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LLNL Blue Gene case study

As a national security laboratory, LLNL is responsible for ensuring that the nation’s nuclear weapons remain safe, secure, and reliable by applying the latest advances in science and engineering. With its special capabilities, the laboratory also meets other pressing national and international security needs, such as countering the threat of nuclear proliferation and terrorism, strengthening homeland security, and enhancing military effectiveness.

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RWTH Aachen, Cardiovascular Laboratory case study

Researchers at RWTH in Aachen, Germany are use PV-WAVE to analyze cardiovascular data collected in experiments. The primary goal of conducting these tests is to understand the performance of human cardiovascular systems under the extreme conditions that occur in air and space travel. With PV-WAVE they have the ability to interact with data and the user can experiment on the basis of a real event by adding or changing parameters.

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NOAA - SEL case study

Scientists working for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) use PV-WAVE to analyze and visualize solar wind outflow data. The purpose of their research is to study solar and geophysical disturbances to the sun to determine the processes by which they affect the near-Earth space environment.

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