In summer 2023, ORNL's Prasanna Balaprakash was invited to speak at a roundtable discussion focused on the importance of academic artificial intelligence research and development hosted by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the
A team from DOE’s Oak Ridge, Los Alamos and Sandia National Laboratories has developed a new solver algorithm that reduces the total run time of the Model for Prediction Across Scales-Ocean, or MPAS-Ocean, E3SM’s ocean circulation model, by 45%.
A team of researchers from the University of Southern California, the Renaissance Computing Institute at the University of North Carolina, and Oak Ridge, Lawrence Berkeley and Argonne National Laboratories have received a grant from the U.S.
Despite its futuristic essence, artificial intelligence has a history that can be traced through several decades, and the ORNL has played a major role.
A team of computational scientists at ORNL has generated and released datasets of unprecedented scale that provide the ultraviolet visible spectral properties of over 10 million organic molecules.
On Nov. 1, about 250 employees at Oak Ridge National Laboratory gathered in person and online for Quantum on the Quad, an event designed to collect input for a quantum roadmap currently in development.
This summer, ORNL welcomed more than 500 students to campus through the lab’s range of internship programs, which are offered in areas such as biology, national security and computing.