ZAEL 1, Inc., a Miami, Florida startup, has entered into an exclusive research and development license with commercial option for an ORNL standoff spectroscopy detection system.
Raphael C. Pooser and Benjamin Lawrie have been recognized as authors of one of Optica’s top 15 most-cited papers for 2015 for "Ultrasensitive measurement of microcantilever displacement below the shot-noise limit," Optica 2, 393-399 (2015).
Achievement: Designed a polymer for selective and reversible carbon dioxide (CO2) capture. Significance and Impact: The new polymer that is based on amidines can provide a more efficient alternative to conventional polyethyleneimine (PEI) based solid-sorb
Overview: Recent advances and success stories in Additive Manufacturing (AM) or 3D printing have resulted in references to the process as the “next industrial revolution.” Producing parts without defects or that will adhere to failure standards are part
Achievement: Developed analysis tools for analyzing system logs from Titan, Jaguar and Eos systems from OLCF to extract characteristics of interest and created fault catalogue. Significance and Impact: Understanding the characteristics of system failures
Achievement: Developed a novel warm-reboot capability for the operating system (OS) in extreme-scale high-performance computing (HPC) systems to enable recovery from OS failures with minimal impact on running scientific applications. Significance and Impa
Achievement: Developed an end-to-end data transfer framework, named LADS, for bulk data transfer for terabit networks that is optimized for parallel file systems on both the source and sink.
Achievement: Devised a novel and accurate computational technique for investigating the self-assembly of large macromolecules, and used this method to reveal the initial stages of self-assembly of the carboxysome, the prototype bacterial micro-compartment.