Idaho National Laboratory recently published a news article (https://www.inl.gov/article/worlds-fastest-supercomputers/) featuring their ongoing works collaborated with the CRUNCH group via Dr. Zhen Li. This collaboration work was also tweeted on https://twitter.com/INL/status/999663676515758080, and was retweeted by U.S. Department of Energy. Brown University is their current research partner in the shale energy research, where the mesoscopic methods developed in the CM4 project (https://www.pnnl.gov/computing/cm4/) are used to develop a new way for investigating oil and gas extraction from shale. This demonstrates that CM4 outputs also boost research projects in other national lab.
Idaho National Laboratory collaborates with Brown University
May 31, 2018