Neural networks are powerful Artificial Intelligence (AI) models that capture embedded knowledge in scientific data automatically. Scientists can use the knowledge to solve problems in domains such as physics, materials science, neuroscience, and medical imaging, among others. Finding accurate neural networks for a specific scientific dataset or particular problem comes at a high training cost: […]
Taufer Leads Group at UT Combining High Performance Computing and AI to Advance Data Sciences
Fortune: University of Tennessee—Knoxville launches online master’s degree program in computer science
The launching of the new online MS in computer science was featured in Fortune | Education.
Anzt Named New Director of the Innovative Computing Laboratory
Hartwig Anzt has been named the new director of UT’s Innovative Computing Laboratory, taking over the role from Jack Dongarra.
UT’s Dongarra Receives Prestigious ACM A. M. Turing Award
Longtime UT and ORNL Professor Jack Dongarra was named the AM Turing Award winner for 2021 for his contributions to computing.
A Final Frontier: Newest Supercomputer at ORNL Comes Online
Jack Dongarra discusses Frontier, the Oak Ridge National Laboratory super computer currently being built, and how it will be the world’s fastest computer.
UT Teaming with Intel to Advance HPC and Visualization through oneAPI
Intel is launching a oneAPI center at UT, with one research thrust coming from the Innovative Computing Laboratory and another from EECS.
UT–ORNL Data Center Course Takes Students on a Virtual Ride through ORNL’s Supercomputing Facilities
UT–ORNL data center course takes Tickle College of Engineering students on a virtual ride through ORNL’s supercomputing facilities.
Dongarra Chosen IEEE Computer Society’s Computer Pioneer for 2020
Jack Dongarra, professor of electrical engineering and computer science, was selected as IEEE Computer Society’s Computer Pioneer for 2020.
Dongarra Earns Major National Computing Honor
Jack Dongarra, distinguished professor at UT, was recently award a major computing honor from SIAM and ACM in recognition of his work.
National Science Foundation Showcases UT’s National Institute for Computational Sciences
The NSF’s Science360 website hosts programs from various high-level entities around the country, and has called on content and input from NICS three times in the last few weeks alone.