From new energy materials to drug discovery and subatomic physics, artificial intelligence programs are creating scientific knowledge and applications across Department of Energy national labs.
Simulations on Oak Ridge’s Summit supercomputer take aim at new energy-transmission devices and quantum computers.
Astrophysicists use DOE supercomputers to reveal supernovae secrets.
An Oak Ridge early-career award recipient plots the infrastructure for a quantum-information highway.
With help from DOE supercomputers, a USC-led team expands models of the fault system beneath its feet, aiming to predict its outbursts.
Algorithms and supercomputers help tease out how soil microbes affect global climate.
Stanford-led team turns to Argonne’s Mira to fine-tune a computational route around aircraft wind-tunnel testing.
Supercomputer simulations provide a snapshot of how plasma reacts with – and can damage – components in large fusion reactors.
With an assist from the Mira supercomputer, researchers are tuning an imaging technique to detect possible cancers in their early stages.
Carnegie Mellon-led team generates atomic-scale simulations at Argonne in search of the best new solar cell materials.