Forecasting the Future of Climate

Climate modelers explore new approaches giving a clearer picture of Earth’s future

Changing the Face of CS Education

Teachers from historically underrepresented groups earn CS certifications

Tackling A Difficult Issue

Big data project helps efforts to reduce child abuse and neglect

New Directions in HPC

Members of TACC’s leadership team share forward-looking ideas from edge computing to quantum visualization

AI and Real Solutions on Frontera

Broad science spectrum cast by AI, machine learning, and more

In Search of Superconductivity

Advances in mathematical and algorithmic methods showcase discoveries with supercomputers

Letter from the Director

TACC Executive Director Dan Stanzione reflects on past year and new developments

Transformative Experiences

ACSC participants from historically underrepresented backgrounds identify, communicate data-driven policy solutions for pressing social challenges

Leveling the Playing Field

TACC’s Melyssa Fratkin shares suggestions for diversity, equity, and inclusion in HPC

A Hub for Astro Data

Gaining insight about the cosmos and space

Maisie’s Galaxy

Supercomputers enable scientists to combine myriad images in memory resulting in fascinating single image

The Physics of Fire

Visualizing wildfires for interactive exploration

Artist rendering of the Leadership-Class Computing Facility (LCCF). Image courtesy: Switch

Building the Future of Advanced Computing in the U.S.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) and TACC have embarked on an ambitious mission to bring the fastest, most powerful, advanced computing capabilities to U.S. researchers.

The Leadership-Class Computing Facility, or LCCF, will launch a new era of computational discovery, including a system that can produce 10x more science than Frontera, and partnerships with leading HPC organizations across the nation.

The LCCF is expected to support thousands of leading computational scientists when it launches in late 2025. The system will be hosted at a Switch commercial data center on the Round Rock campus.

As part of the project, the LCCF will partner with four Distributed Science Centers — the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, San Diego Supercomputer Center, and the Atlanta University Center Data Science Initiative — that will provide unique expertise and expand support for researchers across scientific domains.

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