Digital reconstruction of pyramidal cells from the Blue Brain Project

Delivering science on day one

ALCF Deputy Director of Science Timothy J. Williams goes in-depth about the goals of Theta Early Science work in a recent issue of CiSE magazine.

ALCF hosts physics workshop to bridge computational and experimental efforts

The “Lattice for Beyond the Standard Model Physics 2016” workshop was held to generate new ideas and projects in the search for new physics.

A wave-like theoretical model for the van der Waals force

Making waves on Mira

Robert DiStasio Jr. of Cornell University recently published his results on Mira in Science on the validation of a new “wave-like” model of the van der Waals force.

Argonne event encourages young women to pursue careers in STEM

High school students visit ALCF as part of the annual Science Careers in Search of Women conference.

The VERIFI team meets at the ALCF.

Engine design takes a major leap at Argonne

Mira allows thousands of designs to be explored within days instead of weeks.

Announcement

 

2017 INCITE Call for Proposals

The 2017 INCITE Call for Proposals opens April 13, 2016 and closes June 24, 2016. The INCITE program invites you to participate in an INCITE Proposal Writing Webinar, offered on April 13, 2016 and repeated on May 19, 2016. For more information, visit the workshop page »

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Events

May 12, 2016

Computational Quantum Chemistry at the RCC

Kathleen A. Zar Room, John Crerar Library
May 24, 2016

Scaling Your Science on Mira

Building 240/Room 1416
Jun 14, 2016

Parallel Programming with MPI

Building 240/Room 1416