Lab aims to go from after-the-fact scientific data analysis to real-time interpretation.
Northwestern University researcher Jorge Nocedal’s algorithms improve global weather predictions and help boost energy efficiency in skyscrapers. His work earned him the 2012 George B. Dantzig Prize.
Combinatorial scientific computing, or CSC, has helped reveal new ways of understanding deep, hidden structure in our world, in areas from genomics to engineering.
Warren Washington has wedded computers and climate science for more than 50 years, culminating in the National Medal of Science.
Through difficulty, Berkeley Lab’s Cecilia Aragon soars to the stars.
In the past few decades, computation has become so critical that combustion experimentation through simulation has become the only game in town.
An eight-year effort to improve database indexing is paying off for a group of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory researchers with FastBit.
For almost 30 years, LBNL mathematician James Sethian has been building code for better semiconductors, improved medical images and other practical applications.
The 1973 oil embargo changed how Americans think about energy and altered science’s path. Alvin Trivelpiece had a lot to do with that change.