Supersonic turbulent flow

Steady as she flows

Aiming to boost aircraft safety, speed, and fuel efficiency, engineers turn to the ALCF's Mira supercomputer to study supersonic turbulence.

QMC simulation

Extending high-accuracy quantum chemistry calculations with HPC

Researchers recently used Theta to carry out the largest and most accurate calculation of a metal-organic framework system performed to date.

Crystal structures

Speeding up discoveries of organic and organic-inorganic materials

As part of the Theta Early Science Program, researchers used the ALCF's new Intel-Cray system to identify promising materials for solar cells.

Argonne researchers develop new self-generating lubricant

Using Mira, the team performed atomistic simulations that revealed molecular insights into the lubricant material's behavior.

E3SM provides powerful, new Earth system model for supercomputers

Argonne researchers and computing resources contributed to the development of DOE's recently released Energy Exascale Earth System Model (E3SM).



ALCF Career Opportunities

Looking for a unique opportunity to work at the forefront of high-performance computing? The ALCF has several staff and postdoctoral positions available. For details, visit the ALCF careers webpage.


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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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