2020 News

Two groups receive inaugural awards from NSF for time on Frontera

Two groups from Physics & Astronomy receive inaugural awards from NSF for time on Frontera: The world's most powerful supercomputer for academic research.

 

One of only 49 allocated computing time, Alyson Brooks' successful proposal is entitled "Simulated Inside and Out: the Milky Way Galaxy at Unprecedented Resolution."  The other is a joint effort by Kristjan Haule and David Vanderbilt entitled "DMREF: Spectral function database of correlated materials from first principles."  A third recipient is Darrin York of the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology.

 

More at hpcwire.com..

 

(04-14-2020)