MD Anderson Cancer Center, Oden Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences, and TACC launch a program to understand and defeat cancer using computational science.
NSF and Dell Giving partner up to expand Frontera to support rapid response to emergencies like pandemics and large-scale disasters.
TACC begins supporting non-classified researchers from the Department of Defense to prototype a software system that lets DoD researchers run simulations offsite at TACC.
TACC provides data and computing for researchers investigating chronic pain and the subsequent dependence on opioids.
TACC deploys one of the four regional subsystems of Jetstream2, a new cloud computing platform for U.S. researchers and students, funded by NSF and led by Indiana University.
Chameleon, a cloud computing testbed for computer scientists co-located at TACC and the University of Chicago, receives funding to operate for four more years with support from NSF.
UT Austin, TACC, and collaborators across the world explore the brain and its neural connections at the highest level of detail to date with support from the BRAIN Initiative.
NSF renews the web-based platform for data sharing, natural hazards simulations, and disaster responses coordination for another five years.
The Oden Institute and TACC secure a major research grant from the Department of Energy to develop predictive computational simulators for an inductively coupled plasma torch.