ORNL workflows and infrastructure enable scientists to efficiently access, organize, retrieve, share, and analyze big data to gain new and critical insights.

Gina Tourassi, National Center for Computational Sciences Director

Data Resources

From Generation to Application

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Home to nine user facilities, Oak Ridge National Laboratory is the Department of Energy’s largest open science research laboratory and a world leader in scientific data generation.

Hardware

Simulations and experiments that take place on the laboratory’s state-of-the-art resources, including the nation's most powerful supercomputer, generate massive datasets that help drive scientific progress and inform national security measures.

Services

Using specialized software tools, ORNL staff transport data from individual computers to an interconnected network, enabling the distribution of the data to different facilities and making it publicly accessible.

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