Register now for the upcoming SUG meeting! This meeting is a great way to see and showcase new scientific developments produced using OSC resources, foster connections with OSC staff and give constructive feedback. There will also be a flash talk session and poster competition with awards.
The Ohio Supercomputer Center’s annual research report takes you inside the latest research and development being done on our systems. The report details our own advancements along with sharing how we’re empowering clients and partners to discover and innovate. Read the entire report here.
OSC's new password change policy, affecting all clients using OSC HPC production services, requires every HPC account password to be changed every 90 days. This new policy is part of a set of policies and procedures enacted to improve data security for regulatory compliance rules, such as HIPPA. More information.
Phonons—the elemental particles that transmit both heat and sound—have magnetic properties, according to a research group from The Ohio State University. The researchers found that a magnetic field reduced the amount of heat flowing through a semiconductor, and simulations performed at OSC showed that the magnetic field induces a diamagnetic response in the phonons. Read more!
Chancellor John Carey joined Pankaj Shah, executive director of OSC and OARnet, and Professor Thomas Beck, chair of the Statewide Users Group, on April 9 to dedicate the center's newest system — the HP/Intel Xeon Phi Ruby Cluster. The system highlights a new direction in system acquisition through a partnership with two significant "condo" partners.
Learn more about AweSim, the Ohio Supercomputer Center’s latest industrial engagement initiative to provide the benefits of modeling and simulation to small and mid-sized manufacturers.