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ESnet, Globus Online and IU Demonstrate more Reliable Data Transfers

January 24, 2013

A collaboration between the Department of Energy’s ESnet (Energy Sciences Network) and Globus Online, together with Indiana University (IU), is already producing proof-of-concept demonstrations of moving large scientific datasets. Read More »

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ESnet’s New Map Gives Up-to-the-Minute Network Data

January 16, 2013

A new interactive map developed by the Department of Energy’s ESnet (Energy Sciences Network) provides a detailed, up-to-the-minute look at the level of traffic traversing the various sections of the network as it connects 40 research sites around the country. Read More »

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Computer Scientists Developing Tools to Reduce Greenhouse Gases at their Sources

January 12, 2013

Computational researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory are playing key roles in the development of the computational tools for a U.S. Department of Energy project, called the Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative (CCSI). Read More »

Boverhof’s App Earns Honorable Mention in Amazon’s Web Services Competition

January 12, 2013

The Turbine Gateway, an application developed by the Computational Research Division’s Joshua Boverhof for DOE’s Carbon Capture Simulation Initiative, recently earned honorable mention in a competition sponsored by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Read More »

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Susan Lucas Named ESnet's Deputy Director for Operations

January 7, 2013

Susan Lucas has been named as the new Scientific Networking Division (SND) Deputy Director for Operations. Read More »

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ESnet Staff to Share Views, Expertise at International Networking Conference

January 4, 2013

Twice a year, networking staff from ESnet and Internet2 host an international meeting known as the Joint Techs Meeting, but about once every five years, they combine the meeting with the Asia Pacific Advanced Network's (APAN) meeting. The combined meeting, called TIP2013, will be held Jan. 13-18 in Honolulu and is hosted by the University of Hawaii.By bringing these meetings together into one location approximately every five years, TIP2013 encourages greater global dialogue, facilitates… Read More »

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Can We Accurately Model Fluid Flow in Shale?

January 3, 2013

Over 20 trillion cubic meters of natural gas, a third of the United States’ total reserves, are thought to be trapped in shale, but producers still rely on models developed years ago. Read More »