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With a boost from the Titan supercomputer, a Berkeley Lab group works the angles on X-rays to analyze thin films of interest for the next generation of nanodevices.
The AnalyzeThis system deals with the rush of huge data-analysis orders typical in scientific computing.
Berkeley Lab cosmologists sift tsunamis of data for signals from the birth of galaxies.
Simulations of melting permafrost promise changes in climate modeling.
Dark energy propels the universe to expand faster and faster. Researchers are using simulations to test different conceptions about how this happens.
To prevent important information from being missed, a Berkeley Lab team is improving how supercomputers divvy up the ponderous tasks surrounding large simulations’ analytics and visualization.
Berkeley scientists have combined computational modeling and advanced materials synthesis to devise a low-cost anode that bolsters the feasibility of long-life lithium-ion batteries.
Researchers have pursued clean hydrogen-based fuels for years. A Berkeley Lab team hopes to spur that quest with help from one of the world’s most powerful computers.
Computation ferrets out emergent behaviors of novel materials built from tiny blocks.
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