Bringing supercomputers and experiments together to accelerate discoveries Science With Argonne’s Nexus effort, researchers are working to accelerate data-intensive science via the development of an integrated research infrastructure. Get Ready for Aurora Aurora Argonne’s upcoming exascale supercomputer, Aurora, will leverage several technological innovations to support cutting-edge machine learning and data-intensive workloads alongside more traditional modeling and simulation campaigns. Aurora Updates Aurora Science and User News Argonne Aurora Walk About Video HPCwire Argonne Researchers Enhance MadGraph Code for Next-Gen Supercomputing Challenges HPCwire Extreme weather like this cold spell could be new normal for Chicago, expert says CBS News Year in review: Argonne highlights from 2023 Argonne Learn More About Aurora ATPESC alumni find success in extreme-scale computing HPC Training The annual Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing has become a defining chapter in the professional journeys of many attendees. The 2024 call for applications is now open through March 10. Scientists use AI to identify new materials for carbon capture Science With help from ALCF’s Polaris supercomputer, researchers used generative AI techniques to identify environmentally friendly metal-organic framework materials. Meet Carissa Holohan, computer architect Staff ALCF’s Holohan plays a critical role in maintaining and optimizing Argonne’s high performance computing systems, including the new Aurora supercomputer. Argonne researchers enhance MadGraph code for Aurora Aurora As part of a series aimed at sharing best practices in preparing applications for Aurora, we highlight researchers' efforts to optimize codes to run efficiently on GPU-based systems.