Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists and collaborators set a new record in supercomputing in fluid dynamics by resolving unique phenomena associated with clouds of collapsing bubbles. The team won the Gordon Bell Prize at Supercomputing 2013 (SC13) in Denver, CO for the record-setting high performance computing calculation on Sequoia. (Right Image courtesy of Petros Koumoutsakos zVg/CSE Laboratory, ETH Zurich)
A large-scale electronic structure simulation of the heavy metal molybdenum conducted on the world’s fastest supercomputer, BlueGene/L, earned a team led by a former and current Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists the 2006 Gordon Bell Prize for “peak performance.”
The technology known as Sapphire captured one of seven R&D 100 Awards received by Lawrence Livermore from the trade journal R&D Magazine for being among the top 100 industrial innovations worldwide for 2006.
The video “Red Storm Visualization Tour,” showcasing the Red Storm Supercomputer at Sandia National Laboratories, has received a Finalist Award in the prestigious 2007 New York Festivals International Film and Video Competition in the Mathematics and Computer Science Category.
Visions of Clarity (streaming video) was a bronze award-winning video at the 2004 International Film and Video New York festivals.