Theta ESP

ALCF selects projects for Theta Early Science Program

The ESP is designed to prepare scientific applications for the architecture and scale of the new supercomputer.

ATPESC participants collaborate

ATPESC 2015 set to groom new generation of supercomputer users

Sixty-five students will participate in this year's intensive two-week training program.

Simulations lead to design of near-frictionless material

Argonne scientists use Mira to identify and improve a new mechanism for eliminating friction.

Regional climate model

Zooming in: From global to regional climate models

Argonne researchers use Mira to assess the effectiveness of dynamically downscaled regional climate models.

PI-AIMD simulation of solvated hydroxide ion

ALCC program announces 24 projects at ALCF

With allocations beginning July 1, the 24 projects account for a total of 1.7 billion core-hours at ALCF.


Argonne programming camp sparks students’ scientific curiosity

ALCF Director Mike Papka, along with other ALCF staff computer scientists, teamed up with Argonne’s Educational Programs group to design the curriculum for 42 students from Chicago-area high school students at this year's coding camp.
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