The deadline for online submission of fellowship applications – Wednesday, January 18, 2017 – has passed. References and supplemental information will continue to be accepted.
A University of Michigan team uses high-performance computing at Oak Ridge National Laboratory to predict how crystals form.
A Princeton-led team uses earthquakes and Oak Ridge’s Titan supercomputer to map the heat engine called Earth.
With a boost from the Titan supercomputer, a Berkeley Lab group works the angles on X-rays to analyze thin films of interest for the next generation of nanodevices.
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.
Tim Germann is principal investigator on a project designed to build and program the next generation of supercomputers for particle simulations.