1. Cheyenne Supercomputer at NWSC in Wyoming

    NCAR climate model dataset available on the cloud

    A massive dataset that is widely used by the climate and atmospheric research community to study phenomena such as extreme rainfall, ice loss, and extended droughts in North America, is now freely available on the commercial cloud. 

    • Climate,
    • Data,
    • Supercomputing

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  2. Clouds as seen from space.

    Can artificial intelligence make Earth system modeling more efficient?

    Scientist at NCAR are experimenting with machine learning to reduce the computational load.

    • Supercomputing

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  3. A visualization of MPAS run at a high resolution

    Teaching old codes new tricks

    NCAR has partnered with The Weather Company to experiment with a new technology that could make global, storm-scale forecasting a practical reality: graphical processing units, or GPUs.

    • Supercomputing,
    • Weather

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  4. Raghu Raj Prassana Kumar of NCAR conducting Raspberry Pi training

    Promoting diversity in high-performance computing

    Since 2014, NCAR has been using Raspberry Pi to teach "hot" computing skills to university students who are underrepresented in the sciences.

    • Education + Outreach,
    • Supercomputing

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  5. Cheyenne supercomputer: simulation of air flow through wind turbine

    NWSC benefits Wyoming with jobs and education

    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.

    • Supercomputing

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