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#HPCmatters

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High-performance computing (HPC) is fundamental to science and society, allowing scientists and researchers to push the boundaries of human knowledge and tackle the biggest challenges we face today. HPC matters because these challenges affect each and every one of us from where we live, to how we lead healthier lives, to how we protect people in the face of violent weather, changing climate, and unpredictable seismic activity. HPC matters because people matter. At the Texas Advanced Computing Center at The University of Texas at Austin, we build and deploy powerful HPC systems in support of open science, powering discoveries that change the world. FEATURED VISUALIZATIONS FROM TACC: Sustainable Places Visualization: Greg Abram and Carson Brownlee, TACC; Greg Kiloh, City of Austin Simulating Patient-specific Nanoparticulate Drug Delivery for the Treatement of Vulnerable Plaques Researchers: Shaolie Hossain and Thomas J.R. Hughes, The University of Texas at Austin Visualization/Video: Ben Urick and Jo Wozniak, TACC; Erik Zumalt, The University of Texas at Austin Hurricane Modeling Frank Marks, NOAA (PI), Fuqing Zheng, Univ. of Penn.; Yonghui Weng, Texas A&M; Karl Schulz and John Cazes, TACC Visualization: Romy Schneider and Greg P. Johnson, TACC Global Seismic Wave Propagation Simulation Contributors from ICES: Carsten Burstedde, Omar Ghattas, James R. Martin, Georg Stadler, Lucas C. Wilcox, The University of Texas at Austin Visualization: Greg Abram, TACC Music by Kevin MacLeod