DOE researchers’ simulations on Oak Ridge’s Frontier exascale computer may bring carbon-neutral aviation closer to reality.
A Brown University DOE Early Career Award recipient applies physical constraints to improve finite element methods, a computational modeling workhorse.
An NREL researcher makes new tools for extreme-weather predictions.
DOE CSGF fellows and alumni infuse their research and mentoring with efforts to build an inclusive workforce.
Oak Ridge’s algorithms for exascale computers, a Gordon Bell Prize finalist at SC23, anticipates the arrival of next-generation nuclear power for climate-change mitigation.
UIC-led team uses powerful computers to unfurl genomic secrets.
JLab adapts internet TV approach to filter, calibrate and analyze accelerator data in real time.
National Center for Atmospheric Research scientists’ simulations reveal that wildfires influence La Niñas and pack other climate punches.
Oak Ridge-led team enlists computing to see the ultra-tiny.
An Oak Ridge-led group combines algorithms and supercomputers to reveal information that scientists missed.