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Quantum Evolution

A leading expert in quantum computing, Bert de Jong discusses why quantum computing matters, where it is today, and the potential of this emerging technology to change science.

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Improving Training for Scientific Machine Learning

Neural networks can be difficult to train and employ on large-scale science problems. That's why Berkeley Lab researchers are devising new training methods tailored to scientific machine learning.

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WarpX Goes Exascale

The ECP-funded WarpX Project has spent the last six years creating a novel, highly parallel, and highly optimized single-source simulation code for modeling plasma-based particle colliders on cutting-edge exascale supercomputers.

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EQSIM's Sophisticated Earthquake Simulations

A collaboration involving scientists and computing resources from Berkeley Lab will publicly release its most accurate earthquake simulations to date.

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Machine Learning Helps Process Large Bioimaging Datasets

Berkeley Lab scientists used several machine learning techniques in a pipeline to segment and identify cryo-ET cell membrane structures.

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HUNTRESS: Expanding an Understanding of Tumor Progression

The latest developments in computational oncology are giving medical researchers a glimpse into a future where they’ll be able to understand tumor progression via supercomputers and advanced mathematical algorithms.

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Breakthrough in Quantum Universal Gate Sets

Berkeley Lab's Advanced Quantum Testbed team demonstrates a three-qubit native quantum gate with high fidelity


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Berkeley Lab Celebrates 20 Years of the Alvarez Fellowship

June 6, 2023

This year, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) is celebrating yet another milestone: the 20th anniversary of the Luis W. Alvarez Fellowship in Computing Sciences.

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Berkeley Lab Computing Sciences Takes Novel Approach to Science Workforce Development and Diversity

May 31, 2023

The Sustainable Research Pathways (SRP) program has been connecting students from underrepresented communities and institutions to scientists and staff at Berkeley Lab for nearly a decade to facilitate research collaborations and bolster workforce development and diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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Berkeley Lab’s Novel Method for Modeling Fluids at the Mesoscale

May 22, 2023

Recently, Berkeley Lab researchers developed a continuum FHD model that efficiently harnesses the power of cutting-edge exascale supercomputers to simulate the transport phenomenai n fluid mixtures.

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Quantum-Inspired Artwork Unveiled

April 18, 2023

For World Quantum Day on April 14, Berkeley Lab’s Computing Sciences Area celebrated the interdisciplinary collaboration between the Advanced Quantum Testbed (AQT) at Berkeley Lab and the California-based contemporary visual artist Benjamin Arizmendi.

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Quantum Evolution

April 13, 2023

A leading expert in quantum computing, Bert de Jong discusses why quantum computing matters, where it is today, and the potential of this emerging technology to change science.

Patricia Gonzalez ISQED23 Best Paper

Berkeley Lab Researchers Awarded ISQED’23 Best Paper

April 4, 2023

The International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED’23) recognized researchers in Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s (Berkeley Lab’s) Computer Architecture Group with a Best Paper Award for “An Area Efficient Superconducting Unary CNN Accelerator.”