July 2019

 

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  Ridgecrest Earthquakes Shake Southern California

NSF-supported Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance (GEER) Association team member Christine Goulet measures the vertical component of a surface fault rupture trace near Highway 178 following the July 4th M6.4 earthquake. Photo credit: Scott Brandenberg/GEER

 
 

Ridgecrest Earthquakes Shake Southern California

Responding to the recent earthquakes in Southern California — a magnitude 6.4 on July 4 and a magnitude 7.1 on July 5 — natural hazards engineers and other researchers who are part of the National Science Foundation (NSF) Natural Hazards Engineering Research Infrastructure (NHERI) network jumped into action. Research teams are sharing and publishing data and assessment reports using NSF-NHERI's DesignSafe cyberinfrastructure, which was developed and is powered by TACC.

All shook up

 
 
     
 
 
  For the Love of Science

Carlos Redondo (left) and Ritu Arora (right) developed BOINC@TACC.

 

For the Love of Science

You don't have to be a scientist to contribute to research projects in biomedicine, physics, astronomy, artificial intelligence, or earth sciences. Using specialized, open-source software from the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing project (BOINC), hundreds of thousands of home and work computers are being voluntarily used for the pursuit of science. TACC started its own project in 2017 — BOINC@TACC — to allow the public to help solve science problems. It's the first use of volunteer computing by a leading HPC center.

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  Code@TACC 2019 Connected Summer Camp

High school students participating in the Code@TACC Connected summer camp.

 

Code@TACC 2019 Connected Summer Camp

Rising 11th and 12th grade students skipped the beach to spend a week at the Code@TACC Connected summer camp, which took place this month. Code@TACC Connected is an innovative, exciting program where coding meets communities. Students created solutions to socially relevant problems using cloud-connected networked sensors.

Stay connected

 
 
     
 
 
 
Using Machine Learning to Analyze Key Capacitor Materials

The Comet supercomputer at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (left) and the Stampede2 supercomputer at TACC (right).

 

Using Machine Learning to Analyze Key Capacitor Materials

Scientists at Georgia Tech are using machine learning with supercomputers to find ways to build more capable capacitors. Supercomputers analyzed the electronic structure of materials, simulated on Stampede2 at TACC and Comet at SDSC. Improved capacitors could play a major role in powering future machines, from electric cars to cell phones.

Powering the future

 
 
     
 
 
  Annual TACCSTER Meeting 2019  

Annual TACCSTER Meeting 2019

Registration is open for the TACC Symposium for Texas Researchers (TACCSTER) meeting this September 26-27. Participate in discussions, learn new skills, and network with other Texas-based computational researchers.

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  Welcome Chris Ramos, Vera Belcher and Astrid Alcazar to TACC

Welcome to TACC, Alyssa Cantu!

Alyssa Cantu recently joined TACC's Life Sciences Computing - Research Acceleration group after graduating from Brown University with a degree in Computational Biology. She has experience in biomedical informatics, human genetics, and has prior research experience at the Mayo Clinic. Alyssa is working to mobilize researchers across the UT System to use TACC resources.

  TACC Wants to Hear from You!

TACC Wants to Hear from You!

TACC supports researchers, educators, and students across the country. What has TACC helped you achieve? TACC would love to hear about your successes so we can highlight your work in reports, publications, and on social media.

Send your story ideas: communications@tacc.utexas.edu

  Work at TACC!

Work @ TACC

Working at TACC means being part of a dynamic and exciting environment, where talented individuals pursue their interests, engage their imaginations, and work at the forefront of computational research. Working with us also means living in Austin, an exceptional city that thrives on innovation, culture, and creativity.

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