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Flagship 9 - June 1990

Flagship 9 - June 1990
 The picture on the front cover is a computer simulation of the Active Magnetospheric Particle Tracer Explorers (AMPTE) man-made comet, courtesy of Ross Bollens of the University of California, Los Angeles. The research was accomplished by utilizing two IBM 3090 supercomputers located in different continents: SERC's Rutherford Appleton Laboratory and NSF's Cornell National Supercomputer Facility, located in the United States, collaborated in providing exceptional supercomputing resources that enabled the researcher to develop a fully three dimensional space plasma computer simulation.
The SERC-IBM study agreement seminar
Harwell Numerical Analysis Group moves to Atlas Centre
New group structure
The Move to UNICOS
High Performance Numerical Computing
UGAMP Video in Copenhagen
Atlas Video Facility Enhanced

Publication Date : June 1990

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH3144. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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