Tag Archives: Los Alamos National Laboratory

Tina Dolph, President & CEO of Siemens Government Technologies, Added to 2019 Wash100 for Energy Efficiency Leadership

Executive Mosaic is happy to announce that Tina Dolph, president and CEO of Siemens Government Technologies, has been selected to the 2019 edition of the Wash100 — Executive Mosaic’s annual selection of the most influential voices in the government contracting arena — for her 20 years of leadership experience in government and her efforts modernizing energy for a number of military facilities. This marks her first Wash100 award.

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General Atomics Seeks to Expand Tech Development Efforts Through New Mexico Facility

General Atomics has established an office in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in a move to expand its presence and technology development efforts in the region. The company said Monday its new office in Innovate ABQ’s Lobo Rainforest building offers General Atomics Electromagnetic Systems an opportunity to connect with local contractors, entrepreneurs and laboratories. “We’re looking forward to …

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D-Wave Unveils US Gov’t Subsidiary, Names Independent Board Members

D-Wave Systems has established a new subsidiary that will work to provide quantum computer systems to U.S. government agencies and has appointed executives that will serve on the subsidiary’s independent board. The company said Tuesday Jeffrey Harris, chairman of the U.S. Geospatial Intelligence Foundation and former president of special programs at Lockheed …

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DOE Selects 43 Small Businesses for Clean Energy Projects Under 2nd Round of SB Vouchers Pilot

The Energy Department has selected 43 small businesses to collaborate with 12 national laboratories to develop next-generation clean energy technology as part of the $8 million second round of the Small Business Vouchers pilot program. The small businesses will each receive vouchers worth up to $300,000 and the opportunity to work with the various …

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UbiQD Eyes Solar Energy Applications for Quantum Dot Technology

The National Science Foundation has awarded UbiQD a 12-month, $225,000 grant to advance research and development on luminescent solar-concentrating glass windows with quantum dot coatings under the Small Business Innovation Research Phase I program. The Los Alamos National Laboratory and University of Milano-Bicocca in Italy originally helped create the solar energy …

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DOE Aims to Help Commercialize 2 Energy Technologies From Los Alamos Nat’l Lab

The Department of Energy has awarded $850,000 in funds to support groundwater restoration and fractured rock characterization projects at the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico under DOE’s Technology Commercialization Fund. DOE picked a total of 54 energy technology projects that involve collaboration between 12 national laboratories and 52 companies as part of an effort to help businesses move technologies from …

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Seagate, Los Alamos Lab Enter Supercomputer Data Archiving Tech R&D Agreement

Seagate Technology and Los Alamos National Laboratory have entered a cooperative research-and-development agreement to study a new storage tier both entities believe could help supercomputers at the lab house data at reduced energy usage rates. Seagate said Monday it will collaborate with LANL to create a power-managed disk and software system and design the …

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Centerra to Provide Protective Force Staff for Los Alamos National Lab

Facility management services contractor Centerra Group has received a potential five-year contract from Los Alamos National Security to provide security police personnel and other protective force services support for Los Alamos National Laboratory in Santa Fe, New Mexico. LANS awarded the contract through a competitive acquisition process, Centerra said Tuesday. …

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DOE, Nvidia to Collaborate on Open-Source HPC Compiler Development

Nvidia has partnered with three U.S. Energy Department-funded national laboratories and the National Nuclear Security Administration to build an open source compiler technology for high-performance computing systems. Nvidia’s PGI software business, NNSA and the Los Alamos, Sandia and Lawrence Livermore national laboratories will collaborate on the development of a Fortran-based architecture that …

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Los Alamos National Lab to Use D-Wave Computer for Quantum Annealing Research; Mark Anderson Comments

D-Wave Systems will install a quantum computing platform at Los Alamos National Laboratory early next year to support the lab’s research collaboration efforts with universities and within the Energy Department. Los Alamos and its research partners will use the D-Wave 2X system to study potential capabilities of quantum annealing technology …

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Penguin Computing to Produce High-Performance Computers for Nat’l Labs; Doug Wade Comments

Penguin Computing has been awarded a $39 million contract to produce high-performance computing systems for use in stockpile stewardship tasks at the Los Alamos, Sandia and Lawrence Livermore national laboratories. Lawrence Livermore picked Penguin Computing to provide more than 7 Petaflops of computing as part of the National Nuclear Security Administration‘s …

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