Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Massively Parallel Supercomputing Tech Simulates 3,000-Atom Nano Device

Advanced supercomputer techniques have been used to simulate the properties of a 3,000-atom nano device, which scientists say will pave the way for faster nano devices in the future.

According to a report on HPC Wire, a 3,000 atom simulation is a threefold increase over previous efforts. The research division at Fujitsu was able to accomplish the feat using a new technique based on massively parallel supercomputing technology developed by the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST) and the Computational Material Science Initiative (CMSI).

(Read my complete article at Go Parallel)

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