From the front lines of fusion.
The TAE Technologies modeling group has won a 2018 US Department of Energy INCITE (Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment) award on the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility’s Theta supercomputer. The award is for 31MCH (million core hours), which is equivalent to 100MCH on ALCF’s Blue Gene supercomputer, Mira, and will be used to accelerate our research in creating clean fusion energy.
We are proud to now announce that this week we have achieved colliding and merging of field-reverse configurations (FRCs) on Norman, which is another critical marker on our path to success.
Our explainer video will help illustrate the work we’re doing with field-reverse configurations (FRCs), and offer insights into how we operate Norman.
I am pleased to announce that as of October 4, Tri Alpha Energy will now be known as TAE Technologies. The name change reflects our growing tech footprint and adjacent innovations developed in pursuit of our core work in fusion energy.
I’m President and CTO of a private technology company, with a team of 160 scientists, visionaries, researchers and rebels – all committed to starting a global energy revolution through fusion.