Brenhin Keller and fellow researchers analyzed minerals to study the Great Unconformity.
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.