Simulations on Oak Ridge’s Titan supercomputer reveal how pulsed lasers can best sculpt metal nanoparticles.
An international team searches for optimal materials to use in windows that double as solar panels.
A University of Michigan team uses high-performance computing at Oak Ridge to predict how crystals form.
University of Colorado and Department of Energy labs turn to supercomputing to amp up efficiency in concentrating solar energy.
Modeling self-assembling nanowires with curious electronic properties.
Projects in self-assembly and fusion drive a couple’s early career research.
Supercomputers are helping unravel twists in next-generation smart polymers.
An MIT group taps thin carbon and computing to rid water of salt.
High-performance computing is boosting a promising new battery technology that may make electric cars a practical alternative to gas.
Better nanoscale materials for devices like solar cells may depend on bigger, more detailed computational models.