The biggest problems in science require supercomputers of unprecedented capability. That’s why the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) launched Summit, a system 8 times more powerful than ORNL’s previous top-ranked system Titan. Summit is providing scientists with incredible computing power to solve challenges in energy, artificial intelligence, human health, and other research areas, that were simply out of reach until now. These discoveries will help shape our understanding of the universe, bolster US economic competitiveness, and contribute to a better future.
While in the position of Software Engineer at IBM, I worked on the CSM team to help produce the Summit Super Computer for the Department of Energy (DoE). We worked directly with the client in an agile process to insure a satisfied product delivery on schedule.
Read more about Summit here:
Official Oak Ridge National Laboratory Page
NY Times Article: Move Over, China: U.S. Is Again Home to World’s Speediest Supercomputer
ORNL Launches Summit Supercomputer