A small sample of massively parallel scientific computing jobs running right now at NERSC.
In 1985, NERSC was the first to install the Cray-2, then the fastest computer in the world. Today, an iPad has more processing power. The Cray-2 was nicknamed "Bubbles" for its unique liquid cooling system.
When Stars Collide: 3D Computer Simulation Captures Cosmic Event January 12, 2019
Shedding New Light on Luminous Blue Variable Stars December 7, 2018
NESAP Hosts First NERSC-9 GPU Hackathon for Application Developers February 20, 2019
Long-time NERSC User Honored for Climate Modelling Work February 12, 2019