Oak Ridge National Laboratory is testing a ‘deep-learning supercomputer in a box’ as it looks ahead to machines that automatically find insights in data.
Featuring stories about fellows and alumni working in materials science, quantum physics, human circulatory models and more.
A data-management system called PanDA anticipated cloud computing to analyze the universe’s building blocks.
Duke University’s Amanda Randles was recognized for developing computational models of the human circulatory system.
DOE researchers design algorithms that model a million atoms and probe the detailed chemical behaviors of materials.
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers recognized Ashlee Ford-Versypt for her work in education and research.