Two ALCF staff members recognized by Argonne’s Board of Governors

Susan Coghlan and Skip Reddy were recognized for their outstanding achievements at the laboratory.

simulation of tribofilms

Argonne discovery yields self-healing diamond-like carbon

Large-scale reactive molecular dynamics simulations carried out on Mira enabled the design of a “self-healing,” anti-wear coating that dramatically reduces friction and related degradation in engines and moving machinery

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Argonne’s annual HPC training program now underway

Now in its fourth year, the Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing kicked off on July 31.

Fluid dynamics simulation of a gasoline compression engine

HPC revs up engine designs

Using Mira, an Argonne National Laboratory group looks under the hood to clean up combustion engines and the atmosphere.

 Scientists optimize defects for better superconducting effects

Scientists optimize defects for better superconducting effects

ALCF simulations help scientists develop approach to enhance high-temperature superconducting wires.

Announcement

IXPUG

 

IXPUG 2016 Annual Meeting

Hosted by the ALCF, the Intel Xeon Phi Users Group (IXPUG) meeting takes place September 19 - 23, 2016. This meeting provides a forum to discuss performance tuning of scientific and engineering applications running on the Intel Xeon Phi line of processors. Register now!.

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