Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Current Issue February 2021


The Road to Exascale Computing

The exascale era will introduce the world to supercomputers, like the Laboratory’s forthcoming
El Capitan, that perform calculations faster than ever before.

Featured article | Inside this issue

Charting the Nation’s Energy Use

For nearly half a century, the Laboratory has created unique one-page charts that diagram the nation’s energy use and consumption in an easy-to-understand format.


Celebrating Science and Engineering Outreach

Now in its 11th year, the Lawrence Livermore–Las Positas College Science and Engineering Seminar Series provides Livermore scientists and engineers a forum to share their research with students, faculty, and the Tri-Valley community.


Dense Plasma Focus Back in the Spotlight

A technology once rejected for fusion power plants now supports a promising new flash neutron imaging capability



Commentary by Bruce Hendrickson

Associate Director for Computing

To Exascale and Beyond


The Laboratory in the News

Awards

Patents


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