Improving Biomolecular Design with GPU-Accelerated Supercomputers

For the first time ever, chemists from the University of California, San Diego designed a two-dimensional protein crystal simulation that toggles between states of varying porosity and density. The research could help scientists create new materials for water purification, renewable energy, breakthroughs in medicine, drug development, and many more possible applications. The work of combining […] … Read more

Monash University Upgrades MASSIVE GPU-Accelerated Supercomputer

To accelerate biomedical research, Australia’s Monash University boosted its research infrastructure with a third GPU-accelerated supercomputer called MASSIVE-3. MASSIVE-3 is equipped with both Tesla GPUs and Quadro GPUs for data processing and visualization, driving the new system nearly four times faster than MASSIVE-2. … Read more

Share Your Science: Accelerating Digital Rock Physics with GPUs

James McClure, a Computational Scientist with Advanced Research Computing at Virginia Tech describes how they are using the NVIDIA Tesla GPU-accelerated Titan Supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Their project involves mathematical models combined with 3D visualization to provide insight on how fluids move below the surface of the earth. This can ultimately be used […] … Read more