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Argonne scientists awarded supercomputing time to enable scientific breakthroughs
Date:12/1/2010

ei. The calculations, to be carried out on both the Intrepid (15 million processor hours) and the Jaguar at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (43 million processor hours), are relevant to applications in nuclear energy, nuclear security and nuclear astrophysics.

  • Rob Jacob will work with colleagues from the National Center for Atmospheric Studies and several other national laboratories and research institutions in cutting-edge climate science research. The project, awarded the highest allocation of all the INCITE projects 40 million processor hours on the Intrepid and 70 million processor hours on the Jaguar will conduct global high-resolution simulations, providing critical information for national science policy.

  • Graham Fletcher will continue work with colleagues at Iowa State University in a study of the prediction of bulk properties of water systems. These molecular-scale problems are of critical importance to national-priority scientific issues. The project has been awarded 10 million processor hours on the Intrepid.

  • Ray Bair will continue an investigation of lithium-air batteries, a promising new technology for practical propulsion batteries. The project, led by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, will be conducted using both the Argonne Intrepid (25 million processor hours) and the Oak Ridge Jaguar (10 million processor hours).


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  • Contact: Eleanor Taylor
    etaylor@anl.gov
    630-252-5510
    DOE/Argonne National Laboratory
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