With Summit supercomputer power, a NASA team parses approaches to putting people on Mars.
A Sandia researcher looks at how COVID-19 has reshaped the computational science community and remote work – in lasting ways.
A Flatiron Institute biologist uses supercomputers and their quantum cousins to streamline the search for promising drugs.
At Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, researchers simulate ion transport for ways to predict and improve materials for energy storage.
A Berkeley Lab-led project will bring exascale supercomputing to bear on microscopic subsurface fissures, helping foresee issues with subterranean carbon storage.
A Pi Day celebration of the pi-dependent algorithm and the computational science pioneer who transformed climate modeling.
A PNNL-industry collaboration aims to connect memory across processors, supercharging artificial intelligence applications on high-performance computers.
Oak Ridge researchers harness Argonne’s Theta supercomputer to build energy-efficiency models for all U.S. buildings.
An international team that wants to build small high-energy physics machines tries out its designs on Oak Ridge’s Frontier exascale computer.
A Berkeley Lab-led Exascale Computing Project team prepares to aim the world’s most powerful computers at the cosmos.