2012 INCITE Projects

Astrophysics

“Three-dimensional Simulations for Core Collapse Supernovae”
Anthony Mezzacappa, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jaguar: 30,000,000 hours

“Petascale Simulations of Type 1a Supernovae from Ignition to Observables”
Stan Woosley, University of California, Santa Cruz
Jaguar: 46,000,000 hours

“How High Redshift Galaxies Reionized the Universe”
Michael Norman, University of California-San Diego
Jaguar: 32,000,000 hours

“Turbulent Heating of Astrophysical Plasmas”
Gregory Howes, University of Iowa
Jaguar: 18,000,000 hours

Biology

“Cellulosic Ethanol: Simulation of Multicomponent Biomass System”
Jeremy Smith, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jaguar: 23,000,000 hours

“Multiscale Blood Flow Simulations”
George Karniadakis, Brown University
Jaguar: 23,000,000 hours

“Studies of Large Conformational Changes in Biomolecular Machines”
Benoit Roux, University of Chicago
Jaguar: 18,000,000 hours

Chemistry

“Petascale Modeling of Chemical Catalysts and Interfaces”
Bobby Sumpter, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jaguar: 46,000,000 hours

“Coarse Grained Molecular Dynamics Studies of Vesicle Formation and Fusion”
Michael Klein, Temple University
Jaguar: 18,000,000 hours

“Control of Complex Transformations with Advanced Molecular Simulation Methods”
Christopher Mundy, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jaguar: 12,000,000 hours

Climate

“Climate-Science Computational Development Team: The Climate End Station II”
Warren Washington, National Center for Atmospheric Research
Jaguar: 56,000,000 hours

Computer Science

“Performance Evaluation and Analysis Consortium End Station”
Patrick Worley, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jaguar: 18,000,000 hours

Engineering

“High-Fidelity Simulations for Advanced Engine Combustion Research”
Joseph Oefelein, Sandia National Laboratories
Jaguar: 65,000,000 hours

“Magnetic Structure and Thermodynamics of Low Dimensional Magnetic Structures”
Markus Eisenbach, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jaguar: 46,000,000 hours

“Simulation of Turbulent Lean Hydrogen Flames in High Pressure”
John Bell, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Jaguar: 40,000,000 hours

“Mixing in Incompressible and Compressible Turbulence”
Pui-kuen Yeung, Georgia Institute of Technology
Jaguar: 28,000,000

“The Solution of Three-Dimensional PWR Neutronics Benchmarks for CASL”
Thomas Evans, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Jaguar: 19,000,000 hours

“Petascale Simulation of Nano-Electronic Devices”
Gerhard Klimeck, Purdue University
Jaguar: 14,000,000

“Simulation of Turbulent Multiphase Flows for Nuclear Reactor Safety”
Igor Bolotnov, North Carolina State University
Jaguar: 14,000,000 hours

Fusion

“Investigation of Multi-Scale Transport Physics of Fusion Experiments Using Global Gyrokinetic Turbulence Simulations”
Weixing Wang, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Jaguar: 19,000,000 hours

“Petascale PIC Simulations of Laser-Plasma Interactions in IFE Plasmas”
Frank Tsung, University of California, Los Angeles
Jaguar: 14,000,000 hours

“Magnetic Reconnection in High-Energy-Density Laser-Produced Plasmas”
Amitava Bhattacharjee, University of New Hampshire
Jaguar: 14,000,000 hours

“Electromagnetic Effects on Gyrokinetic Simulations of Plasma Microturbulence”
Eric Wang, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Jaguar: 14,000,000 hours

Geosciences

“CyberShake 3.0: Physics-Based Probabilistic Seismic Hazard Analysis”
Thomas Jordan, University of Southern California
Jaguar: 38,000,000 hours

“Ultrascale Simulation of Basin-Scale CO2 Sequestration in Deep Geologic Formations and Radionuclide Migration Using PFLOTRAN”
Peter Lichtner, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Jaguar: 19,000,000 processor hours

Materials

“Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations of Light Elements at High Pressures”
David Ceperley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Jaguar: 28,000,000 hours

“Precision Many-Body Quantum Simulations of Functionalized Structures”
Shiwei Zhang, The College of William and Mary
Jaguar: 23,000,000 hours

“Towards the Phase Diagram of Water and Ice with Quantum Monte Carlo”
Dario Alfe, University College London
Jaguar: 23,000,000 hours

“Quantum Monte Carlo for Materials Design”
Tim Mueller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Jaguar: 19,000,000 hours

“Quantum Monte Carlo Simulation of Models of Condensed Matter”
Richard Needs, University of Cambridge
Jaguar: 14,000,000 hours

“Electronic Structure Calculations for Nanostructures”
Lin-Wang Wang, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Jaguar: 10,000,000 hours

Physics

“Lattice QCD”
Paul Mackenzie, Fermilab
Jaguar: 46,000,000 hours

“Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Reactions”
James Vary, Iowa State University
Jaguar: 37,000,000 hours

“Unraveling the Physics of Magnetic Reconnection with 3D Kinetic Simulations”
William Daughton, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Jaguar: 37,000,000 hours

“Petascale Particle-In-Cell Simulations of Plasma Based Accelerators”
Warren Mori, University of California, Los Angeles
Jaguar: 19,000,000 hours

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