Snapshots of representative hydrocarbon configurations inside zeolite frameworks

ALCF supercomputer helps identify materials to improve fuel production

University of Minnesota researchers use Mira to identify catalytic materials that could potentially improve the production of ethanol and petroleum products.

Tour of the data center

ALCF hosts high school girls for STEM event

Young women were given the unique opportunity to investigate their areas of interest through interaction with many of Argonne’s world-class women scientists and engineers.

Aurora announcement at 1871

Introducing Aurora

DOE awards $200 million for next-generation supercomputer at Argonne

iron selenide

Researchers use Mira to peer inside high-temperature superconductors

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign scientists carry out QMC simulations of iron selenide at an unprecedented level of detail.


Early Science Program Call for Proposals

The call for proposals is open for the Early Science Program, ALCF's program to get applications ready for science on Theta, a next-generation supercomputer to be available for production in 2017. Selected projects will get early hardware access, training on using the future system, and support from ALCF staff and postdocs.

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