Berkeley researcher calculates molecules’ electronic structures, hoping to hasten development of new materials, designer drugs and other applications.
Researchers are out to optimize our uncertain energy future.
Exascale computing architects use proxy apps to mimic big codes.
Without applied mathematicians, skills for translating the world into numbers, scientific computing and simulation would be stuck in the past.
For almost 30 years, LBNL mathematician James Sethian has been building code for better semiconductors, improved medical images and other practical applications.
Ralf Deiterding’s quest for unexplored areas in scientific computing has led to simulations of detonation at the finest detail.
An applied mathematician researches ways to combine computational tools that automatically adapt to efficiently attack specific parts of the simulation.
High-temperature plasmas important in fusion are difficult to measure experimentally. Researchers are turning to computer simulations to study fusion.
An applied mathematician looks at how molecules’ shapes affect the way minuscule structures come together.
Unraveling complex equations helps computers solve them fast and efficiently.