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Kathy Yelick to Step Down

After nearly a decade leading the Computing Sciences organization at Berkeley Lab, Yelick will step down as associate lab director at the end of December.

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Berkeley Lab Team Using Deep Learning to Help VA Identify Suicide Risk in Veterans

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Ice Sheet Model Probes Antarctic Vulnerabilities

First full-scale, high-resolution, millennial models examine where the Antarctic Ice Sheet is vulnerable and the possible resulting contributions to sea level rise.

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Mobiliti Models Big Traffic

Mobiliti is a traffic simulator that uses millions of nodes, links, and agents running on NERSC's Cori to model the San Francisco Bay Area's road network.

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ClimateNet: Analyze Globally, Benefit Locally

ClimateNet, a project to bring deep learning methods to identifying important and climate patterns, aims to identify complex weather and climate patterns on a global scale.

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Looking for the Right Stuff to Turn CO2 into Energy

The search for materials to efficiently convert CO2 into energy is being aided by the Materials Project and NERSC.

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    Kathy Yelick to Step Down as ALD for Computing Sciences

    April 17, 2019: Associate Lab Director for Computing Sciences Kathy Yelick will step down at the end of 2019. She will focus on her research and teaching while continuing to advise lab leadership on computing sciences issues. Read More »

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    Envisioning the Future of Machine Learning and Data Analytics

    April 15, 2019: Some 40 early and mid-career applied mathematicians from national labs across the country came together at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) in early April to explore the big, unsolved challenges Department of Energy labs should tackle in the next 10 to 20 years. The gathering also sowed the seeds for future collaborations. Read More »