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.
Exascale computing power helps researchers understand bubble behavior that can handicap reactor technology designed to capture carbon dioxide emissions.
A UT Austin-led team links supercomputer simulations and material fabrication to advance light-related devices.
At Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, researchers simulate ion transport for ways to predict and improve materials for energy storage.
Oak Ridge researchers harness Argonne’s Theta supercomputer to build energy-efficiency models for all U.S. buildings.
Next-generation wind-generated electricity gets a head start with DOE supercomputers.
DOE points its CAMERA collaboration at growing challenges in energy, nanoscience and computing across its light-source facilities.
An Argonne researcher upgrades supercomputer optimization algorithms to boost reliability and resilience in U.S. power systems.
Aiming to boost aircraft safety, speed and fuel efficiency, engineers turn to Argonne’s Mira supercomputer to study supersonic turbulence.
Researchers turn to DOE supercomputers to study the havoc – and promise – of tiny bubbles.