The mission of the Exascale Computing Project (ECP) is to accelerate delivery of a capable exascale computing ecosystem that will provide breakthrough solutions to address America’s most critical challenges in scientific discovery, energy assurance, economic competitiveness, and national security.
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Rick Stevens, associate laboratory director for computing, environment, and life sciences at Argonne National Laboratory, spoke with Exascale Computing Project (ECP) Communications at SC17 in Denver. Stevens is the principal investigator for the ECP project called CANcer Distributed Learning Environment (CANDLE), which is developing computational methods targeted to precision medicine for cancer treatment. We talked to him about various details of the project and what it has accomplished so far. This is an edited transcript of our conversation.
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