Supercomputers let an Oak Ridge National Laboratory-led group explore how atoms align in magnetic materials.
The cosmological search in the dark is no walk in the park. With help from Berkeley Lab’s NERSC, Fermilab aims open-source software at data from high-energy physics.
Los Alamos experiments with a quantum-physics device that could boost computation to the next level.
Chicago and Argonne researchers simulate quantum bits for easier engineering of quantum computers.
Using supercomputers, University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory scientists have predicted possible new qubits – the quantum analogue to classical computing’s 0 and 1 bit arrangement – built out of strained aluminum nitride. The team showed that certain newly developed qubits in silicon carbide have unusually long lifetimes.View full highlight »