Applied Mathematics and Computational Research Division
The Applied Mathematics & Computational Research Division conducts research and development in mathematical modeling, simulation and analysis, algorithm design, computer system architecture, and high-performance software implementation.
We collaborate directly with scientists across LBNL, the Department of Energy, and industry to solve some of the world’s most challenging computational problems in a broad range of scientific and engineering fields, including materials science, biology, climate modeling, astrophysics, fusion science, and many others. Read More »
The Applied Mathematics Department develops advanced mathematical models and efficient computational algorithms for solving scientific and engineering problems of interest to the Department of Energy, including in particular those related to energy and the environment. Read More »
The newly formed Mathematics Department at Berkeley Lab is comprised of three groups: Software Design for Experimental Science, Math for Experimental Data Analysis, and the Mathematics Group. Together, these groups develop an integrated, cross-disciplinary approach to bringing state-of-the-art mathematics to challenging problems across the Department of Energy. Read More »