Los Alamos National LaboratoryInformation Science and Technology Institute (ISTI)
Implementing and fostering collaborative research, workforce and program development, and technical exchange

IS&T Projects

Information Science and Technology is one of four pillars at LANL. The following is a list of IS&T projects at LANL.

Contact  

  • Institute Director
  • Stephan Eidenbenz
  • (505) 667-3742
  • Email
  • Institute Deputy Director
  • Kary Myers
  • (505) 606-1455
  • Email
  • Professional Staff Assistant
  • Nickole Aguilar Garcia
  • (505) 665-3048
  • Email

If you would like to add a project, send email to isti@lanl.gov. We also maintain a related page for IS&T software developed at LANL.

Codesign Performance Prediction for Computational Physics
POC: Stephan Eidenbenz
Description: This LDRD DR project aims to build a capability to predict runtime of computational physics methods and codes on novel architectures. It has open-sourced the Simian Discrete event simulation engine.

Empowering the Expert: Machine Learning with User Intelligence
POC: Reid B. Porter

Information-Driven Materials Discovery and Design
POC: Turab Lookman

Next Generation Quantum Molecular Dynamics
POC: Anders M. Niklasson

Extreme Materials at Extreme Scale
POC: Tim Germann
Abstract: The objective of the Exascale Co-design Center for Materials in Extreme Environments (ExMatEx) is to establish the interrelationship among algorithms, system software, and hardware required to develop a multiphysics exascale simulation framework for modeling materials subjected to extreme mechanical and radiation environments. Such a simulation capability will play a key role in solving many of today’s most pressing problems, including producing clean energy, extending nuclear reactor lifetimes, and certifying the aging nuclear stockpile.

Hybrid Quantum-Classical Computing
POC: Rolando Somma
Description: The main goal of this project is to investigate and exploit the performance potential of physically realizable quantum annealers in the context of hard optimization problems.

Visit Blogger Join Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter See our Flickr Photos Watch Our YouTube Videos Find Us on LinkedIn Find Us on iTunesFind Us on GooglePlayFind Us on Instagram