Podcast

Discussing NERSC’s Unique Global Role and Close Collaboration with ECP

Richard Gerber ensures the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center remains responsive to the needs of scientific researchers.

Reflecting on the ‘Why’ behind Supercomputing Simulations: Advancing Science

Bronson Messer, director of science for the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, has an expert perspective on supercomputing for science.

ECP’s WarpX Team Successfully Models Promising Laser Plasma Accelerator Technology

ECP research could remove a major limitation of laser plasma accelerators, a technology that may improve many walks of life.

Providing Exascale-Class Multiphysics Simulation Capability to Multiple Science Domains

Flash-X, a multiphysics simulation software package, integrates tools that provide a performance portability solution for exascale computing.

Enabling Highly Accurate and Reliable Predictions of the Basic Properties of Materials

The QMCPACK project intends to provide the capability to find, predict, and control materials and properties at the quantum level.

Leveraging Machine Learning for Computational and Experimental Science and Engineering

Machine learning technologies are creating inspiring new opportunity vistas for scientific discovery and research at the exascale.

Enabling Cross-Project Research to Strengthen Math Libraries for Scientific Simulations

Project teams can improve the capabilities of math libraries, the foundation of scientific simulations, via cross-project research.

Revisiting the E4S Software Ecosystem Upon Release of Version 22.02

The Extreme-scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S) continues to evolve as a broad collection of software capabilities for scientific research.

Preparing the PETSc/TAO Software Suite to Support Exascale Scientific Applications

An Exascale Computing Project team is getting the longtime open-source PETSc/TAO software suite ready to support exascale applications.

Accelerating the Adoption of Container Technologies for Exascale Computing

As the US Department of Energy’s (DOE) Exascale Computing Project (ECP) has evolved since its inception in 2016, what’s known as containers technology

Helping Users Deploy High-Performance Computing Tools and Libraries in a Consistent Interoperable Software Stack

The latest version of the Extreme-scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S) provides support for three different GPU architectures.

Let’s Talk Exascale Code Development: CANcer Distributed Learning Environment (CANDLE)

ECP plays key support roles in the CANDLE project, which is addressing three significant science challenge problems in cancer research.

Frontier: Designing the Electrical Infrastructure for a Supercomputer with Unprecedented Power Demands

Effective communications, humble problem-solving, lessons learned, and synergy are success factors in realizing the Frontier supercomputer.

Helping Large-Scale Multiphysics Engineering and Scientific Applications Achieve Their Goals

Trilinos, a federated group of software packages with guiding principles, offers much autonomy in solving engineering and science problems.

Frontier: Guiding the Design and Construction of the Mechanical Systems

Engineer David Grant must check and recheck many important design details before Frontier, the nation’s first exascale supercomputer, is powered on.

Frontier: ORNL’s Justin Whitt on Deploying the Nation’s First Exascale Supercomputer

Justin Whitt describes what Frontier will do, why it's unique, progress with deployment, what’s special about exascale computing, and more.

An Exascale Day Interview with ORNL’s Doug Kothe, Director of the US Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project

Doug Kothe explains the need for ECP, the why and how of its origin, its unique team dynamics, and its enduring legacy.

Sunita Chandrasekaran Reflects on Teaching Supercomputing and Leading the ECP SOLLVE Project

As principal investigator of the ECP SOLLVE project, Sunita Chandrasekaran emphasizes the development of sustainable software.

The Flux Software Framework Manages and Schedules Modern Supercomputing Workflows

Flux manages and schedules scientific workflows to optimize computing and other resources and enable applications to run faster and better.

Optimizing the North American Power Grid to Improve Reliability and Support Grid Decarbonization

The ExaSGD project wants to enable the day-to-day operation of the national power grid to hold a large number of renewable power sources.

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