U.S. Department of Energy’s INCITE program seeks advanced computational research proposals for 2018

From April 17 to June 23, 2017, the INCITE program will be accepting proposals for high-impact, computationally intensive research campaigns.

Field programmable gate array

Chipping Away

ALCF's Hal Finkel is exploring using field programmable gate arrays for scientific HPC.

ALCF participates in program to increase diversity in STEM fields

The Broader Engagement program at SIAMCSE 2017 gave students and early career professionals an opportunity to attend the conference and engage with members of the computational science community.

Performance Workshop

ALCF Computational Performance Workshop

Our intensive four-day workshop is intended to help you achieve computational readiness on current and future many-core architectures.

Simulation of a vector boson plus jet event

High-precision calculations help reveal the physics of the universe

Argonne physicists are harnessing the power of Mira to make predictions about particle interactions that are more precise than ever before.



Postdoctoral Opportunities: Work at the Forefront of HPC

Our computing resources are world-class. The breakthroughs they enable are world changing. The ALCF has several available postdoctoral research positions, including the newly added Aurora Early Science Program appointments. [Open Positions]

Featured Video

Intel Architecture: Today and Tomorrow
To introduce users to the many-core approach and the Intel Xeon Phi, we are offering a video series on coding for current and future Intel architectures. This introductory video is great for users new to Intel Xeon Phi. More to come.

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May 2, 2017

ALCF Computational Performance Workshop

Building 240/TCS Conference Center
May 18, 2017

2018 INCITE Proposal Writing Webinar

Online Webinar