Advances in excited-state physics promise to fine-tune energy-related materials.
Supercomputers are modeling freezing water to develop ice-shedding wind turbine blades.
A Purdue University team is scaling up tools that model various nano-electronic devices, including the next generation of transistors.
An advanced-laser team enlists supercomputing to shed light on optimal designs.
An applied mathematician looks at how molecules’ shapes affect the way minuscule structures come together.