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Key Facts about the Mathematics and Computer Science Division

Researchers in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division attack complex problems in four key scientific areas important to our nation: extreme computing; big data; advanced algorithms and mathematical software; and applications

September 3, 2013
Proactive energy management for next-generation building systems

Argonne is engaged in work to develop sensors and controls to improve the energy efficiency of buildings. As part of this effort, the laboratory is collaborating with an industrial partner, BuildingIQ, to design and test next-generation energy management systems for buildings.

September 23, 2013
Argonne battery technology helps power Chevy Volt

Intense, in-situ X-rays from the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne were used to help Argonne National Laboratory design the technology used in the battery cell that powers General Motors Company’s Chevrolet Volt. This plug-in hybrid electric vehicle has an EPA estimated range of 35 miles on a full charge.

September 23, 2013
PSC Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

Photon Sciences Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

September 24, 2013
PSE Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

Physical Sciences & Engineering Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

September 24, 2013
OTD/OPS Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

Office of the Director and Operations Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

September 24, 2013
EESA Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

Energy Engineering & Systems Analysis Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

September 24, 2013
CELS Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

Computing, Environment & Life Sciences Diversity & Inclusion Action Plan

September 24, 2013
Quality of Work Life brochure September 26, 2013
Key Facts about the Computing, Environment and Life Sciences Directorate

The Computing, Environment and Life Sciences Directorate integrates Argonne research in the computing sciences (applied mathematics, computer science, and computational science); the environmental sciences (earth science, energy science, and global climate research); and the life sciences (subsurface science, terrestrial ecology, molecular biology, microbiology, protein chemistry, bioinformatics, computational biology).

September 26, 2013