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Steel and Aluminum Manufacturing
Solving challenges using HPC modeling using HPC modeling, simulation, and data analysis. Outcomes range from improved product quality to acceleration or elimination of product testing.Visit Site
Accelerating the discovery and adoption of new materials that operate in extreme conditions for energy applications. Examples range from high-temperature, corrosion-resistant metals to new catalysts for hydrogen production.Visit Site
Speeding up the discovery, design, and development of energy efficient mobility systems. Resulting impacts on transportation include reduced energy consumption, lowered costs, and improved accessibility.
Enabling improved reservoir management and production enhancement; autonomous monitoring of wells, reservoirs, and stored CO2; and better characterization and mitigation of induced seismicity.
The program pays labs up to $300K for industry access to HPC resources and expertise; industry pays at least 20% of project costs (cash or in-kind).
During a semiannual solicitation process, companies may submit two-page concept papers describing ideas for projects of up to one year duration.
If a concept is accepted, a lab principal investigator is assigned to help the company develop a full proposal.
Following proposal approval, DOE provides the company with a short-form cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) to initiate the project.
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