General Lab Information

Computational Science Laboratory

Within the Computational Science Laboratory, experts in high-performance computing, applied mathematics, and domain sciences work together to develop, adapt, and optimize advanced scalable algorithms to solve problems in computational physics, biology, chemistry, materials science, and energy and environmental sciences with increasingly faster supercomputers. Primarily, researchers collaborate in areas impacting data-intensive applications, performance-specific workflows, and novel computing architectures.

Quantum Computing Group

The Quantum Computing Group addresses quantum information science research challenges ranging from novel algorithms and materials for the next generation of quantum computers to new quantum devices and sensors. QCG conducts leading-edge research into quantum algorithms, programming models, and optimization schemes, and optimized design of advanced quantum systems, networks and the quantum Internet. The group is a member of the Northeast Quantum Systems Center (NEQsys), a collaboration led by Brookhaven Lab that includes northeastern-based universities and industrial partners.

High Performance Computing Group

The High Performance Computing Group tackles large-scale computational challenges across different domains through the design, development and optimization of novel algorithms, programming models and software tools. The group excels in scalable numerical algorithms and parallel programming techniques, and group members contribute to projects in nuclear physics, high energy physics, climate science, materials science, biology, computational chemistry, and other domains. Thr group develops computational tools that utilize next-generation computer architectures to accelerate scientific discoveries through advanced computing.

Computational Science Lab Projects


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