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The Exascale Computing Project Selects Sunita Chandrasekaran as Principal Investigator of the SOLLVE Project

Sunita Chandrasekaran of Brookhaven National Laboratory is the new principal investigator of the SOLLVE project, which is advancing OpenMPI.

The History of the Exascale Project and How Frontier Solves the Four Exascale Challenges

Al Geist on the history of the Exascale Computing Project

Exascale Computing Project Portfolio Presentation Videos

The Exascale Computing Project has made available a compilation of brief, high-level presentations about some of its project portfolios.

Continuous Integration: The Path to the Future for HPC

The Exascale Computing Project (ECP) is investing heavily in software for the forthcoming exascale systems.

The ECP 2021 Community Birds-of-a-Feather Days

March 30–April 1, ECP will offer 13 informative 90-minute sessions on various high-performance computing topics to promote interactive discussions.

ECP Software Technology Makes Its Updated Capability Assessment Report Publicly Available

V2.5 of the Exascale Computing Project Software Technology Capability Assessment Report covers current capabilities and activities.

Two ECP Researchers are Recognized with the E.O. Lawrence Award

Exascale Computing Project researchers Daniel Kasen and Rob Ross recently received one of the US Department of Energy's highest honors.

Workflow Technologies Impact SC20 Gordon Bell COVID-19 Award Winner and Two of the Three Finalists

The winner and two of three finalists of the SC20 Gordon Bell Special Award for COVID-19 competition leveraged the scalable workflow technologies brou

The US DOE Exascale Computing Project (ECP) Announces the Availability of the Extreme-scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S) v1.2

The newly released Extreme-scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S) v1.2 contains the majority of the ECP Software Technology portfolio of software products.

The Extreme-Scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S): A New Resource for Computational and Data Science Research

The extreme-scale scientific software stack (E4S) provides a fundamentally new resource for computational and data science research communities.

Science at Exascale: The Art of Dealing with the Tension Between More and Less Data

By Franck Cappello1 with Bogdan Nicolae1, Sheng Di1, Kathryn Mohror2, Adam Moody2 and Greg Kosinovsky2 1Argonne National Laboratory 2Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory   Exascale will undoubtedly mark a historical milestone

Modernizing Computing to Usher in the Next Generation of Scientific Discoveries

By Pat McCormick Exascale can mean different things based on your experience and the role you play in taking our computing capabilities to the next

Collaboration at Exascale

By Ulrike Meier Yang The pursuit of exascale promises larger and faster computers capable of performing increasingly more complex simulations at

Exascale Computing: A Time for Introspection

by Sameer Shende As we near this important milestone in High Performance Computing, I believe we may need to step back and examine the key choices we

Exascale Computing Project Software Ecosystem and Delivery

By Todd Munson A vibrant, high-quality software ecosystem is essential to realizing the full potential of exascale computing resources in helping

Solving Big Questions Takes Big Computing Power—and a Robust Software Development Tools Portfolio

The Exascale Computing Project's software engineers and computer scientists are building a pyramid—a software stack—that will support exascale's full processing power.

Cleaner-Burning Gasoline Engines, Cities Powered by Wind, Nuclear Reactors that Fit on a Tabletop—Soon They Could All be within Reach

When the US Department of Energy boots up the world’s first generation of exascale supercomputers next year

Exascale Computing Project (ECP) Names Berkeley Lab’s Katie Antypas as New Director for Hardware and Integration

Antypas is currently the division deputy and Data Department head at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. She replaces Terri Quinn, who is returning to her full-time responsibilities as deputy associate director for Livermore Computing, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s high-performance computing organization.

Developing Predictor Models to Move Fusion Energy Closer to Reality

Using high-performance computers, researchers at Princeton and the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory aim to quickly and accurately predict the onset of disruption disturbances involving the rapid releases of plasma that can cause structural damage in fusion reactors.

ECP Application Development Milestone Report is Released

The Energy Department's Exascale Computing Project has published a milestone report summarizing the status of its 30 Application Development subprojects (24 applications and six co-design centers) at the end of fiscal year 2019.

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