News Release 18-067
NSF awards $60 million for next-generation supercomputer
Texas Advanced Computing Center to build nation’s most powerful academic high-performance computing system
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Image from a global simulation of Earth’s mantle convection enabled by
the NSF-funded Stampede supercomputer. Colors represent the effective
viscosity; subducting plates are shown in blue. The Frontera system
will allow researchers to incorporate more observations into
simulations, leading to new insights into the main drivers of plate
Credit: Credit: UT Austin, Caltech, and NYU
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