NASA's SC09 research exhibit will feature the latest scientific and engineering results generated using the Agency's world-class high-end computing (HEC) resources for our exciting missions on Earth and in space.
Experts representing five NASA centers will demonstrate HEC-enabled work in exploration of the universe, observing and protecting our home planet, safely carrying out remaining space shuttle missions, and continuing support of America's aeronautics industry.
This year, in keeping with the SC09 focus on the environment and sustainability, we will also demonstrate the use of our supercomputing capabilities for key agency missions addressing "green" issues, including:
If you're at the conference, please visit us at the NASA booth #1947 (PDF-356 KB) to learn more about our recent achievements.
+ High Performance Computing at Goddard Space Flight Center Brochure (PDF-1 MB)
Overview of the NASA Center for Computational Sciences (NCCS) high-end computing environment and services for the Agency's Science Mission Directorate users.
+ NASAKids Quiz (PDF-1.1 MB)
To support the educational component of the NASA mission, we provide this fun and informative handout.
+ High-End Computing at NASA 2007-2008 (PDF-4.4 MB)
This new report features science and engineering highlights from across NASA's mission directorates and updates about the HEC Program's facilities and services.
+ Software Integration and Visualization Office (SIVO Brochure) (PDF-256 KB)
At-a-glance summary of NASA's Software Integration and Visualization Office (SIVO), located at Goddard Space Flight Center.
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NASA HEC users who are interested in participating in the SC09 exhibit: contact Gina Morello at Gina.F.Morello@nasa.gov
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