Monthly Archives: October 2016

Cancer’s Search Engine

The U.S. Department of Energy collaborates with the National Cancer Institute to apply supercomputing number-crunching power to cancer research.

PPPL physicists win ECP funding

The Princeton Plasma Physics Lab (PPPL) has been selected by the ECP to develop a fusion plasmas application.

The march toward
exascale computers

High-performance computing is reaching new heights, especially in China

NREL Has Key Role in Exascale Projects

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) will work on wind plant modeling and three other projects for the ECP.

Ames Laboratory Awarded Two ECP Projects

Ames Laboratory will contribute expertise to two ECP projects related to computational chemistry software.

Nashville NPR Interview with Oak Ridge Scientists

Oak Ridge scientists are writing code that not even the world's fastest computers can run (yet).

Brookhaven Lab to Develop ECP Exascale Software

The Brookhaven National Lab has been selected by the ECP to develop software for computational physics and chemistry projects.

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