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Billy Epting
Working for NETL at its research site in Albany, Oregon, has provided Billy Epting with an abundance of opportunities to explore his true passions — developing solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) and solid oxide electrolysis cell (SOEC) technology to address climate change and enjoying the beauty of the Pacific Northwest with his family.
Students from local colleges and universities recently toured NETL-Pittsburgh.
NETL recently hosted a contingent of undergraduate students from colleges and universities in western Pennsylvania without large in-house research programs as part of an initiative to expand the talent pool of next-generation researchers with skills in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
Justin Weber presenting at the recent AI Expo for National Competitiveness.
NETL’s Justin Weber explained how cutting-edge applications of artificial intelligence (AI) are revolutionizing the nation’s energy systems analysis activities during the AI Expo for National Competitiveness in Washington, D.C.
Simulations with non-spherical particles (glued-sphere particle model) are one of the new capabilities available in the MFiX 24.1 release.
NETL has announced the release of Multiphase Flow with Interphase eXchanges (MFiX) Version 24.1, the latest upgrade to multiphase computational fluid dynamics software used to shorten the time and cost associated with developing new power generation technologies.
Aerial photograph of the Washington Monument
NETL projects to realize a transformed American energy sector using artificial intelligence (AI) and other technologies were shared during the first AI Expo for National Competitiveness organized by the Arlington, VA-based foundation Special Competitive Studies Project, held in Washington, D.C. May 7-8.
Stock image of an oil rig in tumultuous waters.
NETL researchers successfully used the Laboratory’s Joule 2.0 supercomputer to create synthetic physics-based tropical cyclone wave simulations that help provide insights into the behavior of extreme waves in the Gulf of Mexico.
Advanced analytical model for environmental safety.
NETL publicly released an award-winning analytical tool that uses advanced big data computing, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and advanced analytical models to evaluate energy infrastructure integrity — a capability that can lead to effective cost savings and improved operational measures for environmental safety.
National Science Bowl trophies
Winners of NETL’s regional Science Bowl competitions for students in western Pennsylvania and West Virginia tested their knowledge in math, science, engineering and technology (STEM) topics at the 2024 National Science Bowl held April 25-29 in Washington, D.C.
Animated up close image of an active microchip
NETL researchers used the Laboratory’s Joule 2.0 supercomputer to provide a clearer picture of subsurface geological formations that could be used to effectively store captured carbon dioxide (CO2) and to address any potential issues with integrity. 
Headshot of Tammie Borders
As NETL’s new associate director for Computational Sciences & Engineering (CSE), Tammie Borders knows the clock is ticking in the battle against climate change and understands the urgent need to expand the Lab’s capabilities in high-performance computing (HPC) to find solutions.