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The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) is part of the University of Texas at Austin. TACC designs and operates some of the world's most powerful computing resources. The center's mission is to enable discoveries that advance science and society through the application of advanced computing technologies.

The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) is part of the University of Texas at Austin. TACC designs and operates some of the world's most powerful computing resources. The center's mission is to enable discoveries that advance science and society through the application of advanced computing technologies.
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The Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) is part of the University of Texas at Austin. TACC designs and operates some of the world's most powerful computing resources. The center's mission is to enable discoveries that advance science and society through the application of advanced computing technologies.

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Episodes

Reaching for the Stormy Cloud with Chameleon

5/4/2017
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Some scientists dream about big data. Computer scientists developed a way for parallel and Hadoop file systems to talk to each other, tailored for NASA with help from the NSF-funded Chameleon cloud testbed.

Duration: 00:12:32


UT Chancellor William McRaven on TACC supercomputers - "We need to be the best in the world"

6/14/2016
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UT System Chancellor William McRaven spoke of his path to lead the UT System of 14 Institutions, the importance of supercomputers to Texans and to the nation, the new Dell Medical School, and more.

Duration: 00:06:44


Zika Hackathon Fights Disease with Big Data

5/24/2016
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More than 50 volunteer programmers gathered in Austin on May 15 to use Big Data to fight the spread of Zika.

Duration: 00:16:04


Sudden Collapse: Supercomputing Spotlight on Gels

5/3/2016
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Cornell researcher Roseanna Zia simulates gel behavior with XSEDE, Stampede supercomputer.

Duration: 00:23:01


Docker for Science

4/28/2016
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Joe Stubbs of the Texas Advanced Computing Center describes potential benefits to scientists of open container platform Docker in supporting reproducibility, NSF-funded Agave API.

Duration: 00:28:30


SC15: Wrangler Supercomputer Takes On Big Data

12/4/2015
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NSF-funded Wrangler supercomputer tailored for big data, augments Stampede and other XSEDE resources.

Duration: 00:31:23


SC15: ACM Gordon Bell Prize Winners Supercompute Deep Earth

11/24/2015
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Stampede supercomputer at TACC and IBM Sequoia at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory help win 'Oscar' of high performance computing at SC15.

Duration: 00:50:06


SC15: Revealing the Hidden Universe with Supercomputing Simulations of Black Hole Mergers

11/24/2015
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One hundred years since Einstein's equations, scientists have probed the mysteries of black holes using the supercomputing resources of XSEDE including Blue Waters, Gordon, Comet and Stampede.

Duration: 00:30:35


SC15: Societal Impact of Earthquake Simulations at Extreme Scale

11/24/2015
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Supercomputing resources of XSEDE including Stampede are making a big difference in helping anticipate and plan for earthquakes.

Duration: 00:23:20


SC15: Science Advocate and Emmy Award Winning Actor Alan Alda to Open SC15

11/24/2015
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Alan Alda, founder of the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, gives the keynote presentation at the SC15 supercomputing conference about the urgency for clear and accurate communication in high performance computing.

Duration: 00:24:01


SC15: Understanding User-Level Activity on Today's Supercomputers with XALT

11/12/2015
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Robert McLay of TACC co-leads a session at the SC15 supercomputing conference about XALT, a software tool that drills down on supercomputer analytics to the level of individual batch submissions, users, and binaries.

Duration: 00:19:29


Supercomputing Coral's Race to Beat Heat

10/7/2015
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UT Austin's Lonestar supercomputer helps biologists save reef-building corals

Duration: 00:17:46


Supercomputers Listen to the Heart

8/24/2015
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TACC supercomputers model native and replacement heart valve function to evolve human replacements

Duration: 00:09:38


Supercomputers Surprisingly Link DNA Crosses to Cancer

6/16/2015
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UT Austin researchers find hotspots of genetic instability in cancer using Stampede and Lonestar

Duration: 00:09:51


Earthquakes Reveal Deep Secrets Beneath East Asia

5/18/2015
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XSEDE Campus Champions, Stampede and Lonestar4 supercomputers of TACC help create 3D images deep underground.

Duration: 00:09:32


Computer-Designed Rocker Protein World's First to Biomimic Ion Transport

4/7/2015
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XSEDE resource Stampede supercomputer of TACC simulated molecular dynamics in design of engineered protein.

Duration: 00:07:37


SXSW 2015: A Next Generation Platform For Open Data

3/13/2015
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Matthew Hanlon and Matthew Vaughn of TACC present a SXSW 2015 core conversation that shares their experiences building the Arabidopsis Information Portal and explains how others interested in open data portals can benefit.

Duration: 00:06:26


SXSW 2015: ScaaS & Other Lies: Hacking Big Data on the Web

3/13/2015
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John Fonner and Rion Dooley of TACC present a SXSW 2015 workshop that explores new ways big data and computational science are done and that gives hands-on experience to approaching science as a service.

Duration: 00:10:09


SXSW 2015: Science + Tech Meet Up: Scientists and Geeks Unite

3/13/2015
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Maytal Dahan of TACC presents a SXSW 2015 meetup that brings together scientists, developers, and researchers to share skills and expertise on the newest web technologies and science projects.

Duration: 00:04:49


Supercomputers Help Solve Puzzle-Like Bond for Biofuels

3/12/2015
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One of life's strongest bonds was discovered by biofuels researchers using XSEDE resources Stampede and Blue Waters supercomputers. This podcast features an interview with computational biologist Klaus Schulten, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Duration: 00:09:39

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