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What Makes a Good Simulation App?
Simulation app makers weigh ease of use vs. functionality for specific uses cases.
SIMCenter Offers Online Certification Program
Program focuses on finite element principles.
NSF Funds Second Round for OSC’s Open OnDemand
HPC-access portal software project helps to eliminate barriers to supercomputer use, according to company.
OSC Installing new Pitzer Cluster Built by Dell EMC
The Pitzer Cluster was expected to be at full production status and available to clients in November 2018.
What Makes a Good Simulation App?
Simulation app makers weigh ease of use vs. functionality for specific uses cases.
Simulation-as-a-Service On-Ramp
Read more on how network infrastructure affects small- and mid-size business access to cloud-based simulation and what is known as simulation-as-a-service.
Note to U.S.: Uphold High-Performance Computing Leadership
A recent report released by the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation (ITIF) raised concerns about an eroding U.S. HPC position as it intensifies and countries like China, Japan and Russia amplify their own HPC development efforts.
Simulation for the Masses is AweSim
The Ohio Supercomputer Center (OSC) is forging ahead with a public-private partnership designed to bring affordable simulation services to small- and mid-sized companies.


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