Application: cosmology

Earth and Space Science Applications Simulate Elusive Phenomena to Confirm Observations

Exascale Computing Project Earth and Space Science teams are producing sophisticated tools for large-scale scientific discoveries.

Aiming to be among the First Applications to Run at Exascale

The ExaSky project conducts extreme-scale simulations to further our understanding of the makeup and evolution of the universe.

Aiming to Simulate the Universe with Maximal Computing Power

At the SC18 supercomputing conference in Dallas recently, Salman Habib of Argonne National Laboratory chatted with ECP Communications about cosmological computer modeling and simulation.

Feature: Cartography of the Cosmos

John Spizzirri at Argonne National Laboratory writes about the "Computing the Sky at Extreme Scales" project, or "ExaSky," one of the first efforts funded by the Exascale Computing Project.

Simulation: Supernova Explosion

Hot material roils around a newly-born neutron star at the center of a core-collapse supernova.

Computing the Sky at Extreme Scales

The video shows a portion of a simulation of the cosmological structure formation from the HACC code's 'Q Continuum' run on Titan.

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