Advancing the Science of Computing

The Advanced Computing, Mathematics, and Data (ACMD) Division focuses on basic and applied computing research encompassing data and computational engineering, data science, machine intelligence, high-performance computing, and applied mathematics to support R&D efforts spanning across all Pacific Northwest National Laboratory mission areas.

Our scientists and engineers design next-generation algorithms to analyze, model, and visualize complex systems; develop new artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) methods and tools; apply co-design principles to optimize the performance and energy efficiency of future heterogeneous and reconfigurable computing systems; develop, deploy, and operate advanced software and data architectures; apply mathematical modeling and simulation to discover new chemicals and materials; and contribute to advance autonomic control for cyber-enabled infrastructures.

Featured Stories

SEPTEMBER 29, 2022
Staff Accomplishment

Advancing Model Predictive Control for Buildings

PNNL’s Ján Drgoňa and Draguna Vrabie are part of an international team that authored a most-cited paper on Model Predictive Control, an approach for improving operations, energy efficiency, and comfort in buildings.
MARCH 1, 2022
Staff Accomplishment

BOPTEST Paper Earns Journal Award

Four research staff from PNNL are part of an international team that earned top honors for a journal paper focused on a new algorithm-evaluation approach for buildings.