An Oak Ridge-led pilot project is devising automated computational tools to collect key data from medical records and deliver the right cancer treatment at the right time.
High-performance computing informs predictions on subsurface carbon dioxide, water resources systems and oil and gas production.
The Department of Energy collaborates with the National Cancer Institute to apply supercomputing number-crunching power to cancer research.
For high-performance computing’s next wave, today’s humble operating system will have to assume new roles in synchronizing and coordinating tasks.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory-University of Tennessee team hopes to ease the path from vegetation to biofuel.
A University of Washington DOE early-career-awardee, with techniques called verified lifting and stencil programming, aims to boost speeds in climate models and other HPC simulations.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s time-saving HPC tool eases the way for next era of scientific simulations.
University of Colorado and Department of Energy labs turn to supercomputing to amp up efficiency in concentrating solar energy.
An Argonne National Laboratory group looks under the hood to clean up combustion engines and the atmosphere.
Modeling self-assembling nanowires with curious electronic properties.