A UT Austin-led team links supercomputer simulations and material fabrication to advance light-related devices.
With the power of Oak Ridge’s Summit supercomputer, researchers will probe the 3D printing’s details to improve and predict metal parts’ properties.
At Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, researchers simulate ion transport for ways to predict and improve materials for energy storage.
Simulations on Oak Ridge’s Summit supercomputer take aim at new energy-transmission devices and quantum computers.
Carnegie Mellon-led team generates atomic-scale simulations at Argonne in search of the best new solar cell materials.
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.