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We describe the evolution and current status of the Computational Science program at Clemson. Faculty interest generated by the acquisition of a distributed memory machine in 1986 led to the formation of a computational science working group. Various activities of the group members contributed to the formulation of certain fundamental principles of our view(More)
The Blue Waters Student Internship Program (BWSIP), a year-long program funded for three years by the National Science Foundation, motivates and trains the next generation of supercomputing researchers. A community engagement partnership of the Blue Waters Petascale Computing Facility at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) and Shodor,(More)
lthough some may have envisioned it, most people in the field did not fully foresee the impact computers would have on chemistry. Before the late 1950s and early 1960s, the time when digital computers became available to scientists, the theoretical underpinnings of chemistry were based on analytically solvable models. By their simplistic necessities, the(More)
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