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Record-Setting Seismic Simulations Run on NERSC’s Cori System

The simulations, which mimic possible large-scale seismic activity in Southern California, were done using a new software system called EDGE (Extreme-Scale Discontinuous Galerkin Environment), a solver package for fused seismic simulations. The simulations were run on NERSC’s Cori supercomputer. More>

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Pattern Discovery Over Recognition: A New Way for Computers to See

Jim Crutchfield of UC Davis is designing new machine learning systems to allow supercomputers to spot large-scale atmospheric structures, such as hurricanes and atmospheric rivers, in climate data. He’s using NERSC’s CORI supercomputer, which is in the top five of the world’s fastest machines with over 600,000 CPU cores. More>

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