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What Is the Size of the Atomic Nucleus  

SciDAC collaboration calculates size of the atomic nucleus of calcium-48.
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SciDAC PI Wins Top American Physical Society AwardExternal link

Joe Carlson (Los Alamos National Laboratory) the lead PI for Nuclear Computational Low Energy Initiative, a SciDAC partenrship co-funded by the Office of Nuclear Physics, has been awarded the 2017 American Physical Society Herman Feshbach Prize in Theoretical Nuclear PhysicsExternal link

ASCR Mathematician Wins Prestigious Optimization PrizeExternal link

Sven Leyffer at ANL wins the 2016 Farkas Prize from the INFORMS Optimization Society for a mid-career researcher with outstanding contributions to the field of optimization.
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