NEWS and EVENTS

 

July 11 2017: CIEES team participated in Fuse Hub solution forum in Saratoga Springs...

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July 6 2017: CIEES hosts a delegation from Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP), Clarkson University...

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June 8 2017, CIEES presents at Stony Brook University Incubator Showcase, ...

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May 25 2017: CIEES delegation presented at HIA-LI 29th Annual Business Trade Show & Conference ... more

 

CIEES to hold a  first Workshop on Energy Storage and Electrical Systems on  October 5 2017... more

 

March 22-23, 2017: CIEES delegation participates in the 1st CAT Collaboration Symposium, Syracuse, NY, ...

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January 24 2017: CIEES delegation participated in CAT advocacy day in NY State Capitol, Albany, NY, ...

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October 25, 2016: CIEES delegation participates in NYSTAR director meeting in Rochester, NY, ...more

 

September 15, 2015: NYSTAR awards university $10 million to create new Center for Advanced Technology in Integrated Electrical Systems, ...more

 

High-performance computation facilities for modeling grid-tied energy storage and distributed generation :

 

 New York Center for Computational Sciences (NYCCS)

The New York Center for Computational Sciences (NYCCS) assists industry in the Long Island region, New York City and New York State in the utilization of high performance computing to gain a competitive edge in product development and data management that translates into job creation, cost savings and job retention.

 

NYCCS is a joint venture between Stony Brook University's Institute for Advanced Computational Science and Brookhaven National Laboratory's Computational Science Center. These centers have a core group of scientists and faculty who work to apply and develop high performance computing for science. They have a mission to support and expand the community of users of high performance computing for science discovery and technology development.

 

High Performance Computing Resources

 

The Center's Blue Gene/P has one rack and can run threaded code. The Center also hosts two Blue Gene/Q research supercomputers: a one-rack IBM Blue Gene/Q for general purpose research that boasts 16 cores per compute node, links together 16384 processors, runs threaded code, has total peak performance of 200 teraflop, and placed fifth on the June 2012 Graph 500 benchmark list; and a two-rack IBM Blue Gene/Q for use by the BNL Riken Research Center.

 

 

 

GRID MODELING

Center for Integrated Electric Energy Systems (CIEES)

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook, NY 11794-6217

www.sbuciees.org