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This series shows the evolution of the universe as simulated by a run called the Q Continuum, performed on the Titan supercomputer and led by Argonne physicist Katrin Heitmann. These images give an impression of the detail in the matter distribution in the simulation. At first the matter is very uniform, but over time gravity acts on the dark matter, which begins to clump more and more, and in the clumps, galaxies form. Image by Heitmann et. al. (Click to view larger.)
Researchers model birth of universe in one of largest cosmological simulations ever run

Researchers are sifting through an avalanche of data produced by one of the largest cosmological simulations ever performed, led by scientists at Argonne.

October 29, 2015
Anitescu presents keynote address at the INFORMS annual meeting

Mihai Anitescu gave a keynote presentation on Nov. 3 at the INFORMS 2015 annual meeting in Philadelphia.

October 26, 2015
Leyffer elected Secretary of ICIAM

Sven Leyffer has been elected secretary of the International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM).

September 24, 2015
Beckman receives Distinguished Performance Award

Pete Beckman, senior computational scientist at Argonne and co-director of the Northwestern Argonne Institute of Science and Engineering, received a 2015 Argonne National Laboratory Distinguished Performance Award.

September 21, 2015
Cappello discusses trust vs. fault tolerance for HPC applications

Franck Cappello was the keynote speaker at the first international workshop on Fault Tolerant Systems (FTS 2015).

September 11, 2015
Kate Keahey wins 2015 AWIS Chicago Innovator Award

Kate Keahey, a computer scientist in Argonne’s Mathematics and Computer Science Division, has been named this year’s winner of the Association for Women in Science (AWIS) Chicago Innovator Award.

August 19, 2015
Mike Papka, director of the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, works with high school students at coding camp. Students learned the Python programming language, among other problem-solving skills related to computer science. (Click image to view larger.)
Argonne programming camp sparks students’ scientific curiosity

Argonne National Laboratory hosted a summer coding camp with 42 students from Chicago-area high schools. Four days of lessons covered an introduction to the Python programming language, emphasized problem-solving skills and showed students what it’s like to be a STEM professional.

August 10, 2015
MCS Division researchers have six papers accepted for SC15

Researchers in Argonne’s Mathematics and Computer Science Division have had six papers accepted for presentation at SC15’s highly competitive Technical Papers Program.

July 24, 2015
Fischer delivers invited address on computational fluid dynamics simulations

Paul Fischer, a senior scientist and STA in Argonne’s Mathematics and Computer Science Division, delivered an invited speech at the 22nd AIAA Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference, June 24, 2015, in Dallas, TX

July 14, 2015
Barry Smith named Argonne Distinguished Fellow

Barry Smith, a senior computational mathematician in Argonne’s Mathematics and Computer Science Division, has been named an Argonne Distinguished Fellow.

July 10, 2015