ALCF hosts Cray Urika-GX workshop

ALCF hosts training workshop for new data analytics platform

With the launch of a Cray Urika-GX system this fall, Argonne National Laboratory became the first research center to deploy the new computing platform for big data analytics.

Simulation of shock interaction with a variable density inclined interface.

Early Science Projects for Aurora Supercomputer Announced

This program helps ready the new machine by doing actual science, using real scientific applications.

Recent advances pull researchers one step closer to tailor-made drug design

A rising peptide: Supercomputing helps scientists come closer to tailoring drug molecules

Recent advances pull researchers one step closer to tailor-made drug design.

Instruments deployed in the Columbia River Gorge region

Supercomputer simulations helping to improve wind predictions

Researchers are using Mira to develop models that can provide more accurate wind forecasts in regions with complex terrain.


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ATPESC 2017: Call for Applicants

Seeking doctoral students, postdocs, and computational scientists to apply for ATPESC 2017. Deadline is March 10.

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