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ACM’s Software System Award Honors Project Jupyter Team

May 2, 2018

The Project Jupyter team has been honored with an ACM Software System Award for developing a tool that has had a lasting influence on computing. Project Jupyter evolved from IPython, an effort pioneered by Fernando Pérez, a staff scientist in Berkeley Lab's CRD. Read More »

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New Employee Profile - May 2018

May 1, 2018

Introducing Michael Blodget, ESnet. Read More »

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Berkeley Lab Hosts Neurodata Without Borders Hackathon

April 27, 2018

Thirty-one neuroscience experts from across the country came to Berkeley Lab last Thursday and Friday to participate in the fifth Neurodata Without Borders: Neurophysiology (NWB:N) project hackathon. Read More »

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Berkeley Lab’s Julian Borrill Elected Co-Spokesperson of CMB-S4

April 26, 2018

Berkeley Lab’s Julian Borrill has been elected co-spokesperson for the CMB-S4 collaboration, the next-generation ground-based experiment to study the Cosmic Microwave Background. Read More »

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Computational Research Division Hosts UC Merced Grad Students

April 25, 2018

On April 19, a group of PhD students from UC Merced, all participants in the National Science Foundation’s Interdisciplinary Computational Graduate Education program, visited Berkeley Lab to learn about the many ways computing can be applied to research problems. Read More »

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Quarterbacking Catalysts by Positioning Atoms

April 18, 2018

Materials science researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory used experiments involving graphene, along with calculations run at NERSC, to better understand how oxygen atoms bind with carbon and turn graphene into a unique catalytic support. Read More »

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Berkeley Lab Researchers Develop Platform for Hosting Science Data Analytics Competitions

April 16, 2018

NNSA is hosting a competition to find innovative algorithms to detect non-natural radiation sources in urban environments, and they've teamed up with researchers in Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research, Nuclear Science and Information Technology divisions to build a Kaggle-inspired data analytics competition platform to host it. Read More »

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Helen Cademartori Named CS Deputy for Operations

April 16, 2018

Helen Cademartori, Biosciences Area Deputy for Operations, is joining the Computing Sciences Area as Deputy for Operations and Operations Deputy for the Computational Research Division (CRD). In her new role, effective mid-May, Cademartori will manage the CS Directorate's Business, Administration, Safety, Property and Information Technology staff. Jonathan Carter, currently CS Deputy and Division Deputy for CRD, will continue in those roles with the new title of CS Deputy of Science. His… Read More »

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Tiny Distortions Reveal Clearer Picture of Strands in Cosmic Web

April 10, 2018

Scientists have decoded faint distortions in the patterns of the universe’s earliest light to map huge tubelike structures invisible to our eyes – known as filaments – that serve as superhighways for delivering matter to dense hubs such as galaxy clusters. Read More »

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Pagoda: Communication Software Libraries for Exascale Computing

April 5, 2018

Berkeley Lab's Scott Baden leads a project directed at providing lightweight communication and global address space support for exascale applications. The effort is known as the Pagoda project. ECP Communications spoke with Baden about the effort. Read More »