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Computation across chemistry

June 2024 Updated: June 2024

A fellow uses his deep experience in math and computation to study electric fields in proteins, reactions in batteries and other chemistry problems.


‘Putting it all together’

May 2024 Updated: May 2024

A Vanderbilt University fellowship recipient applies math, physics and computation to sort out semiconductor defects.


Misty microphysics

April 2024 Updated: April 2024

A fourth-year fellow probes cloud droplets to boost climate predictions.


Genomic field work

March 2024 Updated: March 2024

A UC Davis fellow combines computing, the corn genome and growing data to help farmers forecast biofortified crop production.


Tracking space debris

February 2024 Updated: February 2024

 A Computational Science Graduate Fellowship recipient monitors threats to satellites in Earth’s ionosphere by modeling plasma waves.


Decisive achievement

October 2023 Updated: October 2023

A computational sciences fellow models COVID-19 virus variants and examines how people weigh complex decisions.


Learning climate

August 2023 Updated: August 2023

A Colorado State fellow employs machine learning for climate modeling, putting provenance behind predictions.


Statistically significant

July 2023 Updated: August 2023

A LANL statistician helps cosmologists and epidemiologists grasp their data and answer vital questions.


Cutting carbon, blocking blooms

June 2023 Updated: June 2023

Besides bioplastics research, the LANL Biofuels and Bioproducts team is studying carbon neutrality and applying machine learning to climate change-exacerbated algal blooms. The lab spearheads a DOE project that will bring carbon neutrality to New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana under the Intermountain West Energy Sustainability and Transitions (I-WEST) initiative. The region is […]


Planet-friendly plastics

June 2023 Updated: June 2023

A Los Alamos team applies machine learning to find environmentally benign plastics.


A split nanosecond

May 2023 Updated: May 2023

Sandia supercomputer simulations of atomic behavior under extreme conditions advances materials modeling.


A colorful career

April 2023 Updated: April 2023

Argonne’s Joe Insley combines art and computer science to build intricate images and animations from supercomputer simulations.


Mapping the metastable

March 2023 Updated: March 2023

An Argonne National Laboratory group uses supercomputers to model known and mysterious atomic arrangements, revealing useful properties.


The human factor

January 2023 Updated: January 2023

A PNNL team works to improve AI and machine learning tools so that grid operators can feel confident using them.


Simulation looped in

December 2022 Updated: December 2022

CogSim, a machine-learning approach modeled on the brain, coordinates simulations, experiments and data-analysis to yield results in fields from fusion energy to COVID-19.


Justice adjustments

November 2022 Updated: November 2022

An Oak Ridge team applies supercomputing to environmental justice in a changing climate.


Decoding disease

October 2022 Updated: October 2022

A CSGF fellow doggedly applies computational models to COVID-19 and cancer.


River of data

September 2022 Updated: September 2022

Oak Ridge-developed open-source software is helping model watersheds and related climate issues the world over


Boxing in software

August 2022 Updated: August 2022

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


Fast fade

February 2022 Updated: February 2022

A DOE CSGF recipient studies transients, celestial objects that appear suddenly and rapidly fade.


Physics on autopilot

November 2021 Updated: November 2021

Brookhaven National Lab applies AI to make big experiments autonomous.


Optimized for discovery

October 2021 Updated: August 2022

A computational mathematician finds a national lab ideal for a highly collaborative career.


Happy returns

September 2021 Updated: September 2021

Sandia’s Humberto Silva III applies uncertainty quantification to model smooth atmospheric reentry from space.


Crafting community

August 2021 Updated: August 2021

The Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship celebrates 30 years of cultivating leaders and innovators.


New podcast features labs and fellows

July 2021 Updated: July 2021

Series celebrates DOE Computational Science Fellowship’s 30th anniversary.