By Arica Chhay, Jeff D'Ambrogia, Richard Gregory Enterprise ChallengesCollaboration ServicesScientific Computing ServicesTelecommunications ServicesWhat’s Coming Next Berkeley Lab is one of three national laboratories governed by both the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the Regents of … [Read more...] about Savings on IT Services
HPC Workshops on Jan. 31 and Feb. 7
The IT Division Scientific Computing Group (ScienceIT) will be hosting high-performance computing (HPC) virtual training sessions on January 31 and February 7. This is a great opportunity for new and prospective users to become acquainted with the Lawrencium supercluster and related … [Read more...] about HPC Workshops on Jan. 31 and Feb. 7
ScienceIT Brochure 2022
THE SCIENCEIT PROGRAM WAS ESTABLISHED TO HELP SCIENTISTS FIND SOLUTIONS TO COMPUTING BARRIERS SO THEY CAN MOVE FORWARD IN THEIR RESEARCH. Berkeley Lab takes a science-centric approach to managing its Information Technology resources, recognizing that IT is intertwined with our scientific and … [Read more...] about ScienceIT Brochure 2022
Workshop: Introduction to Open OnDemand on Lawrencium
Open OnDemand (OOD) is browser-based High Performance Computing (HPC) portal supported by NSF. OOD is the easiest way to access HPC resources in addition to the command line approach. The Scientific High Performance Computing group offers the Open OnDemand service for accessing Lawrencium and other … [Read more...] about Workshop: Introduction to Open OnDemand on Lawrencium
High-Performance Computing – on the Lawrencium Cluster at LBNL
Authors: Wei Feinstein, Shawfeng Dong, Gary Jung For almost 20 years, the IT Division’s Scientific Computing Group at Berkeley Lab, also known as HPCS (High-Performance Computing Services), has stood out as a national leader and pioneer in high-performance computing — essentially defining the … [Read more...] about High-Performance Computing – on the Lawrencium Cluster at LBNL
Cloud Computing Webinar, April 27, 11am-Noon
Join a Science IT webinar on Wednesday April 27th, 11:00am to 12:00pm to learn about the Lab’s Cloud Computing program and how cloud computing can benefit scientific research workflows. Jeff D'Ambrogia, Scientific IT Consultant, will share how to access the cloud program, what services are … [Read more...] about Cloud Computing Webinar, April 27, 11am-Noon
Autofocus for X-ray Crystallography: How AutoML Targets Samples at the ALS
Authors: Fengchen Liu, Jordan Jung, Shawfeng Dong, Tin Ho Published on February 10, 2022. Automated Machine Learning (AutoML) frameworks aim to automate tasks so non-experts can take advantage of machine learning on a large scale. There are a vast amount of these frameworks on the … [Read more...] about Autofocus for X-ray Crystallography: How AutoML Targets Samples at the ALS
Data Migration Project
The IT Division Data Migration Project celebrates an important milestone phase led by Collaboration Services. The Collaboration group is responsible for the administration and support of productivity applications and tools that help staff connect with colleagues and Berkeley Lab services, including … [Read more...] about Data Migration Project
Cloud Computing for Science at LBL
(Cloudy with a Chance of Science) Authors: Jeff D’Ambrogia, Fengchen Liu, Tin Ho, Shawfeng Dong, Gary Jung Published on January 7, 2022. Credit: Starecat.com In some respects, cloud computing has been around for so long that it seems old hat these days. Gone are the early days at … [Read more...] about Cloud Computing for Science at LBL
Open OnDemand is now available!
We are pleased to announce the release and support of Open OnDemand on the Lawrencium Supercluster. OnDemand provides a web-based approach for easy access to our HPC infrastructure. With OnDemand, you can upload and download files, create, edit, submit, and monitor jobs and connect via SSH, all via … [Read more...] about Open OnDemand is now available!
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