Articles Archive for October 2014
In a Nature Physics paper published in October, Zhiping Yin, Kristjan Haule, and Gabriel Kotliar of Rutgers University compute the dynamic spin structure factors of 15 iron-based materials, including several high-temperature superconductors, in unprecedented detail.
A team of researchers, led by Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s Pratul Agarwal, is seeking to obtain key insights into the fundamental underpinnings of how enzymes work and, in particular, what makes them such great catalysts.
A total of 21 students completed summer internships at the OLCF. Here’s a look into the experiences of a few of this year’s OLCF summer students.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL’s) Bronson Messer shared his knowledge on this subject during the 2014 International Summer School on AstroComputing (ISSAC), held at the University of California’s High-Performance AstroComputing Center (UC-HiPACC) in San Diego, from July 21 to August 1.
A team from the OLCF accompanied Tiny Titan to Washington D.C. on September for the inaugural National Lab Day on the Hill.