Los Alamos National Laboratory’s newest supercomputer is a step toward the exascale – systems around a hundred times more powerful than today’s best machines.
The 2017-18 issue focuses on DOE NNSA SSGF alumni, now working to advance fusion and explore how stars generate elements.
Rick Kraus is leading National Ignition Facility experiments that could help predict whether massive exoplanets have protective magnetic fields.
Ms. Olsan joined the company in 2000 and was previously director of Program and Client Management.
Los Alamos National Laboratory's Alex Zylstra uses powerful lasers to understand why there's more lithium-6 isotope than big bang theory predicts. His research raises interesting astrophysics questions.
Two women and three men have been named receipents of the 2017-2018 DOE NNSA SSGF. They will be formally welcomed into the fellowship at this summer's program review.