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Parallel programming models: current status and future prospects

Many of the most prominent parallel programming models are presented in a new book titled Programming Models for Parallel Computing, edited by Pavan Balaji.

November 16, 2015
Comparisons between the fission barrier predictions for Pu-240 with UNEDF1 and those made with UNEDF1CFT.
Analyzing uncertainty in nuclear density functional theory

Researchers from Argonne National Laboratory and their colleagues at Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories recently analyzed the diverse sources of uncertainties encountered in nuclear density functional theory (DFT).

November 13, 2015
Array of Things receives major NSF grant for new sensor nodes

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $3.1 million grant to support the development of Array of Things, a research project to deploy hundreds of interactive, modular sensor boxes around Chicago collecting real-time data on the city’s environment, infrastructure, and activities.

September 28, 2015
Globus Galaxies: Gateway to Science Discovery

Researchers launch new Globus Galaxies platform.

September 24, 2015
Marc Snir gives keynote address at IEEE Cluster 2015

Marc Snir, director of Argonne’s Mathematics and Computer Science Division and Michael Faiman and Saburo Muroga Professor at Urbana-Champaign, delivered a keynote speech at Cluster 2015, Sept. 10, 2015, in Chicago.

September 21, 2015
M2ACS project highlighted in 2015 Quadrennial Technology Review

The 2015 Quadrennial Technology Review, released Sept. 10 by the U.S. Department of Energy, includes a discussion of the Argonne-led Multifaceted Mathematics for Complex Energy Systems (M2ACS) project.

September 14, 2015
COOLR collaborators to hold annual meeting on thermal-aware computing

On Sept. 23, 2015, Argonne will host the first annual meeting of COOLR.

September 14, 2015
Improving the computational efficiency of NWChem for water cluster simulations

researchers from Argonne, Intel Labs, and RIKEN (Japan) have now developed “Casper,” a process-based asynchronous progress model that dramatically improves the computational efficiency of NWChem for water cluster simulations.

September 8, 2015
Argonne workshop discusses theory and applications of automatic differentiation

Argonne National Laboratory hosted the Third Argonne Workshop on Automatic Differentiation on August 20-21, 2015.

August 28, 2015
Release of RGG 2.0 mesh toolkit announced

The Reactor Geometry Generator development team at Argonne National Laboratory is pleased to announce the release of RGG 2.0.

August 3, 2015