Nashville NPR Interview with Oak Ridge Scientists


Scientists at Oak Ridge National Laboratory are starting to build applications for a supercomputer that might not go live for another seven years. The applications take so much computing power that they cannot run on Oak Ridge’s current supercomputer, Titan (pictured above).

The lab recently received more than $5 million from the Department of Energy to start developing several longterm projects for the Exascale Computing Project.

This article from Nashville Public Radio includes an audio interview.

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