Application: nuclear-energy

Collaborative Strength Enables the EXAALT Project to Optimize GPU Performance

The EXAALT project could bring atomistic materials predictions to the engineering scale and demystify materials design and synthesis.

ECP Team Reengineers Materials Simulation Code, Achieves Atypical Performance Increase

The EXAALT project has made a big step forward with a five-fold performance advance in addressing its fusion energy materials simulations challenge problem.

Exascale Computing Could Drastically Boost the Capabilities of Energy Applications

Tom Evans, technical lead for ECP's Energy Applications projects, shares about the motivations, progress, and aspirations on the path to the exascale.

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.

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.

Improving the Ability to Accurately Predict the Operating Behavior of Small Modular Nuclear Reactors

Steven Hamilton, an R&D staff member in the Reactor & Nuclear Systems Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, is guest on the Let's Talk Exascale podcast. He leads ExaSMR, a project directed at better understanding the behavior of small modular nuclear reactors.

Current Efforts with ExaSMR—a Monte Carlo Radiation Transport Application

Early access to the hardware components of the approaching Summit supercomputer reveals the achievable level of performance improvement for ExaSMR’s Monte Carlo radiation transport solver.

Tri Alpha Energy Looks to Exascale Computing

From Posted by: Michael Feldman Fusion Energy Startup is Counting on Exascale Computing Tri Alpha Energy (TAE) is on a mission is to build the world’s first commercially viable

Exascale Computing to Help Accelerate Drive for Clean Fusion Energy

Exascale Computing to Help Accelerate Drive for Clean Fusion Energy Jon Bashor Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Computing Sciences   For decades, scientists have struggled to create a clean, unlimited energy

Coupled Monte Carlo Neutronics and Fluid Flow Simulations of Small Modular Reactors

Exascale will allow for a new generation of nuclear that works smart on the electric grid and help maximize the efficiency and increase the lifespan of current US nuclear reactors.

ECP Announces $48m for Co-Design Centers

The Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP) announced that it has selected four co-design centers as part of a 4 year, $48 million funding award.

Molecular Dynamics at the Exascale

Simulations that fully exploit exascale can solve key problems in fission and fusion materials

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