Share the Excitement of Science (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)
N. Lee Prince, firstname.lastname@example.org
Modeling and simulation on advanced computing systems are signature capabilities of the national laboratories. Pacific Northwest is unique in the diversity of Computational Science & Engineering projects currently being carried out. Our expertise includes Advanced Process Simulation; Applied Mathematics; Atmospheric Chemistry; Biology; Chemistry; Climate; Computational Materials Science; Future Technology; Imaging Science; Mechanical & Materials Engineering; Problem-Solving Environments; and Reactive Transport. Computational science has grown into a third branch of science, a partner with theory and experiments. It is becoming possible to solve the complex equations that describe natural phenomena with an accuracy comparable to, and sometimes exceeding experimental measurements. These advances help address DOE's Science mission and provide the technologies for modeling and engineering capabilities for DOE's Energy Resources and Environmental Quality missions.