Ames Lab launching $3.2M project to develop software for exascale computing for chemistry of catalysis

By mmillikin The US Department of Energy’s Ames Laboratory is launching a four-year, $3.2-million project to develop software that will bring the power of exascale computers to the computational study and design of catalytic materials.

Ames Laboratory scientist Mark Gordon, also the Francis M. Craig Distinguished Professor of Chemistry at Iowa State University, will lead the laboratory’s project. Old Dominion University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Virginia Tech, and EP Analytics are named as partner institutions in the effort.

The scientific inspiration behind the project, said Gordon, is mesoporous nanoparticles, an area of expertise for the laboratory’s Division Chemical and Biological Sciences. Full of tiny

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