Supercomputers

Cheyenne supercomputer: simulation of air flow through wind turbine
March 28, 2017
Since opening in 2012, the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center has both accelerated scientific discovery nationwide and provided a boost to its home state of Wyoming.
Cheyenne supercomputer
January 30, 2017
The 5.34-petaflop Cheyenne supercomputer provides scientists across the nation with a major new tool for understanding the atmospheric and related sciences.
Boosting women in IT: photo of NCAR booth at SC15
October 17, 2016
A team of talented women will help build and operate a high-capacity network for a major supercomputing conference.
Data assimilation: Weather forecast map of southeastern US
April 04, 2016
Part science, part art, data assimilation improves simulations by bringing a range of measurements – be they sparse, dense, or irregularly scattered – into computer models.
A 3D rendering of a thunderstorm
January 11, 2016
The new system for the NCAR-Wyoming Supercomputing Center will be capable of more than three times the amount of scientific computing performed by its predecessor.
Map showing NCAR ensemble forecast with results from 10 members
June 03, 2015
NCAR scientists are generating daily, high-resolution ensemble forecasts for the continental U.S. and making them available online.

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