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Pioneering new approaches to integrating scientific facilities, supercomputing capabilities and data technologies.

Computational scientific research is evolving rapidly with faster data acquisition rates, larger datasets, and increasingly complex processing workflows. Advanced research instruments like the X-ray light sources across the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) national laboratory system produce vast amounts of data. Automating these interconnected research processes is critical to fully utilize the power of supercomputing and leading-edge data storage and technologies to drive breakthrough science discoveries.

The Nexus effort at DOE’s Argonne National Laboratory enables large-scale science by integrating experimental and computational user facilities in a seamless research infrastructure. For over a decade Argonne researchers have been developing tools and methods to blend its world-class computing resources with data-intensive experiments. 


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