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Pioneering Supercomputer QCDOC Retires, Regenerates in ‘Next-Generation’ QCDCQ » D3320911-QCDOC-600px

In front of the disassembled parts of the now retired giant supercomputer QCDOC are: (front, from left, holding the motherboard) Norman Christ, Columbia University (CU); Robert Mawhinney, CU; and Taku Izubuchi, RIKEN BNL Research Center (RBRC) and BNL Physics Department High Energy Theory group (HET); with (from left) Heng-Tong Ding, BNL Physics Lattice Gauge Theory group (LGT); Hiroshi Ohno, LGT; Frithjof Karsch, LGT; Taichi Kawanai, RBRC and HET; Nicholas Samios, RBRC; Masakiyo Kitazawa, Osaka University; Michael Creutz, HET/LGT; Swagato Mukherjee, LGT; Christoph Lehner, RBRC; Amarjit Soni, HET; Chulwoo Jung; HET; Tomomi Ishikawa, RHIC and RBRC; Qi Liu, CU; Eigo Shintani, RBRC.

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