A Career Discussion with Tapasya Patki

The ECP has provided tremendous opportunities for young researchers to develop knowledge and relationships in the high-performance computing community

ECP Participation at SC23

ECP Participation at SC23

Building a Capable Computing Ecosystem for Exascale and Beyond

The Exascale Era is here.

Exascale Drives Industry Innovation for a Better Future

Exascale capability opens pathways to explore promising new technologies and products and accelerate time to commercialization.

Exascale Modeling of Advanced Particle Accelerators with WarpX

Exascale Meets Particle Accelerators

EXAALT-ing Molecular Dynamics to the Power of Exascale

New methods maximizing the accuracy, length, and time space on exascale machines could revolutionize molecular dynamics simulations.

Exploring the Universe and Nature’s Physical Processes with Unprecedented Power

Exascale supercomputers will play a pivotal role in creating highly accurate computer simulations of the universe.

LLNL’s Diachin takes helm of DOE’s Exascale Computing Project

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s Lori Diachin will take over as director of the Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project on June 1

Combustion-Pele: A New Exascale Capability for Improving Engine Design

A robust application suite for modeling complex combustion processes informs next-generation engine design.

Predicting the Future of Fission Power

Optimized for exascale supercomputers, the ExaSMR simulation toolkit advances state-of-the-art nuclear reactor design.

WarpX Code Shines at the Exascale Level

The WarpX project is using supercomputers to develop the next generation of particle accelerators to propel science and applications.

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.

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