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NERSC Users Report Over 1,400 Publications in 2005

February 1, 2006

As part of their 2006 allocations request, NERSC users were asked to submit lists of articles and conference papers resulting from their computations at NERSC over the preceding 12 months.

A total of 1,448 publications, which had either been published or accepted, were noted. The total does not include those papers listed as “submitted” or “in preparation.”

“This is an inspiring list of publications, both in the number and the breadth of science covered,” said NERSC Division Director Horst Simon. “By providing the systems and expertise which make it possible for our users to achieve such an impressive output, NERSC may well be the scientific computer center that enables the most science.”

The complete list of publications can be found on the Web at < ERCAPpubs05.php>.

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