Monica Hernandez has joined Berkeley Lab in the newly created role of quantum communications lead. Hernandez has traveled extensively and is an advocate for space travel, research, and exploration in her spare time. She sits in CRD's Quantum Information Science and Technology group.
Hope for Slowing Rising Seas
A Decade in the Life of Nyx
Student Researcher Honored by Forbes Magazine
Seeking Machine Learning & Analytics Group Leader
Postdoc Symposium Redux
Computational Biosciences Expands its Reach
New Group Enhances Berkeley Lab QIS Research
A new study predicts that sea-level rise could be halved this century (from today to 2100) if we meet the Paris Agreement target of limiting global warming to 1.5°C. This work combines nearly 900 simulations, including some of Berkeley Lab Computational Scientist Dan Martin's BISICLES models of Antarctic ice sheets.
A virtual workshop on autonomous discovery in science and engineering sponsored by Berkeley Lab’s Center for Advanced Mathematics for Energy Research Applications (CAMERA) attracted hundreds of scientists from around the world, reflecting the growing interest in this emerging field.
A coding project born out of the Computing Sciences Area has helped advance the field of cosmology and ready it for the age of exascale computing.
Sarafina Nance, a graduate student currently working in CRD's Computational Cosmology Center, has been recognized by Forbes magazine as one of 30 Inspirational Women.
Last month, 20 postdoctoral fellows from across the Computing Sciences Area presented their work in exascale computing, computational science, machine learning, quantum computing, data management and analysis, and much more at Berkeley Lab's Computing Sciences 2021 Postdoc Symposium.