that swallows all...
Anton 2 Simulates Coronavirus Binding to Human Cells A team at the University of Arkansas is using the unparalleled ability of the Anton 2 supercomputer to simulate...
The National Science Foundation Awards $5 million to the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center to Build Neocortex, an AI Supercomputer that Will Introduce Revolutionary Technologies
A $5 million National Science Foundation (NSF) award will allow the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center (PSC) to deploy a unique high performance artificial intelligence (AI)...