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HPCwire on IDEAS-ECP Training from the Exascale Computing Project

HPCwire describes how IDEAS-ECP training delivers insight on software development to the research community.

insideHPC: Exascale Computing Project Names Doug Kothe as Director

HPCwire: ECP Names Doug Kothe As New ECP Director  

Slate Writes that Exascale Will Foster Competitiveness, Sustainability, and Security

Achieving exascale computing will result in more realistic models for predicting weather and earthquakes and for making many other essential scientific and technological advances.

From HPCwire: LBL’s Kathy Yelick on the Promise and Progress of Exascale Science

LBL's Kathy Yelick on the Promise and Progress of Exascale Science

Wired Magazine Takes a Look at ORNL’s Next Supercomputer

When Summit at Oak Ridge National Laboratory comes online next year, it will be the most powerful supercomputer in the country and perhaps in the world.

NREL Report: Wind Could Supply 20 Percent of US Energy by 2030

HPCwire summarizes a recent report from the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory that explains how supercomputing-led scientific advances could make wind a greater supplier of the country's energy needs.

ORNL Researchers Turn to Deep Learning to Solve Science’s Big Data Problems

A team of researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory has been awarded nearly $2 million over three years from the Department of Energy to explore the potential of machine learning in revolutionizing scientific data analysis.

Getting the Most-Powerful Supercomputers Up and Running

The lessons the US Department of Energy Office of Science learns from the supercomputers at its user facilities will extend to launching its next high-performance computing challenge: exascale.

Energy Dept. shoots for exascale computer in a national lab by 2021

Posted on Federal News Radio By David ThorntonAugust 21, 2017 3:33 pm “The goal of the Path Forward program is for the six companies who got contracts to develop

CANDLE Project Addresses Top Challenges

HPCwire details the Exascale Computing Project's effort aimed at building a scalable deep neural network code to take on the major challenges in cancer research.

ORNL Begins Construction of Summit Supercomputer

Oak Ridge National Laboratory has begun to install Summit. Besides providing unprecedented amounts of computational capacity for traditional high-performance computing applications, it will offer the largest platform in the world for deep learning workloads.

Commitment to Exascale Will Strengthen US Leadership

A recent EE Times blog post underscores the importance of supercomputing to society and the strength that public-private research partnerships such as the PathForward program of the Exascale Computing Project contribute to America's competitiveness and innovation.

Los Alamos Integrates Systems for Increased Stockpile Stewardship Computing Capability

The Trinity supercomputer’s two partitions sited at Los Alamos National Laboratory were merged, with both Xeon Haswell and the Xeon Phi Knights Landing processors available for production computing in the laboratory’s classified network.

New Simulations Could Help in Hunt for Massive Mergers of Neutron Stars, Black Holes

Scientists have developed new computer models to explore what happens when a black hole joins with a neutron star, the superdense remnant of an exploded star. A participant in the research from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory is working to build increasingly sophisticated models of neutron star mergers and supernovae through his involvement in the US Department of Energy's Exascale Computing Project.

Argonne Puts Computation Muscle Behind Cancer Code

Argonne goes deep to crack cancer code   “Precision medicine is the ability to fine tune a treatment for each patient based on specific variations, whether it’s their genetics, their

Exploring the Potential of New Hybrid Computing Architectures

Oak Ridge National Laboratory is bringing on D-Wave Systems to use quantum computing as an accelerator for the Exascale Computing Project.

New Algorithms Help Extract 3-D Biological Structure from Limited Data

New collaboration initiative between SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory, CAMERA, the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) and Los Alamos National Laboratory as part of DOE’s Exascale Computing Project (ECP).

ANL’s Rajeev Thakur: An Exascale Software Stack

ANL's Rajeev Thakur: Breaking Down the Exascale Software Stack

ECP Director Paul Messina Discusses the ECP’s PathForward Program on Federal News Radio

ECP Director Paul Messina Discusses the ECP's PathForward Program on Federal News Radio