National Energy Technology Laboratory

Setting records in computational fluid dynamics

The U.S. Department of Energy’s National Energy Technology Laboratory focuses on applied research for the clean production and use of domestic energy resources. They partnered with Cerebras to help solve a large, sparse, structured system of linear equations that could be beneficial for weather forecasting, finding the best shape for an airplane’s wing, predicting temperatures and radiation levels in a nuclear power plant and more. Together we achieved performance with a CS-1 that was beyond what CPUs or GPUs could achieve and 200 times faster than the Joule supercomputer.


"This work at the intersection of supercomputing and AI will extend our understanding of fundamental scientific phenomena, including combustion and how to make combustion more efficient. Together, NETL and Cerebras are using innovative new computer architectures to further the NETL Mission and benefit the United States."

Dr. Brian J. Anderson

Director @ National Energy Technology Laboratory

National Energy Technology Laboratory and Cerebras

We can solve this problem in an amount of time that no number of GPUs or CPUs can achieve,” startup Cerebras tells supercomputing conference

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