Cover of 2004 Issue

Year in Review

Foreword from the Directors

Creating National Cyberinfrastructure:
Red Storm & TeraGrid.

Biomedicine at PSC
National leadership in high-performance computing for biomedical research.

Supercomputing in PA
With support from Pennsylvania, PSC provides education, consulting, advanced network access and computational resources to scientists and engineers.

The Super Computing Science Consortium
Pennsylvania - West Virginia partners in the development of clean-power technologies.

Notes and Highlights
The year in review at PSC.

Science Articles

Article: Protein Motors Incorporated
ATP Hydrolysis in the Catalytic Sites of F1-ATPase
Klaus Schuleten, Markus Dittrich, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign


Article: Pretzels, Noodles & Mini-Proteins
Structure Predictions and Folding Simulations of a Stable Protein
Carlos Simmerling, The State University of New York at Stony Brook


Article: The Story of a Phage
Complete Genomic Sequence of Bacteriophage SP6
Aleisha T. Dobbins, Howard University
Graham Hatfull & Roger Hendrix, University of Pittsburgh


Article: Retwistered Twister
High-Resolution Simulations of Tornados with a Supercell Storm
Kelvin Droegemeier & Ming Xue, University of Oklahoma


Article: Ketchup on the Grid with Joysticks
Detection and Tracking of Defects in Liquid Crystals
Bruce Boghosian, Tufts University
Peter V. Coveney, University College London


EVOLUTION AND STRUCTURE OF THE UNIVERSE

Article: Baby Cosmos Grows Up
The Structure of Dark Matter Halos and the LCDM Model
Paul Bode & Jeremiah Ostriker, Princeton University


VISUALIZATION TECHNOLOGY

Article: Seeing Double at the Movies
An Optimum Approach to Stereo Visualization with Passive Technology
Joel Stiles & Stuart Pomerantz, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center


In Progress

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