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February 13, 2013

New MOAB mesh software version released
Scientists use meshes to approximate a geometric domain for solving complex engineering analysis problems. To assist in these efforts, researchers at Argonne have developed the Mesh-Oriented datABase (MOAB), a software component for representing and evaluating mesh data...
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January 31, 2013

High-Performance Computing Enables Huge Leap Forward in Engine Development
High-fidelity simulations allow researchers to understand how injected fuel, air, and combustion products intermingle when the engine is fired up. A multidisciplinary team is using Argonne’s computational resources to develop improved predictive modeling capabilities for engines using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) tools.
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January 29, 2013

New Field Campaigns Selected -- AMF2 heading to Finland in 2014
In January 2014, the second ARM Mobile Facility (AMF2) will be placed amid 50-year-old pines that stand in Hyytiala, Finland, to investigate the formation and evolution of organic aerosols from northern boreal forests, before returning to the California coast for a second marine deployment beginning in December...
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January 28, 2013

Addressing the mathematical challenges of electrical energy systems
Researchers in Argonne's Mathematics and Computer Science Division will lead the new DOE-funded Multifaceted Mathematics for Complex Energy Systems Project to tackle the long-term mathematical challenges arising in complex electrical energy systems...
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January 18, 2013

Argonne researcher contributes to new book on high-performance visualization
Argonne assistant computer scientist Tom Peterka has contributed to a new book that presents the state of the art in scientific visualization. Peterka coauthored two chapters: Parallel Image Compositing Methods and Parallel Integral Curve...
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January 16, 2013

Furthering the Understanding of Coronal Heating and Solar Wind Origin
Two of the most important unsolved problems in heliospheric physics are the origin of the solar wind and the heating of the solar corona. Researchers from the Space Science Center at the University of New Hampshire, led by co-principal investigators Jean Perez and Benjamin Chandran, expect to arrive at new theoretical understandings in this area through their INCITE research at the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility...
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January 14, 2013

Gregory Voth receives theoretical chemistry award
CI faculty and senior fellow Gregory Voth received the 2013 Award in Theoretical Chemistry from the Physical Chemistry Division of the American Chemical Society.
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January 14, 2013

MacArthur Foundation Grant Fuels Computational City Research
The Urban Center for Computation and Data, a new Chicago-based research center using advanced computational methods to understand the rapid growth of cities, will receive a $500,000 grant from the John D...
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January 4, 2013

Meshing the Universe
Researchers at Argonne, with collaborators at the University of Tennessee Knoxville and Kitware Inc., have developed a method for computing tessellations in parallel. The new method has been implemented in a prototype library, called tess, and its use demonstrated during simulations with a petascale cosmology code on the IBM Blue Gene/P at Argonne...
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December 20, 2012

Lois Curfman McInnes of MCS Elected Program Director of SIAG CS&E
Lois Curfman McInnes, a senior computational scientist in Argonne’s MCS Division, has been elected program director of the SIAM Activity Group on Computational Science and Engineering (SIAG CS&E)...
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