In Berkeley Lab's Computational Chemistry, Materials, and Climate Group, the future of quantum information science is being driven in part by a group of women scientists who see that future — and theirs along with it — as quite bright.
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The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has named Berkeley Lab’s cybersecurity expert Sean Peisert to the Information Science and Technology (ISAT) Study Group for a three-year term beginning this summer.
Strides in quantum computing software developed at Berkeley Lab are opening up new possibilities for scientific breakthroughs.
A computer code (Project Jupyter) co-developed by Berkeley Lab's Fernando Perez and embraced by the global science community over two decades has been hailed by Nature Magazine as one of “ten computer codes that transformed science.”
How much do the effects of climate change contribute to extreme weather events? A new study investigated the question for one particular element of one significant storm: Hurricane Harvey.
Robert Saye, a scientist in CRD’s Mathematics group at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; and Ariful Azad, an affiliate scientist in CRD’s Performance and Algorithms Research group and assistant professor of intelligent systems engineering at Indiana University, have each received 2021 Early Career Research Program awards from the Department of Energy’s Office of Science.