Exascale computing, combined with redesigned computational chemistry software, could help researchers develop new renewable energy materials and greener chemical processes.
Modeling solar and planetary magnetic fields is a big job that requires a big code.
The ProFellow database identified the program as one of 25 fellowships for U.S. student engineers.
A Los Alamos National Laboratory tool lends user flexibility to ease use of stockpile-stewardship physics simulations.
Jack Deslippe helped a climate data program exceed a billion billion operations per second to earn the award at this year's Supercomputing conference.
Tal Danino and a colleague will use the $500,000 grant to develop bacteria-based cancer therapies.