With the support of the U.S. Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration and Office of Science, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories/California are working collaboratively to create an open, unclassified research and development space called the Livermore Valley Open Campus (LVOC).
The motivation for the LVOC stems from current and future national security challenges that require increased coupling to the private sector to understand threats and deploy solutions in areas such as high-performance computing, energy and environmental security, cyber security, economic security, and non-proliferation.
The Nuclear Science and Security Consortium is a multi-institution consortium that supports the nation's nuclear nonproliferation mission through the training and education of experts in the nuclear security field. Led by University of California (UC) at Berkeley, the consortion brings together more than 100 researchers from many universities. LLNL collaborates with these researchers and their students. Read More »
The mission of the HPC Innovation Center (HPCIC) is to harness the power of supercomputing to sharpen the competitive edge of American companies. The HPCIC offers industrial clients a powerful combination of computing resources and technical expertise from across LLNL and other institutions, organized in an accessible, collaboration-friendly environment.