News and Research Highlights
Jun 6 2016
We recently made some improvements on Sherlock that we thought were
worthy of an announcment. So here's a quick list of the latest changes.New software installations
The list of available software on Sherlock keeps growing at a steady
pace. Among others, some noteworthy new modules are:
Oct 22 2015
Vanessa Sochat, a Stanford PhD student in Biomedical Informatics, is an avid consumer of computing resources on campus, at national centers, and in the cloud. On October 21, Vanessa shared with the Stanford HPC Users Group her perspective on the need for better tools for researchers, with a focus...
Sep 22 2015
Understanding the origins of our solar system, the future of our planet or humanity requires complex calculations run on high-power computers. A common thread among research efforts across Stanford’s many disciplines is the growing use of sophisticated algorithms, run by brute computing power, to...
Some very exciting research by Stanford researchers Lee-Ping Wang and Robert McGibbon in collaboration with the Martinez Lab was recently published in Nature Chemistry. They report the development and application of the ab initio nanoreactor—a highly accelerated first-principles molecular dynamics...
New energy-saving facility boosts Stanford's computing prowess
Green technology meets high-powered computing at the new Stanford Research Computing Center, which supports the growing computational needs of researchers on campus while saving energy.