The Magazine of the Texas Advanced Computing Center
at The University of Texas at Austin

 

The Magazine of the Texas Advanced Computing Center
at The University of Texas at Austin

The Magazine of the Texas Advanced Computing Center
at The University of Texas at Austin

A High Performance History

TACC celebrates 20th anniversary, looks back on its growth

AI Engineers the World

Researchers use TACC supercomputers to train AI for civil engineering, manufacturing, and biomedical modeling

Arecibo’s Data Rescue

Priceless astronomy data saved to Ranch system following collapse of Arecibo Telescope

Dashboards for Disasters

Establishing a roadmap to make Texas safer, more secure for the future

Plastic Trash to Treasure

Supercomputer simulations help scientists understand enzymes that turn waste into valuable plastic components

Tracking Cosmic Ghosts

Frontera serves as community resource for IceCube Observatory neutrino detection

Letter from the Director

TACC Executive Director Dan Stanzione reflects on the factors that have made TACC a success

Equity in Computing

Thoughts from Carol Fletcher, Director of Expanding Pathways in Computing

Getting To Know Us

TACC team member highlights

Expanding the Visual

TACC improves the state-of-the-art in scientific visualization

Good Flow, Clean Water

Maximizing flow for clean drinking water

20 Years of Powering Discovery

Two decades of science achievements enabled by TACC supercomputers


Celebrating TACC's 20th Anniversary at the J.J. Pickle Research Campus on September 30, 2021. Left to right: Dan Jaffe, Sharon Wood, Jay Hartzell, UT Austin; Michael Dell, Dell Technologies; Dan Stanzione, TACC

For 20 years, TACC has designed and deployed massive supercomputers that have powered world-changing discoveries from gravitational wave detections to personalized cancer treatments.

But the last two decades were just the pre-game. With key partners like UT System, UT Austin, the National Science Foundation, and Dell Technologies, we plan to make an even bigger impact over the next two decades than we did in the past.

Visit us online or in person to learn how you can help us power discoveries and change the world.

tacc.utexas.edu


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