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Windus Makes Invited Talk at SC17: Taking the Nanoscale to the Exascale

[PHOTO]Theresa WindusTheresa Windus, an Ames Laboratory associate in the Chemical and Biological Sciences division and a professor in the Department of Chemistry at Iowa State University, gave an invited talk at SC17, the international conference for high performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis. Windus’ talk focused on the challenges that computational chemistry faces in taking the equations that model the very small (molecules and the reactions they undergo) to efficient and scalable implementations on the very large computers of today and tomorrow. 

Read more at the SC17 Website

Also at SC17, the Ames Laboratory featured a high-profile poster, “Heterogeneous catalysis on nanoparticles.” The conference was held Nov. 12-17, 2017, in Denver, CO.

[PHOTO]Ames Laboratory high-profile poster