Georgia Tech and Oak Ridge National Laboratory researchers extend AI’s prediction prowess to complex protein structures.
A UT-Arlington researcher plumbs reconfigurable quantum circuits for high-performance computers and cellphones.
An Early Career awardee wants to automate the most vexing aspects of traditional scientific software development for supercomputers.
A Tulane professor smoothes visualization of large data sets.
An Oklahoma State researcher fine-tunes the next generation of wireless and computing networks.
Argonne computer scientist works on power and processor efficiency while diversifying the workforce.
An Oak Ridge team links plant performance and genetics, seeking a food-biofuel balance in a changing climate.
DOE researchers span multiple scales on the Summit supercomputer to zero in on possible protein faults that produce cancer.
At Los Alamos, novel container software is accelerating innovative science while ensuring supercomputer reliability and uptime.
The SciDAC program boosted this Argonne scientist’s career. Now he’s returning the favor, helping lead SciDAC into the AI and exascale eras.