Wednesday, Sep 5, 2018

To capture and control the process of fusion that powers the sun and stars in facilities on Earth called tokamaks, scientists must confront disruptions that can halt the reactions and damage the doughnut-shaped devices.  Now an artificial intelligence system under development at the U.S.

Tuesday, Sep 4, 2018

With the goal of creating next-generation computing power to support high-energy physics research, the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced today that Princeton University will lead a new NSF-funded coalition of 17 research universities to be called the Institute for Research and Innovation in Software for High Energy Physics (IRIS-HEP...

Thursday, Jul 26, 2018

As thunderstorms rumbled across the region, fifty-six high energy physics graduate students and twelve presenters from across the United States, as well as from India, Pakistan, France, and Norway, gathered at the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science (PCTS) to attend the Computational and Data...

Friday, Jun 15, 2018

In scientific research, results don’t just have to be good—they have to be reproducible. Members of the PICSciE-affiliated research team are achieving both, as they apply a deep-learning AI approach to the problem of disruption forecasting in tokamak fusion plasmas.

Thursday, May 17, 2018
Inventor Jeroen Tromp, the Blair Professor of Geology and professor of geosciences and applied and computational mathematics