With faster supercomputers and improved algorithms, scientists are studying a broad range of materials to find useful properties.
Supercomputing offers path for designing electricity-producing layered materials.
Supercomputers let an Oak Ridge National Laboratory-led group explore how atoms align in magnetic materials.
Sandia researcher taps high-performance computers to design metamaterials that mold electromagnetics.
Mira grinds out models that show how rock and other materials break.
Supercomputer models help design self-healing materials to repair fissures in turbines.
Models help understand how superconducting materials give electrons the slip.
Energy-materials research provides a test for the big-data flood.
Supercomputers are speeding new-materials designs that sponge up carbon dioxide and helping assemble systems for large-scale carbon capture.
MIT’s Materials Genome Project enlists databases and density functional theory to discover safe, clean materials for a new energy era.