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Supercomputers and Tiny Titan

27 Jun 2016

Join us on Sunday, July 3, 2016 at the Thingstitute as we learn about programming the fastest computers in the world from experts at the Department of Energy! This event is appropriate for all ages from elementary to high school. Please RSVP so that we know how many people to expect.

Supercomputers are used to solve our biggest science and engineering problems. Titan (Oak Ridge National Laboratory, TN) is America’s fastest supercomputer and can solve one-thousand trillion math problems in a single second. Tiny Titan is not a supercomputer but a toy supercomputer that acts like a real supercomputer. Tiny Titan shows us how supercomputers like Titan work. Come play on Tiny Titan and learn how many small computers can work together to solve the world’s biggest science and engineering problems!

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