Preparing for exascale: Argonne’s Aurora to accelerate discoveries in particle physics at CERN News science As part of the Aurora Early Science Program, Walter Hopkins of Argonne National Laboratory is leading a project that will use exascale computing power to aid in the search for new physics discoveries. ALCC program awards ALCF computing time to 16 projects News announcements DOE's ASCR Leadership Computing Challenge has selected a new set of projects for 2021-2022. ALCF's Kumaran joins expert panel for ISC webcast Staff As part of ISC High Performance 2021, ALCF Director of Technology Kalyan Kumaran took part in a roundtable discussion focused on how changes in the HPC landscape will impact science. ECP Podcast: Let’s Talk Exascale Code Development Aurora The latest episode, which focuses on three codes used for fusion energy research, is part of a series that highlights progress and lessons learned in optimizing code to run efficiently on GPU-accelerated exascale systems. ALCF's Riley featured in Argonne 75th anniversary webcast Staff ALCF Director of Science Katherine Riley joined the "Celebrating 75 years at Argonne National Laboratory: Supercomputers and X-rays" webcast to provide an in-depth look at the lab's supercomputing resources. 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 runs.