Researchers are investigating a new material that uses pores to screen out and capture for reuse the xenon and krypton gases released during nuclear fuel reprocessing. This metal organic framework (MOF) has the potential to save energy, make reprocessing cleaner and less expensive.
Liquids and Surfaces Moving in Synergy
Preparing for a Quantum-Classical Computing Future
Berkeley Lab’s OpenMSI Licensed to ImaBiotech
Updated Workflows for New LHC Era
Berkeley Lab researchers in the Computing Sciences Division have developed a new mathematical framework that allows researchers to capture fluid dynamics at unprecedented detail. The work could be used in a range of applications, like optimizing the shape of a propeller blade and the ejection of ink droplets in printers.
Wes Bethel, who leads CRD’s Data Analytics and Visualization Group, presented State-of-the-Art Report paper “In Situ Methods, Infrastructures and Applications on High Performance Computing Platforms” at the Eurovis 2016 conference last week. The conference was held June 6-10 at the University of Groningen in the Netherlands.
Berkeley Lab Alvarez Fellow Jarrod McClean is preparing for a quantum-classical computing future by yoking quantum processors with classical HPC systems into a hybrid computer.