Monthly Archives: May 2019

The Anticipated Scientific Impact of Exascale: Fusion Energy, X-Ray Free-Electron Lasers, Quantum Chromodynamics

A few research project leaders share what they hope exascale computing will make possible.

High Precision for Studying the Building Blocks of the Universe

The work of a project team in what is called lattice quantum chromodynamics is a critical complement to experimentation in particle and nuclear physics.

A Potential Revolution for X-Ray Free-Electron Laser Facilities

Higher resolution and deeper insight along with much faster information delivery are ways exascale computing could improve imaging at X-ray free-electron laser facilities.

Predictive Simulations May Point to the Best Design for Fusion Reactors

The leader of a project that plans to simulate all aspects of a fusion energy reactor said exascale computing capability will transform the effort.

Offering More-Detailed Simulations by Solving Problems Faster, and at Larger Scales

The hypre project is delivering scalable performance on massively parallel computer architectures to positively impact a variety of applications that

ECP Project Leaders on Ten Great Reasons for Building Frontier

Delving into the impact of exascale computing, HPCwire conveys the views of ten ECP project leaders concerning their aspirations for the Frontier system.

HPCwire Interviews Jack Wells—2019 Person to Watch

HPCwire interviews Jack Wells, director of science for the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility and the Titan and Summit supercomputers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

Article Recaps Doug Kothe’s ACM Talk

Writer John Russell in HPCwire provides a digest of the May 2 livestreamed talk by ECP Director Doug Kothe for the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

ECP Leadership Org Chart

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ECP in the News: Story Roundup

Here are some of the latest instances of the Exascale Computing Project (ECP) in the news.

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