Researchers using U supercomputers study how a rare atmospheric phenomenon affects the weather.
Center for High Performance Computing
University of Utah engineers conduct air flow study to help Utah Symphony musicians stay safe from COVID-19.
The results are measurements of more than 2 million galaxies and quasars covering 11 billion years of cosmic time.
“I’ve enjoyed bicycling since I was a kid, back in the Czech Republic. It provided the freedom to move around without depending on either public transit or my parents. When I moved to Salt Lake in 1998 for my postdoc it felt natural to continue riding. I save on a parking pass and car costs and it forces me to get up on my bike every morning and ride to work.”
U scientists play key role in next-generation astronomical survey to map the entire sky.
The U’s Center for High Performance Computing makes it easy for researchers to use tools so they can focus on their science.
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