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[ 2015.05.08 ]
Press Release
Development of GENESIS (GENeralized-Ensemble SImulation System) for molecular and cellular simulations (Link to Japanese press release)
[ 2015.05.01 ]
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Largest Supercomputer Simulation of the Universe (Link to Japanese press release - Chiba Univ. , NAOJ , JICFuS)
[ 2015.04.28 ]
Events
2015 RIKEN AICS HPC Computational Science Internship Program
[ 2015.03.16 ]
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Powering science - Perspectives by Kimihiko Hirao, Director of AICS (RIKEN Research)
[ 2015.03.03 ]
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The 1000-member ensemble Kalman filtering with the nonhydrostatic numerical weather prediction model on the K computer
[ 2015.02.27 ]
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Tohoku University and Fujitsu succeed in real-time flood analysis using supercomputer-based high-resolution tsunami modeling - Makes tsunami warnings more precise and helps cities become more resilient to damage
[ 2015.02.27 ]
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Stochastic electron acceleration during spontaneous turbulent reconnection in a strong shock wave
[ 2015.02.06 ]
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2015 International Summer School on HPC Challenges in Computational Sciences
[ 2015.01.20 ]
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Demonstrated Possibility of Predicting Typhoon Genesis Two Weeks in Advance - JAMSTEC
[ 2015.01.09 ]
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How the physics of champagne bubbles could lead to better turbines
[ 2014.12.08 ]
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K computer shines in new HPCG benchmark
[ 2014.12.05 ]
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General Notes & Information - The 5th AICS International Symposium on Dec 8-9, 2014 in Kobe, Japan
[ 2014.11.19 ]
Press Release
K computer Recognized in Class 1 and 2 of the HPC Challenge Awards (SC14)
[ 2014.10.20 ]
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AICS at SC14 Supercomputing Conference (November 17-20, 2014) Booth #2431
[ 2014.10.07 ]
Events
Registration started - The 5th AICS International Symposium on Dec 8-9, 2014 in Kobe, Japan