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2024 CSA Postdoc Symposium Showcases Early Career Researchers

26 postdocs shared 10-minute presentations with an audience of peers, mentors, and coworkers in this day-long event.

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Machine Learning Opens New Doors in Traumatic Brain Injury Research

A new paper describes how an innovative ML approach can enhance the prognosis and understanding of traumatic brain injury.

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Climate Scientists Consider Category 6 Hurricanes

Can the open-ended Category 5 communicate the risk of hurricane damage in a warming climate?

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A Decade of Success for NWB

As adoption of the Neurodata Without Borders standard grows, training and data sharing opportunities broaden

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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.

News

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Berkeley Lab’s STRUDEL Project Brings UX/UI Methods to Scientific Software Design

February 16, 2024

STRUDEL, an emerging open-science project at Berkeley Lab spearheaded by the Scientific Data Division’s User Experience team, is designed to enhance the development of user-centric software for scientific applications.

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2024 CSA Postdoc Symposium Showcases 26 Early Career Researchers

February 16, 2024

The CS Area recently held its fifth annual Postdoc Symposium at Berkeley Lab, where postdoctoral researchers currently working at the Lab shared 10-minute slide presentations on their exciting projects with an audience of peers, mentors, and coworkers.


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Machine Learning Yields More Efficient Hydrogen Combustion Reactivity Modeling

February 15, 2024

Researchers from Berkeley Lab, UC Berkeley, and Penn State University have shown that active learning-based machine learning atomic force prediction offers a more efficient and computationally affordable alternative to ab initio molecular dynamics in hydrogen combustion modeling.

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Berkeley Lab Affiliate Giulia Guidi Awarded SIAM’s Supercomputing Early Career Prize

February 15, 2024

Berkeley Lab is “where it all began” for this year’s Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Activity Group on Supercomputing Early Career Prize recipient, computer scientist Giulia Guidi.


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Machine Learning Opens New Doors in Traumatic Brain Injury Research

February 12, 2024

In a paper published in Nature Scientific Reports, researchers from Berkeley Lab, UCSF, the Medical College of Wisconsin, and the University of California Berkeley – in conjunction with the TRACK-TBI collaboration – describe how an innovative machine learning approach can enhance the prognosis and understanding of traumatic brain injury and other complex medical conditions.

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In a Warming World, Climate Scientists Consider Category 6 Hurricanes

February 5, 2024

As increasing ocean temperatures contribute to more intense and destructive hurricanes, climate scientists wonder whether the open-ended Category 5 on the Saffir-Simpson Windscale is sufficient to communicate the risk of hurricane damage in a warming climate.