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Scientists used Stampede to develop new workflows to deal with massive future data streams from Advanced LIGO, the world's most advanced gravitational observatory, expected to go online in 2015.

Working with TACC staff, they were able to transfer their computing to a large, high-performance system and confirm that XSEDE resources can be used in the effort to identify and locate the source of gravity waves.

TACC software engineers were also able to make the LIGO code substantially more efficient, allowing more and higher-resolution analyses in the future.


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