An international team that wants to build small high-energy physics machines tries out its designs on Oak Ridge’s Frontier exascale computer.
Argonne applies supercomputing heft to boost precision in particle predictions.
To handle troves of high-energy physics data, Fermilab researchers and others are turning to high-performance computing labs, academic grids and the commercial cloud.
Studying interactions among the neutrons and protons that comprise nuclei will require exascale computers.
Mysteries of phenomena both minuscule and magnificent await supercomputing muscle.
An advanced-laser team enlists supercomputing to shed light on optimal designs.
The next big physics facility will collide bunches of electrons and oppositely charged positrons. Computation is helping to skirt design pitfalls.
A collaboration helps optimize particle accelerators.