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As the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE's) Exascale Computing Project (ECP) works towards its goal of creating computing systems at least 50 times faster than the nation’s most powerful supercomputers in use today, it needs research on how hardware and software will work together at these unprecedented speeds. As part of a 4-year $48 million funding award to tackle this challenge, the ECP recently selected four "co-design" centers, including one led at Argonne National Laboratory by CI Director Ian Foster.

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Superconductors have made advanced technologies such as MRI machines, superconducting generators, and particle accelerators possible in our modern world.

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Everyone in the automotive industry wants to build a better engine, one that gets higher gas mileage, produces less emissions, and stills provides the power that drivers want.

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Vadim Sokolov, Transportation Research and Analysis Computing Center, Argonne National Laboratory
October 02, 2014
Argonne National Lab, TCS Building 240, Room 5172, broadcast via Adobe Connect

In this talk we consider the problem of estimating the state of traffic flow using filtering techniques that rely on an analytical model of traffic flow.

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After a successful first run last fall, the Computation Institute hosted a second round of lightning talks -- short talks about CI researc