• SDSC’s Expanse Provides a Sneak Peek of the Extended Solar CoronaOn Dec. 4, a total eclipse of the sun will occur. The solar corona – visible to the naked eye only during a total eclipse – will be viewable for just over one minute. Thanks to simulations run on the Expanse supercomputer, we have an idea of what that might look like.Learn More
  • Frank Würthwein Named Director of the San Diego Supercomputer CenterFrank Würthwein, lead of SDSC’s Distributed High-Throughput Computing Group, executive director of the Open Science Grid, a physics professor and a founding faculty member of the Halıcıoğlu Data Science Institute at UC San Diego assumes the role Dec. 1.Learn More
  • San Diego Supercomputer Center and Fungible Achieve Record-Breaking Storage PerformanceAt 10 million input/output operations per second from a single server to a single storage system, the results of this testing are more about expanding the scope of what AI, machine learning, data analytics, and other data-centric environments can deliver.Learn More
  • Supercomputer Provides Catalyst for Cleaning Up Drinking Water ContaminantsScientists recently used Comet to understand new approaches to removing PFAS in drinking water. Computational power provided by SDSC helped researchers determine how to decompose contaminants by fine-tuning radiation to break the strong bonds of the contaminant.Learn More
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