Valuing Nuclear Energy
Correctly valuing nuclear energy is important for the United States, as nuclear power has unique advantages in certain environments.
Microprocessors and Line Spacing: The End of an Era
Moore’s law has been an important foundation of modern computing, but is likely to end due to “line spacing” constraints on circuits, absent a leap-ahead technology such as quantum or organic computing.
The Basis for Decisions in a High-Tech World
Leaders need to understand advanced modeling and simulation technology, as it forms the basis for many key decisions in business and government service.
Meta-Learning and the Skills to Learn New Skills
The gap between the skills needed by the U.S. workforce and the skills they currently have is widening, particularly in the field of advanced modeling and simulation that can enhance U.S. competitiveness.
Energy, Prosperity, and Informed Discourse
Energy is a very complicated and sometimes controversial topic. To make conversations more productive, they should be held in the context of a commonly understood framework.
Blockchaining the World
Blockchain can be thought of as a trust mechanism that has the potential to bring new levels of trusted transactions across a variety of industries.
Transforming Insight: Corporate Near Death Experiences
Advanced modeling and simulation creates new insights into the way the world works and fundamentally changes the ways businesses think of their products.
Advanced Modeling and Simulation: Transforming the Ways We Understand How the World Works
Advanced modeling and simulation, enabled by high performance computing, is revealing previously unknowable physical behaviors and is changing the ways we think about the cars, airplanes, pharmaceuticals, energy and other things that are part of our everyday life.
National Labs and the Engine of American Innovation
National Laboratories are little-known jewels that have powered American innovation since the early 20th century, providing lessons and best practices in research and technology investment that are applicable to both the public and private sector.
Quantum Mechanics and the Next Revolution in Computing
With quantum computing, we are entering a new era of how we think about computing. This is similar to the early days of classic computing, where technology enabled entirely new types of problem-solving.