SDL workshop

ALCF Simulation, Data, and Learning Workshop

Held at the ALCF from February 27–March 1, 2018, our intensive three-day workshop is designed to help users improve Simulation, Data, and Learning applications on Theta.

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Q&A with Colleen Bertoni, the ALCF’s Margaret Butler Fellow

Now entering the second year of the two-year fellowship, Bertoni is working to enhance a new code that can be used to study complex chemical systems, such as excitons for solar cells.

sodium chloride in water

Argonne scientists uncover fresh insights about the structure of salt water

Using Mira, an Argonne research team developed a new model that correctly describes the effect of ions on the structure of water.


Call for Proposals: Aurora Early Science Program expands to include data and learning projects

The ALCF is seeking proposals for data and learning projects to help prepare for Aurora, the nation’s first exascale system scheduled for delivery in 2021.

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Power Hour

Argonne encourages students to learn programming through Hour of Code.



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