Combining AI and physics-based simulations to accelerate COVID-19 drug discovery News science Researchers from University College London are using ALCF supercomputers and machine learning methods to speed up the search for promising new drugs to combat COVID-19 and other viruses. Get Ready for Aurora Aurora Argonne’s upcoming exascale supercomputer, Aurora, will leverage several technological innovations to support cutting-edge machine learning and data science workloads alongside more traditional modeling and simulation campaigns. Aurora Updates Aurora Science and User News Argonne’s Joseph Insley Prepares Aurora for Scientific Visualization HPCwire Riding RAPIDS ASCR Discovery Fusion Plasma Simulation Software Couples Tokamak Core to Edge Physics HPCwire Argonne’s Bethany Lusch and Murali Emani Help Enable ML Capabilities on Aurora HPCwire Learn More About Aurora ALCF's Joseph Insley prepares Aurora for scientific visualization Staff Learn how Insley is helping to advance in situ visualization and analysis capabilities for Argonne's upcoming exascale supercomputer. A new way to predict droughts Science With help from ALCF computing resources, an Argonne team has developed a method to assess the likelihood of extreme drought conditions across the United States. Argonne’s Polaris supercomputer deployed for scientific research Announcement Polaris provides researchers with a powerful new tool to prepare for science in the exascale era. ALCF User Publications Science Learn about some of the recent studies produced by the ALCF user community, including publications on chemistry, drug discovery, and drought predictions.