Weapons and Complex Integration (WCI) at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory works to establish a science-based understanding of nuclear weapons performance and assesses the safety, security, and effectiveness of the stockpile. We integrate science, technology, and engineering with other laboratories within the National Nuclear Security Administration Complex. WCI operates many state-of-the-art experimental and computer facilities essential for program success. Learn more about our heritage, organization, and people.
|02/19/2020||Lecture explores planetary defense capabilities|
|02/05/2020||Dedication of new Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory|
|08/13/2019||Partnership to develop NNSA's first exascale supercomputer|
|01/22/2019||Kim Budil to lead Weapons and Complex Integration|
|11/12/2018||Sierra takes No. 2 spot on list of world's fastest supercomputers|
|10/26/2018||Livermore unveils Sierra, world’s third fastest supercomputer|
|08/01/2018||The Flash X Ray machine achieves double-pulse capability|