The Titan supercomputer and a tool called Starkiller help Stony Brook University-led team simulate key moments in exploding stars.
Early-universe models evolve to handle observations to come.
Trillion-particle simulations take on the biggest big-data problems that exist.
Observations support a supernova shock phenomenon discovered through computer modeling.
Supercomputer models point to twists in a star’s death throes.
A universe evolution simulation scores petaflops performance.
Physicists looking for patterns in the cosmos face a huge challenge in data handling and analysis.
Mysteries of phenomena both minuscule and magnificent await supercomputing muscle.
Simulating the origin of everything – from the iron in our blood to the planet we live on.