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Lab Leads New Effort in Materials Development

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Lawrence Livermore National Lab will be part of a multi-lab effort to apply high-performance computing to US-based industry’s discovery, design, and development of materials for severe environments under a new initiative announced by the Department of Energy (DOE) on Sept. 19.

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Cosmology, CMB, Supercomputer, HPC

A TOAST for Next Generation CMB Experiments

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Computational cosmologists at Berkeley Lab recently achieved a critical milestone in preparation for upcoming CMB experiments: scaling their data simulation and reduction framework TOAST to run on all 658,784 Intel Knights Landing Xeon Phi processor cores on NERSC’s Cori supercomputer. The team also implemented a new TOAST module to simulate the noise introduced when ground-based telescopes look at the CMB through the atmosphere.

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Argonne Leadership Computing Facility (ALCF), Modeling, simulation, & visualization, Supercomputing & high-performance computing

The Sublime Challenge of Jet Noise

Joe Nichols, of the University of Minnesota, is using ALCF resources to create high fidelity simulations of jet turbulence to determine how and where noise is produced. The results may lead to novel engineering designs that reduce noise over commercial flight paths and on aircraft carrier decks.

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New Boarding Procedures, Smaller Cabin Size May Limit Infection on Planes

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During major epidemics, cramped airplane cabins are fertile ground for the spread of infection, but new research suggests changing routine boarding protocols could be a key to reducing rampant transmission of disease.

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High-Impact Innovations Honored as R&D 100 Award Finalists

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Eight Los Alamos National Laboratory innovations were selected as finalists for the 2017 R&D 100 Awards, which honor the top 100 proven technological advances of the past year as determined by a panel selected by R&D Magazine.

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Plasma Instability, Carbon Nanotubes, Radiological Crimes, and More in the DOE Science News Source

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ORNL Researchers Turn to Deep Learning to Solve Science’s Big Data Problem

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ORNL researchers have been awarded $2 million to apply novel machine learning techniques to large-scale scientific data.

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Widening Horizons for High Schoolers with Code

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In July, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory hosted a five-day Coding Camp for more than two dozen high school juniors and seniors, teaching new programming skills and how computer science is an integral part of an Argonne researcher’s life.

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An All-Out Ban on ‘Killer Robots’ Could Have Unintended Consequences, AI Experts Say

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Launching a Supercomputer: How to Set Up Some of the World’s Fastest Computers

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Setting up a supercomputer is far more complicated than just bringing it home from the electronics store. Staff members of the Department of Energy’s supercomputing user facilities spend years on the process, from laying out requirements through troubleshooting. In the end, they run some of the most powerful computers in the world to help solve some of science’s biggest problems.







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