Molecular structure of the layered hybrid perovskite.

Supercomputer predicts optical and thermal properties of complex hybrid materials

A research team led by Duke University used Theta to predict the properties of semiconductors made from extended organic molecules sandwiched by inorganic structures.

Big Data and Visualization Camp

The graphic nature of data

This summer, ALCF staff members helped lead Argonne's first Big Data and Visualization Camp, which taught high school students how to gain insights from vast amounts of data.


Argonne to advance high-performance computing in manufacturing

Argonne and industry partners have been awarded funding for four projects under DOE's HPC4Mfg Program.

ALCF selects new data science projects

The new ALCF Data Science Program projects will use machine learning, deep learning, and other AI methods to enable data-driven discoveries.

Turbulent envelope of a luminous blue variable star

Superstars’ secrets

A team of astrophysicists is using Mira to model the variability of massive stars in 3D. They have published the initial results from their large-scale simulations in the journal Nature.



Margaret Butler Fellowship in Computational Science

Open to outstanding postdoctoral researchers, the ALCF fellowship offers an opportunity to work at the forefront of scientific computing. The application deadline is December 1, 2018.
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