Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center (LLSC)

Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center

The Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center (LLSC) staff are advancing the capabilities of our supercomputing system by developing new technologies to improve the system's performance. The center provides interactive, on-demand parallel computing that allows researchers from across the Laboratory to augment the processing power of their desktop systems in order to process large sets of sensor data, create high-fidelity simulations, and develop new algorithms. We are also collaborating with researchers from MIT on several supercomputing initiatives.

Featured Projects

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Mitigation of drivers
We seek to innovate and accelerate solutions to address AI's carbon footprint and reduce data center energy usage.  

Advancing Our Research

Featured Publications

A deep learning-based velocity dealiasing algorithm derived from the WSR-88D open radar product generator

Jul 1
Artificial Intelligence for the Earth Systems, Vol. 2, Issue 3, July 2023. triangle counting performance [e-print]

Sep 22
2020 IEEE High Performance Computing Conf., HPEC, 22-24 September 2020.

Our Staff

View the biographies of members of the Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center Group.
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LLSC 5th Anniversary Book

The Lincoln Laboratory Supercomputing Center celebrated a significant anniversary in 2021, marking five years of the center's mission to enhance the computing power available to the Laboratory, MIT, and other researchers. This book compiles articles that highlight the LLSC's impact over these years and the potential of supercomputing to advance science and engineering.