Home » Uncategorized » UberCloud October 2018 Newsletter about Advania, ANSYS, Azure, CFD, Dassault, Deep Learning, HPE, Intel, LAMMPS, NIMHANS, OpenFOAM, Renumics, SIMULIA, Tech-X, Tensorflow, and UberCloud

UberCloud October 2018 Newsletter about Advania, ANSYS, Azure, CFD, Dassault, Deep Learning, HPE, Intel, LAMMPS, NIMHANS, OpenFOAM, Renumics, SIMULIA, Tech-X, Tensorflow, and UberCloud


ANSYS Appstore

ANSYS Kicks off New Appstore

ANSYS is launching a new ANSYS AppStore enabling an eCommerce buying experience, and making it easy for customers and partners to search, shop, share and sell simulation applications created by ANSYS and its partners. The new web interface provides customers and application developers with a browsing and eCommerce experience.


ADL Students

Ninth Graders Design Flying Boats in ANSYS Discovery Live in the Azure Cloud

This HPCwire Feature demonstrates how 9th-grade 14-year old students in Norway design flying boats in ANSYS Discovery Live on Azure’s GPU instances, 3D-print them, and ‘crowning’ their 3-month tech course with a final competition for the best flying boat. They have been supported by ANSYS channel partner EDRMedeso and HPC Cloud service & technology provider UberCloud.



HPC in Personalized Non-invasive Clinical Treatment of Schizophrenia and Parkinsons

In this HPCwire Feature we demonstrate the high value of HPC simulations in improving the clinical application of non-invasive electro-stimulation of the human brain in schizophrenia and other neuropsychiatric disorders. Adding HPC, clinicians can now precisely target regions of the brain without affecting the healthy brain! The simulations have been performed by NIMHANS National Institute of Mental Health in India, Dassault SIMULIA, Advania Data Centers, and UberCloud, and sponsored by HPE and Intel.


Renumics DL

Deep Learning for Steady-State Fluid Flow Prediction in the Advania Data Centers Cloud

This UberCloud Case Study applies Artificial Neural Networks to solve CFD problems to significantly decrease time-to-solution while preserving the accuracy of traditional CFD solvers. Creating a large number of simulation samples is paramount to let the neural network learn dependencies between design and flow field. For this, Germany-based Renumics used UberCloud’s OpenFOAM container on Advania Data Centers HPCFLOW Cloud, supported by UberCloud AI Consultant Joseph Pareti.


ANSYS Compendium

ANSYS Compendium Now with 25 Case Studies

UberCloud’s ANSYS Compendium of Case Studies on technical computing in the CAE cloud has been updated! For this most recent edition, we added 12 new case studies of select UberCloud Experiments, based on ANSYS software CFX, Fluent, HFSS, LS-Dyna, Mechanical, and Discovery Live, and the whole project is sponsored once again by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel and supported by ANSYS.



Cloud Performance of Peptide Benchmark Using LAMMPS Molecular Dynamics

UberCloud Case Study 199 studies adhesion dynamics for surface-tethered chains entangled in a polymer melt, using molecular dynamics package LAMMPS which is widely used in academia and industry. LAMMPS has potentials for solid-state materials (metals, semiconductors) and soft matter (biomolecules, polymers). It can be used as a parallel particle simulator at the atomic, meso, or continuum scale. The simulations have been performed in UberCloud’s LAMMPS container on AWS.

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