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September 10, 2013
Crain
"Argonne researchers rethink supercomputer software"
Argonne researchers already are working on the next generation of supercomputers that could be 1,000 times faster that the current generation systems. Argonne scientists will work with counterparts from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory on the project, called Argo, which is funded by a three-year grant worth $9.8 million from the Department of Energy. | read more>

August 22, 2013
Crain's Chicago Business
"U of C computer researchers will have a hand in South Works remake"
Charlie Catlett, a computer researcher at the Computation Institute run by University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory, is leading a project called LakeSim that will help planners at Skidmore Owings & Merrill LLP to remake the old U.S. Steel South Works plant on the Far South Side. | read more>

August 14, 2013
Indigenous
"Aerosols contributing to climate change in India, China"
Researchers from Argonne, NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies and Columbia Earth Institute, and Columbia University have found that small airborne particles called aerosols (for example, black carbon particles in diesel exhaust and sulfate particles produced by coal burning) in India and China may indirectly contribute to climate change. | read more>

August 13, 2013
Scientific Computing
"ALCF scientist Jeff Hammond awarded Young Achiever in Scalable Computing for 2013"
The IEEE Technical Committee on Scalable Computing (TCSC), an international forum within the IEEE, has named Argonne's Jeff Hammond a Young Achiever in Scalable Computing for 2013. | read more>

August 12, 2013
Data Center Knowledge
"Closer Look: The Argonne MIRA Supercomputer"
Argonne National Laboratory recently held a ceremony to commission Mira, which is currently the world’s fifth-most powerful supercomputer. But as the Voice of America reports, lawmakers are concerned that the U.S. is losing ground in international supercomputing, a field the U.S. has dominated for decades. | read more>

August 12, 2013
Ask Me Anything: Reddit
"ALCF Director Mike Papka hosts an Ask Me Anything"
ALCF Director Mike Papka hosts an Ask Me Anything on Reddit. | read more>

August 9, 2013
InsideHPC
"Podcast: Pete Beckman Describes the Argo OS for Exascale"
In this podcast from The Exascale Report, Pete Beckman from Argonne describes the Argo project, a prototype operating system for future Exascale supercomputers. | read more>

August 5, 2013
Blog: Irving Wladawsky-Berger
"Parallel Supercomputing: Past, Present and Future"
This past May, Argonne convened a Symposium to mark the 30th anniversary of the ACRF. The Symposium looked both at the progress made in parallel computing over the past 30 years and the major trends for the future. | read more>

July 31, 2013
HPCwire
"A Sneak Peek at the Next-Gen Exascale Operating System"
The DOE has funded Argonne to lead a multi-institutional project aimed at developing a prototype exascale operating system and associated runtime software. | read more>

July 19, 2013
Politico
"50 Politicos to Watch: Rayid Ghani"
After working with the Obama re-election campaign, Rayid Ghani plans to adapt their data-driven outreach to nonprofits and the public sector. | read more>


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