Observations support a supernova shock phenomenon discovered through computer modeling.
Graph theory reveals hidden links that could greatly improve scientists’ predictions of hurricane activity.
Warren Washington has wedded computers and climate science for more than 50 years, culminating in the National Medal of Science.
A collaboration is powering a nuclear energy modeling resurgence.
Fractures fuel the breakup of ice sheets and herald the effects of global waming, but climate models find it tough to track the cracks.
MIT’s Materials Genome Project enlists databases and density functional theory to discover safe, clean materials for a new energy era.
Computational tools help to improve the interconnected grids that power homes and businesses and to avoid major failures like the 2003 Northeast blackout.
An advanced-laser team enlists supercomputing to shed light on optimal designs.
Climate modelers are analyzing the past 150 years of weather to compare today’s storms and climate trends to yesteryear’s.
Scientific visualization harnesses the power of computing and human vision as full partners in scientific reasoning.