Mathematics, computing, & computer science

Cappello discusses trust vs. fault tolerance for HPC applications September 11, 2015

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

Improving the computational efficiency of NWChem for water cluster simulationsSeptember 8, 2015

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.

Can Exascale Computers Handle Extreme-Scale Real-Time Science Workflows?

Scientists and engineers increasingly demand the ability to analyze data from experimental facilities in real time. This project investigates the question "Will exascale computers run anticipated experimental science workloads effectively? "

Argonne workshop discusses theory and applications of automatic differentiation August 28, 2015

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

Argonne pushing boundaries of computing in engine simulationsAugust 24, 2015

Researchers at Argonne will be testing the limits of computing horsepower this year with a new simulation project from the Virtual Engine Research Institute and Fuels Initiative that will harness 60 million computer core hours to dispel uncertainties and pave the way to more effective engine simulations.

Kate Keahey wins 2015 AWIS Chicago Innovator AwardAugust 19, 2015

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.

Argonne programming camp sparks students’ scientific curiosityAugust 10, 2015

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.