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Advancing the Additive Manufacturing Revolution

Additive manufacturing heralds a new era of precision manufacturing that the ExaAM project aims to advance as a viable method for industry.

EQSIM Shakes up Earthquake Research at the Exascale Level

ECP's EQSIM project exceeds conventional methods of quantifying earthquake effects by using physics-based supercomputer simulations.

ECP-supported collaborative teams win the 2022 ACM Gordon Bell Prize and Special Prize

Research efforts aimed at developing new particle accelerators and understanding COVID-19 won prestigious awards Nov. 17 at SC22 in Dallas.

U.S. Department of Energy to showcase advances in supercomputing and national lab expertise at SC22

The Energy Department celebrates the arrival of exascale computing and its impact on breakthrough science discoveries at SC22, Nov. 13–18, in Dallas.

Discovering New Materials at Exascale Speed

A redesigned QMCPACK promises unmatched accuracy in simulating materials to uncover their hidden properties.

Whole-Device Modeling Could Advance Scientists’ Understanding of Plasmas for Fusion Energy

An exascale application will inform experiments on the world's largest fusion energy platform and the design of next-step fusion facilities.

Exascale Day: At long last, the exascale era is here

Exascale Day, 10/18, pays homage to the power of exascale computing, in which systems are capable of performing 10^18 calculations per second.

Exascale Day Article: Moving toward advances in brain mapping using exascale supercomputers

Helping solve the brain's many mysteries requires creating comprehensive maps to identify the locations and connections of its neurons.

ExaBiome Brings Metagenomics into the Exascale Era

ExaBiome combines new technology with exascale computing for computational biologists to perform much more regular large-scale analyses.

Propelling Clean Wind Energy

ECP-supported researchers have created software that will use exascale computing to help wind farms more efficiently produce clean energy.

ECP Application Will Deliver Molecular Movies in Minutes

ExaFEL will enable quicker analysis of data from SLAC’s x-ray laser to help understand everything from viruses to materials.

GAMESS Opens up Computational Chemistry to Wide Variety of Uses

ECP researchers are enhancing the GAMESS application—important to the energy and chemical industries—to leverage exascale computing.

Maintaining the Nation’s Power Grid with Exascale Computing

The ExaSGD project uses models and data analytics to understand power grid failures and look for ways to prevent them.

Identifying What Makes up the Universe

LatticeQCD is a high-energy and nuclear physics subproject of the Exascale Computing Project to understand fundamental laws of nature.

ECP Launches Programs to Extend DOE’s HPC Workforce Culture

The ECP Broadening Participation Initiative plans to build a more diverse workforce and foster an inclusive professional environment.

Supercomputer Code Can Help Capture Carbon, Reduce Global Warming

The ECP MFIX-Exa team is developing tools to impact large-scale chemical reactors for a variety of industries.

ECP Advances the Science of Atmospheric Convection Modeling

Researchers have developed a multiscale modeling framework to refine cloud renderings in E3SM climate simulations on GPU-accelerated machines.

Osni Marques Assumes New Leadership Duties for the Exascale Computing Project

Osni Marques, a staff scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, has been tapped to lead ECP Training & Productivity.

OLCF’s Ashley Barker Takes on New Role, Steps Down from ECP

Ashley Barker will step down as lead of ECP's Training & Productivity for new duties at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility.

Hyperion Research Announces March 2022 HPC User Forum

Hyperion Research has opened registration for the HPC User Forum’s March 2022 virtual meeting, which will feature a wide range of topics.

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