February 2018   |   Computer Science, New Faces

Reducing uncertainty

A Sandia researcher applies his DOE early-career award to improving predictive reliability in high-performance computing.

January 2018

The Big One, in 3-D

A San Diego State-led group simulates San Andreas earthquakes in three dimensions.

Networks, New Faces
December 2017

Thinking networks

ESnet’s DOE early-career awardee works to overcome roadblocks in computational networks.

Computer Science, New Faces
November 2017

Language barrier

A Purdue University professor is using a DOE early-career award to bridge gaps in high-performance computing languages.

Science Highlights

January 2017

Engineering new bits for quantum computers

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.

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