Computing coolant behavior in nuclear-reactor regions beyond experimental reach.
University of Illinois physicists apply supercomputing to explore unconventional, high-temperature superconductivity.
A University of Utah team is turning to high-performance computing to design a clean oxy-coal boiler.
Researchers are out to optimize our uncertain energy future.
High-performance computing is boosting a promising new battery technology that may make electric cars a practical alternative to gas.
Exaflops-capable computers could be just the fuel the nuclear power industry needs.
It’ll take the power of a new generation of computers to address a range of issues in basic energy sciences.
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.
Computation tweaks coal conversion to boost efficiency.