High-speed experiments improve hypersonic flight predictions
When traveling at five times the speed of sound or faster, the tiniest bit of turbulence is more than a bump in the road, said Katya Casper, the Sandia aerospace engineer who, for the first time, characterized the vibrational effect of the pressure field beneath one of these tiny hypersonic turbulent spots.
Breakthroughs in neuromorphic computing demonstrate high efficiency, performance
Sandia researchers and collaborators at Stanford University and the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, recently have made breakthroughs in neuromorphic computing, which mimics the way the human brain carries out data-centric tasks.
Heroux is SIAM fellow
Michael Heroux, senior scientist at Sandia’s Center for Computing Research, has been selected as a fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. The SIAM Fellows Program honored Mike for research, leadership and building community in software and algorithms for scientific and high-performance computing.