Combating COVID-19 at the ALCF COVID-19 Learn how ALCF supercomputing resources are contributing to the global fight against COVID-19. Understanding ghost particle interactions News science With help from ALCF supercomputers, researchers construct accurate nuclear physics model of neutrino-nuclei interactions. Filling in the blanks: How supercomputing can aid high-resolution X-ray imaging News science As part of an ALCF Data Science Program project, scientists are preparing for the increased brightness and resolution of next-generation light sources with a computing technique that reconstructs images faster and with more precision. Automatic database creation for materials discovery: Innovation from frustration News science With an ALCF Data Science Program project, a University of Cambridge-led team has created an auto-generated database of materials’ optical properties by using natural language processing tools to mine scientific literature. Argonne-developed software enables on-the-fly analysis of APS data at the ALCF News science Argonne researchers are using the Balsam service to connect ALCF supercomputers to the Advanced Photon Source, demonstrating its ability to enable near-real-time analysis of experimental data. Get Ready for Aurora Aurora Argonne’s upcoming exascale supercomputer, Aurora, will leverage several technological innovations to support cutting-edge machine learning and data science workloads alongside more traditional modeling and simulation runs.