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Thakur elected to SC conference steering committee

Rajeev Thakur, senior computer scientist and deputy director of the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory, has been elected a member of the Supercomputing (SC) co

December 9, 2014
Argonne researchers demonstrate extraordinary throughput during SC14 demonstration

Surpassing 85 Gigabits per second for international data transfers from Louisiana, US, to Ottowa, Canada

December 1, 2014
Figure 1: Predicted wind power realization for 6 wind farm locations in Illinois (in grey) and observations based on the nearest meteorological stations (blue dots).
Argonne research receives best paper award

A team of researchers from Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Edinburgh have received the 2013 COAP Best Paper Prize for their work in applied mathematics.

November 19, 2014
MCS Division researchers awarded INCITE supercomputing time to enable scientific breakthroughs

Two researchers in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne lead projects that have been awarded a total of 185 million hours of computing time on the U.S.

November 18, 2014
Argonne researchers receive HPC Innovation Excellence Award

A team of researchers from the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory, in collaboration with scientists from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and three nuclear react

November 18, 2014
RGG talk to be presented at Kitware booth at SC14

A talk titled "Reactor Geometry Generator (RGG) for Building Models & Meshes for Nuclear Reactor Design" will be presented in the Kitware booth at SC14 on Tuesday. 

November 17, 2014
Kibaek Kim wins Nemhauser Best Student Paper Prize

Kibaek Kim, a new postdoctoral researcher working in Argonne’s Mathematics and Computer Science Division, was awarded the Nemhauser Prize for the Best Student Paper.

November 11, 2014
Beckman talks about the power problem facing exascale

A recent issue of HPCWire highlights comments by Argonne’s Pete Beckman about the issues facing designers of exascale architectu

November 11, 2014
LakeSim is an Argonne-developed tool that merges urban design with scientific analysis to aid in the design of 21st century cities. To address the uncertainty of large-scale planning with so many complex variables, LakeSim creators have prototyped a new platform that seeks to help developers plan at massive scales while anticipating the ability to build in future scenarios such as climate change, improved efficiency in buildings and transportation systems, and increased renewable energy and/or micro-grid applications. Image by Mitch Romanowski & Mary Jo Koelbl/Argonne National Laboratory. (Click image to enlarge).
Designing future cities

LakeSim is an Argonne-developed tool that merges urban design with scientific analysis to aid in the design of 21st century cities. LakeSim uses current architectural and energy data to make forecasts for designers on long-term large-scale developments.

October 7, 2014
PETSc team receives the 2015 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering

The core development group of PETSc – the Portable, Extensible Toolkit for Scientific Computation – has been awarded the 2015 SIAM/ACM Prize in Computational Science and Engineering.

October 6, 2014