Skip to main content

Computational Methods

Argonne maintains a wide-ranging science and technology portfolio that seeks to address complex challenges in interdisciplinary and innovative ways. Below is a list of all articles, highlights, profiles, projects, and organizations related specifically to computational methods.

Filter Results

  • Hyeondeok Shin

    Physicist & computational scientist with expertise in chemistry, condensed matter physics, & computational physics. He specializes in methods & applications of Density Functional Theory, Quantum Chemistry, & Quantum Monte Carlo for functional materials.
  • Adrian C. Pope

    Adrian is a physicist, astronomer, and computational scientist working at the intersection of data, computing, and statistical methods for cosmological inference.
  • Graham D. Fletcher

    Graham Fletcher has a background in quantum chemistry and supercomputing. His research interests focus on the development of highly scalable methods and algorithms for the accurate and reliable prediction of chemical phenomena.
  • Shashikant M. Aithal

    Shashi specializes in high-fidelity multiphysics/multiscale simulations and reduced-order modeling in multi-disciplinary areas of science and engineering using supercomputers.
  • Nichols A. Romero

    Computational scientist with over 10 years’ experience designing, developing, and optimizing scientific software (chemistry, climate, material science) for high-performance computing platforms. Five of those years as a group leader in ALCF.