2019 INCITE Program

U.S. Department of Energy’s INCITE Program Seeks Advanced Computational Research Proposals for 2019

From April 16 to June 22, 2018, INCITE’s open call provides an opportunity for researchers to pursue transformational advances in science and technology at teh ALCF and the OLCF.

Direct numerical simulation of turbulent flow in nuclear reactor

The science of bubbles

Researchers from North Carolina State University are using Mira to better understand boiling phenomena in nuclear reactors.

ALCF Simulation, Data, and Learning Workshop

ALCF workshop supports simulation, data, and learning research

The ALCF's recent user workshop helped researchers jump-start their projects involving simulation, data analytics, and machine learning techniques.

Researchers sew atomic lattices seamlessly together

Researchers sew atomic lattices seamlessly together

The team’s research involved using Mira to explore the behavior of the new materials at the atomic level.

Argonne team members (from left to right): Rajeev Assary, Cong Liu, Badri Narayanan, Anh Ngo and Larry Curtiss.

Out of thin air

Simulations at the ALCF contributed to a new lithium-air battery design that maintains high performance over many charge and discharge cycles.



ALCF Computational Performance Workshop

Held at the ALCF from May 15–17, our intensive three-day workshop is intended to help you achieve computational readiness for upcoming CFPs. Workshop details >>

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May 15, 2018

ALCF Computational Performance Workshop

TCS Conference Center