Los Alamos

Scaling up metadata

A Los Alamos National Laboratory and Carnegie Mellon University exascale file system helps scientists sort through enormous amounts of records… Read More

May, 2020

Multiphysics models for the masses

Los Alamos tool lends user flexibility to ease use of stockpile-stewardship physics simulations. Read More

November, 2018

Booting up Trinity

The unusual architecture in Los Alamos National Laboratory's newest supercomputer is a step toward the exascale – systems around a… Read More

July, 2017

Bits of corruption

Los Alamos’ extensive study of HPC platforms finds silent data corruption in scientific computing – but not much. Read More

July, 2015

After the thaw

Simulations of melting permafrost promise changes in climate modeling. Read More

February, 2014

Predicting solar assaults

When Earth’s magnetosphere snaps and crackles, power and communications technologies can break badly. Three-dimensional simulations of magnetic reconnection aim to… Read More

September, 2013

Enlightening predictions

Computer simulations of hurricane lightning could be the key to predicting and avoiding the storms' real-world punch. Read More

June, 2012

A long view of Gulf oil spill

While others predicted when oil from the Deepwater Horizon spill in the Gulf of Mexico might reach beaches, ocean modelers… Read More

April, 2011

Extending the stockpile’s lifespan

Just how does prolonged exposure to nuclear radiation change a material's properties? How do those changes alter the way a… Read More

December, 2009