Projects in Scientific Computing

Cover of 2002 Issue

Projects in Scientific Computing, 2002

Year in Review | Science Articles | In Process




Year in Review

Big Iron on a Fast Grid
The nation's most powerful systems on the world's fastest network

Notes and Highlites
The year in review at PSC.

Supercomputing in PA
With support from Pennsylvania, PSC provides education, consulting, advanced network access and computational resources to scientists and engineers.

The Super Computing Science Consortium
Pennsylvania - West Virginia partners in the development of clean-power technologies.

Science Articles

STRUCTURE OF PROTEINS & DNA

Precious Bodily Fluids
Selectivity of the Aquaporin Water Channel Family
Klaus Schulten, University of Illinois.


New Weapons for the Germ Wars
De Novo Design of Biomimetic Antimicrobial Polymers
Michael Klein, University of Pennsylvania.


What Happens at the Active Site
Computational Chemistry of Aldehyde Dehydrogenases
Troy Wymore, David Deerfield & Hugh Nicholas, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
John Hempel, University of Pittsburgh
Martin Field, Institut de Biologie Structurale, Grenoble, France


BLOOD CIRCULATION & THE HEART

Stroke Busters in Turbulent Blood
Transition to Turbulence in a Stenosed Carotid Artery
Francis Loth, University of Illinois, Chicago
Paul Fischer & Henry M. Tufo, Argonne National Laboratory
Hisham Bassiouny, University of Chicago Hospital


MANUFACTURING PROCESS DESIGN

Burn Again Turbine
Combustion and Rotor-Stator Interaction in Turbine Stage
Paul Cizmas, Texas A&M University.


ADVANCES IN HIGH-ENERGY PHYSICS

The Strange Flavor of Quarks
Lattice-Gauge Simulations of Quantum Chromodynamics
The MILC QCD Collaboration.


In Process

Better Storm Forecasting
A Free Energy Landscape on the Grid
Blood Flow and Artificial Organs
Finding the Doubly Charmed Baryon
Setting a Trap for Light
Recipes for Amorphous Metal




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New Understanding of Life and Its Processes

Earth, the Environment and Society We Live In

Evolution and Structure of the Universe

New Technology and Manufacturing Processes

At the Frontier of Physics and Chemistry

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