University of Colorado and Department of Energy labs turn to supercomputing to amp up efficiency in concentrating solar energy.
Computing coolant behavior in nuclear-reactor regions beyond experimental reach.
University of Illinois physicists apply supercomputing to explore unconventional, high-temperature superconductivity.
A University of Utah team is turning to high-performance computing to design a clean oxy-coal boiler.
Researchers are out to optimize our uncertain energy future.
High-performance computing is boosting a promising new battery technology that may make electric cars a practical alternative to gas.
Exaflops-capable computers could be just the fuel the nuclear power industry needs.
It’ll take the power of a new generation of computers to address a range of issues in basic energy sciences.
MIT’s Materials Genome Project enlists databases and density functional theory to discover safe, clean materials for a new energy era.
Computational tools help to improve the interconnected grids that power homes and businesses and to avoid major failures like the 2003 Northeast blackout.