With the launch of new supercomputing and AI resources and capabilities, the ALCF is enabling pioneering research at the intersection of simulation, big data analysis, and machine learning.
The ALCF’s most powerful system to date is supporting several large-scale science projects while also helping researchers prepare for Aurora.
The ALCF’s testbed of AI accelerators is enabling the research community to advance the use of AI for data-intensive science.
The ALCF has made some significant facility upgrades, including utility-scale electrical and mechanical work, to get ready for its next-generation supercomputer.
With hardware and software that is identical to Aurora, Sunspot gives researchers a valuable platform for advancing code development work.
Together, the ALCF’s Aurora supercomputer and the upgraded APS will change science as we know it, combining exascale computing power with experimental science to accelerate new discoveries.
Using the ALCF’s Polaris and Cerebras CS-2 systems, researchers developed the first genome-scale language model to study the evolutionary dynamics of SARS-CoV-2.