An Oak Ridge-led team identifies a promising so-called entanglement witnesses to identify pairs of entangled magnetic particles.
A Berkeley Lab team applies new approach with three other techniques to obtain reliable results on an IBM Q quantum system.
Researchers using the Summit supercomputer find some answers to a basic biological question.
Lithium vanadium oxide, with its disordered rock salt atomic structure, may reduce some of the inherent problems that slow down the charging of lithium-ion-battery-powered devices.
Physicists draw from Oak Ridge’s Summit supercomputer to train personal computers to calculate atomic nuclei properties in about an hour.
Princeton researchers apply deep learning to a new code, Fusion Recurrent Neural Network (FRNN), to forecast events that disrupt fusion reactions.
A PNNL team reconstructs a global monthly water withdrawal data for a four-decade period.
Supercomputer simulations and theoretical analysis shed new light on when and how fast reconnection occurs.
Supercomputer simulations predict how E. coli adapts to environmental stresses.
Chicago and Argonne researchers simulate quantum bits for easier engineering of quantum computers.