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These four ARE fellows are helping the entrepreneurs within Argonne’s Chain Reaction Innovations program grow businesses and attain research goals. From left to right: Nisarg Patel (helping Atlas Energy Systems), Maxwell Miller (helping ClearFlame Engines, Zach Kaiser (helping Advanced Ionics) and Alec Houpt (helping FGC Plasma Solutions). (Image by Argonne National Laboratory.)
Training the next generation of entrepreneurs

Argonne’s fellows in the Applied Research Experience program have a front-row view of entrepreneurship as they help the laboratory’s Chain Reaction Innovators achieve research goals.

June 13, 2018
Argonne researchers are modeling and simulating how connected and autonomous vehicles could affect energy and mobility in metropolitan areas. (Image by Shutterstock / metamorworks.)
Demystifying the future of connected and autonomous vehicles

Argonne researchers are deploying advanced modeling and simulation tools to predict the impact of CAVs on energy and mobility in metropolitan areas. Their work, part of a collaborative three-year project, supports DOE’s SMART (Systems and Modeling for Accelerated Research in Transportation) Mobility Consortium.

June 1, 2018
Transforming transportation with machine learning

From individual vehicle components to entire metropolitan areas, Argonne uses machine learning to address complex transportation problems

May 15, 2018
Argonne researchers evaluate the performance of the Toyota Mirai and other vehicle technologies with the help of advanced instruments and facilities that can simulate varying real-world driving conditions.
Analyzing with impact

Argonne turns data into meaningful, actionable information

May 15, 2018
Vehicle evaluation is among the many ways Argonne supports the development and commercialization of medium- and heavy-duty technologies. Argonne analysis helped Fedex compare its medium-duty vehicles with emerging electric technologies to understand what technologies were most cost effective based on their energy consumption, and help guide business investment decisions.
Efficiency on demand

Argonne's medium- and heavy-duty truck research propels efficiency to meet future needs

May 15, 2018
The DOE Cyber Defense Competition is among the many competitions Argonne engages in to support future leaders in science and engineering. The objectives of the competition support the larger needs of the DOE and national infrastructure, including developing a workforce of cyber professionals with competencies relevant to the energy sector.
Fueling the next generation

Argonne prepares the best and bright to transform American energy and security

May 15, 2018
Demystifying the future of connected and autonomous vehicles

Argonne researchers predict the impact of connected and autonomous technology on energy and mobility using advanced modeling and simulation

May 15, 2018
Machine learning techniques can help organizations reduce design time from months to days and slash development costs. (Image by Shutterstock / Photo_works.)
Argonne’s next top model

Designing and manufacturing a new part or product, such as a car engine or wind turbine, can be time-consuming and costly. To combat limitations on these processes, scientists and engineers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Argonne National Laboratory are using cutting-edge machine learning techniques to help organizations reduce design time from months to days and slash development costs.

April 13, 2018
Argonne Shares its Vision for Energy Storage and Fuel Initiatives

Argonne’s Eric Rask discusses recent mobility technology hardware and communication evaluations in the Advanced Mobility Technology Laboratory with visitors from the U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.

March 9, 2018
Steven Boyd, a program manager in DOE’s Vehicle Technologies Office, talks with 
students participating in EcoCAR 3, a DOE vehicle competition managed by Argonne.
Vehicle competition jumpstarts DOE career

Competition organized by Argonne for DOE propels a project graduate to a rising star status in DOE

March 9, 2018