|Mathematics and Computer Science Division|
Focused on increasing scientific productivity by providing intellectual and technical leadership in the computing sciences, including computer science, applied computational mathematics, and computational science.
|Nuclear Applications Group|
Conducts research on non-destructive inspection, examination, and assay. Programs include supporting the Argonne National Lab in applied accelerator physics and engineering.
|Nuclear Material and Technology Security (NMTS) [Nonproliferation]: Technology Development Division, Programs|
Applies Argonne's capabilities and technical expertise to activities aimed at limiting the ability of proliferant nations to develop nuclear weapons. Features an overview of program areas: nuclear export control; nuclear material protection, control, and accounting; nonproliferation information systems; and development of civilian employment for former WMD scientists in Russia.
Research programs in studying the properties of nuclei and atoms including using a heavy-ion accelerator to study the structure of the nucleus and how the nucleus is affected by spinning or heating it. Includes information on sections, particle accelerators, news, conferences, employment, photos and contact details.
|Process Modeling and Aerosol Techniques [Aerosols Characterization]: Technology Development Division|
The Process Modeling and Aerosol Techniques Group characterizes analytically and experimentally the formation and transport of aerosols formed from the condensation of vapors. Various phenomena related to homogeneous and heterogeneous nucleation, aerosol agglomeration, and aerosol deposition by inertial, turbulent eddy, thermophoretics, and diffusion mechanisms are studied.
|Programs: Technology Development Division (ANL)|
The Technology Development Programs span a number of advanced technology R&D initiatives, as well as support programs for DOE activities in environmental restoration and waste management, nonproliferation, and arms control.
|Reactor Analysis and Engineering Division|
Formed by the merger of the former Reactor Analysis and Reactor Engineering Divisions.
|Structural Biology Center|
Operates a national user facility for macromolecular crystallography.
Technology Development (TD) is a division of Argonne National Laboratory (ANL). TD focuses on R&D in nuclear-related technologies, including nonproliferation (RERTR), environmental remediation (Decontamination & Decommissioning), fusion power, and new initiatives in a variety of promising technologies (lasers, robotics, advanced computing, aerosols).
|Technology Initiatives Program [Advanced Computing, Robotics, Laser Applications]: Technology Development Division (ANL), Programs|
The Technology Initiatives Program of ANL's Technology Development Division is currently focussed on advanced computing, robotics, and laser applications.