2012 ALCC Projects

Gyrokinetic Simulation of Energetic Particle Turbulence and Transport
Zhihong Lin, University of California Irvine
20,000,000 hours

HPC Colony: Adaptive System Software for Improved Resiliency and Performance
Terry Jones, ORNL
3,000,000 hours

Coupled electronic and nuclear dynamics in solar photcatalytic water splitting
Tom Miller, Cal Tech
5,000,000 hours

Predictive simulations of cuprate high-temperature superconductors
Thomas Maier, ORNL
50,000,000 hours

Massively Parallel High-Fidelity Simulation of Spray Atomization
Xiaoyi Li, UTRC
20,000,000 hours

High-level studies of excited states in light harvesting systems and complex emergent phenomena
Karol Kowalski, PNNL
5,000,000 hours

VUQ Assessment of a Large Eddy Simulation Tool for Clean-Coal Technology
Jeremy Thornock, University of Utah
20,000,000 hours

Exploring the Nature of the Lightest Massive Particles in the Universe
Karen Heitmann, ANL
6,000,000 hours

Multiscale Modeling of CO2 Sequestration in Carboxysomes
Greg Voth, University of Chicago

Impact of the Inlet Boundary Condition on High-Pressure Turbine Temperature Predictions
Anne Dord, GE Global Research
34,000,000 hours

Petascale Atomistic Simulations of Ultra Scaled Transistors
Behtash Behin-Aein, GlobalFoundries
8,000,000 hours

Protein Folding and Computational Models
Ken Dill, Stony Brook University
2,000,000 hours

Supercomputer-Enabled Accelerated Development of Revolutionary Supersonic Shock Wave-Based Turbomachines: Achieving DOE Goals for Compressing Carbon Dioxide and Achieving High Energy Efficiency via High Resolution CFD
Allan Grosvenor, Ramgen
40,000,000 hours

Generation of Intrinsic Toroidal Rotation in Tokamak Plasma to enable Stable Fusion Energy Production
C S Chang, PPPL

Time-Dependent Density Functional Theory (TDDFT) Approach to Nuclear Reactions
Aurel Bulgac, University of Washington
12,000,000 hours

Designing Bio-inspired Catalysts for Energy Harvesting & Renewable Energy
Pratul Agarwal, ORNL
5,000,000 hours

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