Projects in Scientific Computing

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Projects in Scientific Computing, 2001

Year in Review | Science Articles


Year in Review

Foreword from the Directors

Big Iron in the Steel City

Notes and Highlights
The year in review at PSC.

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The Super Computing Science Consortium
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Science Articles

EVOLUTION AND STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSE

In Search of Planetary Pancakes
MHD Simulation of Star Formation out of a Turbulence Molecular Cloud
Michael Norman, University of California, San Diego.


STRUCTURE AND PROTEINS OF DNA

Touchy Proteins
Molecular Dynamics Simulations of a Mechanosensitive Ion Channel
MKlaus Schulten, University of Illinois.


Fishy Proteins
Hydrogen-Bond Analysis of a Type I Antifreeze Protein
Jeffry Madura, Duquesne University.


The Road to La-La Land
Simulations of Halothane in a Fully-Hydrated Membrane with Ion-Channel
Pei Tang, University of Pittsburgh.


CELLULAR BIOLOGY

Where Nerve and Muscle Meet
Microphysiological Modeling of Slow-Channel Myasthenic Syndrome
Joel Stiles, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center.


MATERIALS SCIENCE

Electronic Nirvana
Calculating High-Tc Superconductivity with the Dynamical Cluster Approximation
Mark Jarrell and Thomas Maier, University of Cincinatti.


AEROSPACE ENGINEERING AND DESIGN

Flutter in the Sky
Predicting the Aeroelastic Behavior of High-Performance Aircraft
Charbel Farhat, University of Colorado at Boulder.




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