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A new XSEDE award for supercomputing resources

posted Mar 15, 2017, 8:24 AM by Vincent Voelz
Good news: our renewal request for the XSEDE supercomputing allocation was renewed March 2017!  The allocation, comprising over 6.2 million processor-hours on TACC Stampede, PSC Bridges and SDSC Comet supports our continuing work on "Molecular simulation and kinetic network modeling of protein folding mechanisms", funded through the NSF (MCB140270), and new work on simulating protein binding pathways and kinetics.   The estimated value of the allocation is over $222K, and represents a significant investment by the NSF in advances computing infrastructure for the U.S.