October 3, 2022

Boxing in Software

At Los Alamos, novel container software is accelerating innovative science while ensuring supercomputer reliability and uptime.

September 26, 2022

Victor M. Zavala: Then and Now / 2012 Early Career Award Winner

Through scalable algorithms and improvements to software, Victor M. Zavala is optimizing the nation’s energy infrastructure and managing network problems.

September 19, 2022


The SciDAC program boosted this Argonne scientist’s career. Now he’s returning the favor, helping lead SciDAC into the AI and exascale eras.

September 7, 2022

Urban Integrated Field Laboratories Will Equitably Address a Critical Scientific Knowledge Gap

The new Urban IFLs will address the lack of data about urban environments in climate science and help inform climate and clean energy solutions.

August 29, 2022

Garret Suen: Then and Now / 2012 Early Career Award Winner

Garret Suen is identifying microbes and the enzymes they express to understand how herbivores break down plant biomass to help biofuel production.

August 22, 2022

Taking Charge

At Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, researchers simulate ion transport for ways to predict and improve materials for energy storage.

August 15, 2022

Adding Up Alloys

With the power of Oak Ridge’s Summit supercomputer, researchers will probe the 3D printing’s details to improve and predict metal parts’ properties.

August 8, 2022

Jaime Marian: Then and Now / 2012 Early Career Award Winner

UCLA professor Jaime Marian searches for clean energy solutions through modeling and simulations for innovative fusion materials.

August 1, 2022

Driving AI

Oak Ridge and General Motors researchers let the Summit supercomputer take the wheel of autonomous vehicle systems.

July 25, 2022

Haim Waisman: Then and Now / 2012 Early Career Award Winner

At Columbia University, Haim Waisman has developed computational models that describe how materials fracture.