SKA-Summit-workflow

​The large workflow of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Phase 1 scale was successfully executed on the world’s fastest supercomputer Summit, making use of 99% Summit compute resource at its peak execution.
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The large workflow of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Phase 1 scale was successfully executed on the world’s fastest supercomputer Summit, as demonstrated in this movie. At its peak execution, 4561 compute nodes (Note: Summit has a total of 4608 nodes) are used, marking a milestone of astronomical data challenge. Contact: Andreas Wicenec (ICRAR), Ruonan Wang (ORNL) and Tao An (SHAO).

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