With faster supercomputers and improved algorithms, scientists are studying a broad range of materials to find useful properties.
Supercomputing power and algorithms are helping astrophysicists untangle giant stars’ brightness, temperature and chemical variations.
To revive antibiotics and devise new drug designs, Georgia Tech researchers team up with Oak Ridge’s Titan supercomputer.
Argonne applies supercomputing heft to boost precision in particle predictions.
Supercomputing offers path for designing electricity-producing layered materials.
UC Santa Cruz and Princeton University team simulates galactic winds on the DOE’s Titan supercomputer.
Berkeley researcher calculates molecules’ electronic structures, hoping to hasten development of new materials, designer drugs and other applications.
An Arizona State University scientist mines supercomputer simulations of protein dynamics for biological energy-conversion principles.
Aiming to boost aircraft safety, speed and fuel efficiency, engineers turn to Argonne’s Mira supercomputer to study supersonic turbulence.
An Argonne National Laboratory computer scientist finds efficiencies for extracting knowledge from a data explosion.