supercomputing

Mapping The Brain’s Mysteries

Scientists across Asia are harnessing the power of synchrotrons and supercomputers to get a comprehensive understanding of the brain.

Getting A Headstart On HPC

As high performance computing grows in relevance in various industries, Singapore Polytechnic is prepping its students for the future from the comfort of their classrooms.

Japan’s Fugaku Crowned The World’s Fastest Supercomputer

For the first time in history, the same machine has topped all three of rankings of the most powerful supercomputers in the world.

A Peak Into The Origin Of Supermassive Black Holes

The supercomputer ATERUI II has helped scientists develop a new theory about the origin of supermassive black holes.

Singapore’s Supercomputers To Support COVID-19 Research

Scientists based in Singapore can now tap into the country’s supercomputing resources for COVID-19-related projects under a special call for projects launched this week.

CitySim

Simulations and edge computing could help to tame some of the complexities of cities and make them more livable places for all, says Charles Catlett, director of the Urban Center for Computation and Data at the University of Chicago.

The Cost Of Cooling

Today’s supercomputers are more powerful—and hotter—than ever. Continued progress towards exascale computing requires innovative cooling techniques.

Filling In The Gaps Of Asia’s Genetic Map

The early findings by the GenomeAsia 100K consortium shed light on the ancestral origins of Asia's populations and provide insight into adverse drug responses among Asians.

The Race To Exascale

Professor Lu Yutong shares how China’s past experiences have shaped the country’s supercomputing efforts, and calls for more collaboration among Asian countries.