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Sep 7 2017 | Posted In: Research Highlights, Success Stories
Sherlock user Yashar Hazaveh and his co-author Laurence Perreault Levasseur at Stanford's and SLAC's Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (KIPAC) recently published some groundbreaking research in the journal Nature.  Their work utilizes Sherlock's powerful resources, machine...
Aug 2 2017
SRCC is extremely proud to announce the major expansion of our Sherlock HPC cluster- Sherlock 2.0 is now open for general use!  There are many new and exciting features to describe. In a nutshell, on Sherlock 2.0, you'll find: * Newer, faster, and better compute nodes! * You use the same files and...
May 15 2017
SRCC team member Vanessa Sochat recently published a paper on Singularity, a HPC containerization technology that we (and many others) are very excited about.  Singularity enables two things that are a big deal: user defined containers that run safely on a shared compute cluster and reproducibility...
Apr 7 2017 | Posted In: Research Highlights, Success Stories
Key brain receptor NMDA investigated at atomic resolution using computer simulations. Sherlock and XStream user Anton Sinitskiy recently published some exciting research that simulates the effects of glycan groups on the NMDA receptor in the journal Scientific Reports.  NMDA is an important  ...
Feb 14 2017
   Sherlock and XStream user Ralf Kaehler of the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (KIPAC) recenlty published his work on using GPUs on N-body dark matter simulations.  

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