National Labs

"The Office of Science is the steward of 10 national laboratories that support the missions of its science programs. The national laboratory system, created over a half-century ago, represents the most comprehensive research system of its kind in the world. These laboratories perform research and development that is not well suited to university or private sector research facilities because of its scope, infrastructure, or multidisciplinary nature, but for which there is a strong public and national purpose" (U.S. Department of Energy).


The Office of Science oversees these 10 national laboratories:


Oak Ridge National Lab

National Center for Computational Sciences

NCSS Access/CPU Hour Request


Argonne National Lab

Argonne Leadership Computing Facility

INCITE Access/CPU Hour Grants


Ames Lab

Ames Lab

Scalable Computing Lab


Pacific Northwest National Lab

Pacific Northwest

Northwest Regional Technology Center


Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

Berkeley Lab

National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center


Brookhaven National Lab

Office of Science

Computational Science Center


Fermilab

Lab

FNAL Computing Division


Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility

Jefferson Lab

Computing at JLab


Princeton Plasma Physics Lab

PPPL

Lab Status


Stanford Linear Accelertator Center National Accelerator Lab

SLAC

Computing at SLAC



The Office of Science funds research and development projects conducted at these additional national laboratories, which are overseen by other DOE offices:


Los Alamos National Lab

National Security Science

Cutting Edge Computing


Sandia National Lab

Sandia Lab

Computation, Computers, Information, and Mathematics


Idaho National Lab

INL

High Speed Computing Center


National Energy Technology Lab

NETL

Computer Software and Databases


National Renewable Energy Lab

Innovation for Our Energy Future

Computing Resources


Lawrence Livermore National Lab

LLNL

Computation


Savannah River National Lab

SRNL

Scientific Computing at SRNL