ALCF simulations shed light on technique to alter materials properties

Researchers from the University of Southern California are using ALCF computing resources to observe how changes in the atomic structure of a semiconductor material might convert it to metal.

SDL Workshop

ALCF Simulation, Data, and Learning Workshop

Join us Oct. 2-4, 2018, for an opportunity to work with ALCF and industry experts to improve the performance and productivity of simulation, data science, and machine learning applications on ALCF systems.

Fine-tuning physics

Argonne physicists are using ALCF supercomputers to boost precision in particle predictions for CERN's Large Hadron Collider.

CodeGirls@Argonne camp

Teaching the programmers of tomorrow

The CodeGirls@Argonne camp is designed to immerse young girls in computer science before they enter high school and introduce them to potential career paths in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.

The high-tech evolution of scientific computing

To leverage emerging computing capabilities and prepare for future exascale systems, the ALCF is expanding its scope beyond traditional simulation-based research to include data science and machine learning approaches.



Aurora ESP for Data & Learning

Ten data science and machine learning projects have been selected for the Aurora Early Science Program (ESP).The projects will help prepare key applications, libraries, and infrastructure for the architecture and scale of the ALCF's future exascale supercomputer.
Data & Learning Projects ]


Featured Video

How Smart is a Supercomputer?
ALCF Director of Science Katherine Riley discusses the value of supercomputing in a recent episode of the YouTube science series, The Good Stuff.

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