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ANSYS, Saudi Aramco and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology have achieved a new supercomputing milestone by scaling ANSYS Fluent to nearly 200,000 processor cores.
Twenty-eight student- and faculty-led startup teams were chosen in January to join the first TAQADAM University Entrepreneur Accelerator program based at KAUST
Supercomputers reach into so many areas of design and scientific inquiry. They simulate earthquakes, predict extreme weather and help us understand climate change.
Twelve Saudi startups were chosen as finalists to pitch in the first 9/10ths Startup Accelerator showcase at the Burj Rafal Hotel Kempinski in Riyadh.
A Global IT Summit was held on the KAUST campus Wednesday, February 8 through Friday, February 10. The event was headlined by three high-profile keynote speakers: Dr. Khaled Biyari, group CEO at the Saudi Telecom Company.
For the last few decades, supercomputing has been fusing computation into science and engineering, becoming a powerful tool for scientists to advance more rapidly in research
KAUST and Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc. held an opening ceremony on May 9 for the Electron Microscopy Center of Excellence at KAUST.