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How I Spent My Summer: Making Jupyter Tools - and Groundbreaking Science - Even Better

August 23, 2021

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Each summer, Berkeley Lab hosts dozens of college students through the Computing Sciences Summer Program, and this year Josh Geden had the opportunity to work with NERSC and CRD on a variety of projects related to Jupyter. 

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A paradigm shift in deep learning for chemistry and materials science

May 26, 2021

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During my time as a postdoc, one thing has become obvious: The way we chemists and materials scientists think about and utilize GPU resources is rapidly changing.

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SC20 Tiered Storage Panel Recap: How Many Tiers Do We Really Need?

March 19, 2021

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By Glenn Lockwood, NERSC Advanced Technologies Group

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Preparing for Perlmutter: DGX-A100 Nodes Arrive at NERSC

October 5, 2020

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This contribution is the first in a new series of blog posts written directly by the engineers at NERSC who keep the center running. In this series, we hope to share our enthusiasm for HPC and scientific computing and reveal some of the insider details about what makes NERSC NERSC.

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