News: Alumna Designs Feedback-Based Algorithms to Address Supply Chain ShortagesAlumna Alicia Magann and a Sandia National Laboratory team are designing feedback-based optimization algorithms that would use future quantum computers to resolve complex supply chain shortcomings. full article ❯
News: Alumna Chosen as Oppenheimer Science and Energy Leadership Program FellowLawrence Livermore’s Teresa Bailey is one of 34 across 16 sites selected for this immersive, 12-month national laboratory leadership development opportunity. full article ❯
News: Alumni Receive INCITE Computing AllocationsMatthew Norman, Amanda Randles and Brenda Rubenstein earned supercomputing time for climate, microfluidics and quantum materials research. full article ❯
News: Fellow on COVID-19 Bell Prize-Winning TeamDanilo Perez Jr. helped devise an algorithm that accurately and rapidly identifies potentially dangerous viral variants. full article ❯
News: Alumni Represent Two of Four Multi-Institution Centers Receiveing DOE Funding for Cross-Cutting MathematicsEdgar Solomonik and Jeffrey Hittinger are among academic and DOE laboratory researchers collaborating on problems of interest to DOE that require the integration of multiple mathematical topic areas. full article ❯
News: Alumnus Uses Geometry, Machine Learning and HPC to Understand How Insect Embryos FormAlumnus Jordann Hoffmann (2014-2018) and team at Harvard University utilize geometry, machine, learning and high-performance computing to understand how insect embryos work. full article ❯
University of California, Berkeley
You mean you can camp outside and sample mice … and still do science?
Texas A&M University
If you know how to prevent it, then you also know how to control it.