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July 9, 2024

Exascale’s New Frontier: SuperLU/STRUMPACK

PI: Sherry Li, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory  In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That leap meant rethinking, reinventing, and optimizing dozens of scientific applications…
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Technology
February 22, 2024

Exascale’s New Frontier: LatticeQCD

PI: Andreas Kronfeld, Distinguished Scientist, Fermilab In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That leap meant rethinking, reinventing, and optimizing dozens of scientific applications and…
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Technology
January 30, 2024

Exascale’s New Frontier: SLATE

PI: Mark Gates, Research Assistant Professor, Innovative Computing Laboratory at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project, or ECP, set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That leap…
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ScienceTechnology
January 19, 2024

Exascale’s New Frontier: E3SM-MMF

PI: Mark Taylor, Sandia National Laboratories In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That meant rethinking, reinventing, and optimizing dozens of scientific applications and software…
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IndustryScienceTechnology
January 5, 2024

Exascale’s New Frontier: Combustion-Pele

PI: Jacqueline Chen, Sandia National Laboratories In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That meant rethinking, reinventing, and optimizing dozens of scientific applications and software…
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Science
January 5, 2024

Exascale’s New Frontier: ExaSGD

PI: Christopher S. Oehmen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That leap meant rethinking, reinventing, and optimizing dozens of scientific applications…
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Technology
December 14, 2023

Exascale’s New Frontier: Kokkos

Co-PI: Christian Robert Trott, Sandia National Laboratories Co-PI: Damien Lebrun-Grandie, Oak Ridge National Laboratory  In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That leap meant rethinking, reinventing, and…
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Technology
November 27, 2023

Exascale’s New Frontier: SOLLVE

PI: Sunita Chandrasekaran, Brookhaven National Laboratory, University of Delaware In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That leap meant rethinking, reinventing, and optimizing dozens of…
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Science
November 10, 2023

Exascale’s New Frontier: EXAALT

PI: Danny Perez, Los Alamos National Laboratory In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That leap meant rethinking, reinventing and optimizing dozens of scientific applications…
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Science
October 19, 2023

Exascale’s New Frontier: MFIX-Exa

PI: Jordan M. Musser, National Energy Technology Laboratory In 2016, the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (1018) or more calculations per second. That leap meant rethinking, reinventing, and optimizing dozens of scientific applications and…
IndustryScience
August 31, 2023

Exascale Drives Industry Innovation for a Better Future

By Caryn Meissner, ECP contributing writer   Outside the high-performance computing, or HPC, community, exascale may seem more like fodder for science fiction than a powerful tool for scientific research. Yet, when seen through the lens of real-world applications, exascale computing goes from ethereal concept to tangible reality with exceptional…
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Science
August 23, 2023

Exascale’s New Frontier: ExaSMR

PI: Steven Hamilton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory In 2016, the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (10¹⁸) or more calculations per second. That meant rethinking, reinventing, and optimizing dozens of scientific…
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Science
August 8, 2023

Exascale’s New Frontier: WDMApp

PI: Amitava Bhattacharjee Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory In 2016, the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (10¹⁸) or more calculations per second. That meant rethinking, reinventing, and optimizing dozens of scientific…
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Science
July 18, 2023

Exascale’s New Frontier: WarpX

PI: Jean-Luc Vay, Accelerator Technology & Applied Physics Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory In 2016, the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Exascale Computing Project (ECP) set out to develop advanced software for the arrival of exascale-class supercomputers capable of a quintillion (10¹⁸) or more calculations per second. That meant…
People
June 1, 2023

LLNL’s Diachin Takes Helm of DOE’s Exascale Computing Project

By Jeremy Thomas, LLNL Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Lori Diachin will take over as director of the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project on June 1, guiding the successful, multi-institutional high-performance computing effort through its final stages. Diachin, who is currently the principal deputy associate director for LLNL’s Computing Directorate, has served…
ScienceTechnology
May 30, 2023

Grid Modeling Tool Successfully Launches on World’s Fastest Supercomputer

by Elsie Puig-Santana, PNNL Exascale Grid Optimization (ExaGO), a power grid simulation and optimization platform developed by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL), is the first of its kind to run on Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s (ORNL) Frontier, the first supercomputer in the world to reach exascale. Frontier, which was launched this Spring, can calculate…
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IndustryScienceTechnology
May 22, 2023

Predicting the Future of Fission Power

As renewable sources of energy such as wind and sun power are being increasingly added to the country’s electrical grid, old-fashioned nuclear energy is also being primed for a resurgence. For the past 20 years, fission reactors have produced a nearly unchanging portion of the nation’s electricity: around 20%. But…
WarpX
ScienceTechnology
October 28, 2022

WarpX Named Gordon Bell Prize Finalist

The development of plasma-based particle accelerators—experimental technology that promises several advantages over conventional accelerators—may soon be accelerated itself by a new, advanced simulation code: WarpX. Produced primarily by a team of researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab), Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and the French Alternative Energies and Atomic…