Led by investigators at the Northwestern-Argonne Institute of Science and Engineering, researchers are designing a smart new way to monitor our surroundings, from natural ecosystems to urban infrastructure
NSF Mid-Scale research award will support the Sage project, a novel cyberinfrastructure created to exploit dramatic improvements in artificial intelligence technology. The goal: to build a continent-spanning network of smart sensors.
Kung, Odom Awarded American Chemical Society National Awards
Senior Fellow Harold Kung and NU Chemistry Department Chair Teri Odom honored with the George A. Olah Award in Hydrocarbon or Petroleum Chemistry from the American Chemical Society. Congratulations!
Argonne Leadership Computing Facility’s Simulation, Data, and Learning Workshop
This workshop runs from Tuesday, Oct. 1, to Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Building 240 TCS Conference. The workshop will help researchers improve the performance and productivity of simulation, data science, and machine learning applications on ALCF systems. Please visit this website for more information and register by 9/6 if you are a foreign national, by 9/13 if you are a U.S. citizen.
Chemists uncover rules of thumb to help with computational screening of MOF catalysts
NAISE fellow Justin Notestein’s work on screening metal organic frameworks for activity for particular reactions such as methane activation, a collaboration with Andrew Rosen and Randall Snurr of Northwestern, was highlighted in Chemical and Engineering news
Two NAISE fellows highlighted as women in leadership roles at Argonne National Laboratory
Cristina Negri leads the Environmental Science Division. Amanda Petford-Long is the Chair of Argonne’s Chief Research Officer Council (CROC) .
NAISE Fellows Among World's Most Cited
NAISE Fellows Joseph Hupp, Mercouri Kanatzidis and Sonbinh Nguyen among world’s most cited. Clarivate list spotlights Northwestern University’s research excellence, including cross-disciplinary strengths
Argonne and Northwestern partner on development of clean water technologies, science
NAISE Senior Fellows Aaron Packman, Director of Northwestern’s Center for Water Research, and Yupo Lin of Argonne and developer of Resin Wafer Electrodeionization technology, are collaborating with many others at the laboratory and university and the University of Chicago to develop the science and technology to increase the availability of clean water
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