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Perlmutter Results Show Progress in Quantum Information Science

The [email protected] program uses the Perlmutter supercomputer at NERSC to advance quantum information science (QIS). » Read More

Computing for Better Battery Electrolytes

Using computing resources at NERSC, researchers from the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research have identified new, more efficient ways to find improved electrolytes for batteries. » Read More

New Math Methods and Perlmutter HPC Combine to Deliver Record-Breaking ML Algorithm

Using the Perlmutter system at NERSC, researchers have developed and demonstrated a new method for analyzing extremely large datasets. » Read More

Shining a Light on Electron's Role in Energy Transfer Among 2D Materials

The surprising results of a study facilitated by NERSC's supercomputing prowess could pave the way for a new generation of transistors. » Read More

Berkeley Lab is Leading the Charge to Superfacility

The aim is no less than an integrated and automated system for gathering, transporting, and analyzing scientific data in real time. » Read More

WarpX Goes Exascale

The ECP-funded WarpX Project has spent the last six years creating a novel, highly parallel, and highly optimized single-source simulation code for modeling plasma-based particle colliders on cutting-edge exascale supercomputers. » Read More

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A small sample of jobs running on NERSC supercomputers right now.

Project System Nodes Core Hours Used
Lattice QCD Monte Carlo Calculation of Hadronic Structure and Spectroscopy
 Nuclear Physics
 PI: Keh-Fei Liu, University of Kentucky
Cori 400
Turbulence, Transport and Magnetic Reconnection in High Temperature Plasma
 Fusion Energy Sciences
 PI: William Dorland, University of Maryland
Cori 128
High Precision Calculations of the Nucleon Structure for Fundamental Symmetries
 Nuclear Physics
 PI: Rajan Gupta, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Cori 104

Did You Know?

NERSC supercomputers are being used to help design super quantum computers of the future.