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International Science Grid This Week's Andrew Purcell interviews Wolfgang Gentzsch
A well-attended Open Petascale Libraries meeting was held in Salt Lake City on 11th November to coincide with the SC12 conference.
"Cosmic Web Stripping" is identified as a new way of explaining the famous missing dwarf problem.
OPL - Impact of partial differential equations on unstructured finite element/volume-based solution.
The University of Tokyo has become the eighteenth member of Open Petascale Libraries.