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Jacob Gayles in lab

U.S. Air Force selects USF physicist to identify new methods to improve efficiency and eco-friendliness of computers

New funding will allow Jacob Gayles to explore materials to create more efficient technologies while reducing cost and waste.

March 8, 2023Research and Innovation

Atomically resolved structure of shock-compressed billion-atom diamond sample displays the complex mechanism of inelastic deformations at extreme pressures and temperature. Credit: J. Willman, Materials Simulation Lab, Oleynik Group

USF physicists selected as finalists for the ‘Nobel Prize of supercomputing’

A team of computational physicists and computer scientists led by researchers from the University of South Florida has reached a new milestone in supercomputing and was selected as a finalist for the field’s most prestigious award.

November 16, 2021Honors and Awards, Research and Innovation

A graphic rendering of asteroids headed to Earth

Defending Earth from Asteroids

In the desert of Arizona, robotic telescopes search the sky for asteroids on a collision course for Earth. It’s an effort that could one day avoid a catastrophe on a planetary scale, and a project that a University of South Florida graduate student is helping to strengthen.

May 14, 2019Research and Innovation

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