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emical sciences.

  • Christopher Wolverton of Northwestern University was awarded 1 million hours to rationally design novel nanostructured hydrogen storage materials with fast (de)hydrogenation kinetics and favorable thermodynamics.

  • David Baker of the University of Washington was awarded 12 million hours to accurately predict structures of biologically important proteins; engineer novel protein-protein interactions and protein-based inhibitors, which would be a significant step towards development of novel therapeutics; and to design catalysts of carbamate hydrolysis with applications in contaminated soil bio-remediation.

  • William Tang of Princeton University and the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory was awarded 2 million hours to gain a better understanding of turbulence as a primary mechanism by which particles and energy diffuse across the confining magnetic field in toroidal fusion systems. Results from these studies may have direct relevance to the future performance of the international burning plasma experiment called ITER.

  • Don Lamb of University of Chicago's ASC/Alliance Flash Center was awarded 21 million hours to conduct the first rigorous, systematic validation of four current models of the type Ia supernovae and to determine whether Rayleigh-Taylor-driven turbulent nuclear burning occurs primarily at large scales or small scales; and at what physical conditions the transition from the flamelet burning regime distributed burning regime takes place.

  • Thierry Poinsot of the European Centre for Research and Advanced Training in Scientific Computation was awarded 4 million hours for a first-time application of a new simulation method called Large Eddy Simulation to the computation of the unsteady reacting flow within a complete helicopter turbine chamber.

  • Andrew Siegel of Argonne was awarded 5 million hours to conduct detailed n
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DOE/Argonne National Laboratory
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