Simulating electronic stopping in solids and DNA

A team of researchers is leveraging Argonne supercomputing resources to run a series of large-scale simulations that advance our understanding of a complex quantum-mechanical phenomenon known as electronic stopping.

ALCF simulations lead to patented process for biofuel production

ALCF simulations lead to patented process for biofuel production

A team of researchers from the University of Minnesota used ALCF computing resources to identify promising microporous materials, called zeolites, to develop a unique process for separating ethanol from water, resulting in a U.S. patent.

Researchers discover quantum effect in hard disk drive material

Leveraging ALCF resources, scientists find a suprising way to affect information storage properties in a metal alloy.

ALCF Data Science Program

ALCF Data Science Program seeks proposals for data and learning projects

Now open through July 1, 2019, the ADSP open call provides an opportunity for researchers to submit proposals for data-centric computing projects that require the scale and performance of leadership-class supercomputers.

AT&T leverages Argonne's climate modeling and infrastructure resilience expertise to benefit Southeastern U.S.

With the help of ALCF computing resources, AT&T partnered with Argonne National Laboratory to pinpoint extreme weather risks.



Aurora slated to be nation’s first exascale system

Targeted for delivery in 2021, the ALCF's next-generation supercomputer will usher in a new era of breakthroughs in science and engineering. Read more >>

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