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Let’s Talk Exascale Code Development: EQSIM

ECP’s special podcast series on preparing code for the Aurora exascale system begins by focusing on an earthquake risk assessment application.

Exploiting Exascale Computing to Make Earthquake Simulation Codes More Powerful

Simulating earthquake processes from end to end is key to being able to design bridges and buildings to be more resilient to earthquakes.

Supporting Scientific Discovery and Data Analysis in the Exascale Era

ECP's Data and Visualization portfolio is delivering data management software to store, save state, share, and facilitate the analysis of exascale data.

Collaborative Strength Enables the EXAALT Project to Optimize GPU Performance

The EXAALT project could bring atomistic materials predictions to the engineering scale and demystify materials design and synthesis.

Scaling up Clean Fossil Fuel Combustion Technology for Industrial Use

Exascale computing could help researchers prepare promising carbon-capture and storage technologies to go from the lab to commercial settings.

ECP Team Reengineers Materials Simulation Code, Achieves Atypical Performance Increase

The EXAALT project has made a big step forward with a five-fold performance advance in addressing its fusion energy materials simulations challenge problem.

CEED’s Impact on Exascale Computing Project (ECP) Efforts is Wide-Ranging

ECP's Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations is helping applications leverage future architectures by developing state-of-the-art discretization algorithms that better exploit the hardware and deliver a significant performance gain over conventional methods.

ECP Researcher Earns Esteemed Presidential Early Career Award

Jordan Musser of the National Energy Technology Laboratory and ECP is among more than 300 early-career researchers to earn a White House award.

Exascale Computing Could Drastically Boost the Capabilities of Energy Applications

Tom Evans, technical lead for ECP's Energy Applications projects, shares about the motivations, progress, and aspirations on the path to the exascale.

Predictive Simulations May Point to the Best Design for Fusion Reactors

The leader of a project that plans to simulate all aspects of a fusion energy reactor said exascale computing capability will transform the effort.

Comprehensive Molecular Dynamics Capability

The EXAALT project is working to improve molecular dynamics codes and prepare them to exploit the power and performance of exascale.

Industry Leaders Prepare for Rice University Oil and Gas Conference (Source: insideHPC)

Lori Diachin, ECP project deputy director, will contribute as a speaker at the Rice University Oil and Gas HPC Conference in Houston, March 4–6, where the focus will be on the computational challenges and needs in the energy industry.

Efforts Directed at Making Wind Farms More Efficient

In November at the SC18 supercomputing conference in Dallas, Michael Sprague of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory discussed a recent success of ECP’s wind energy research project, ExaWind.

Exawind Project Demonstrates Blade-Resolved Simulation of NREL 5 MW Reference Wind Turbine

HPCwire October 25, 2018

ExaWind Project Demonstrates Blade-Resolved Simulation of the NREL 5 MW Reference Wind Turbine

ECP's ExaWind project aims to advance the fundamental comprehension of whole wind plant performance. The ExaWind team recently performed a turbine sim

Video: ExaAM—Transforming Additive Manufacturing through Exascale Simulation

The HPC industry blog insideHPC features a video from the recent HPC User Forum meeting in Detroit. The focus of the post is a presentation by John Turner of Oak Ridge National Laboratory about ECP's ExaAM project and its endeavors to transform additive manufacturing through exascale simulation.

How Exascale Computing Will Enable Born-Qualified AM Parts

ExaAM, a high-fidelity simulation tool, promises to reduce trial-and-error in additive manufacturing and help create metal 3D-printed parts that are qualified from the beginning.

Improving the Ability to Accurately Predict the Operating Behavior of Small Modular Nuclear Reactors

Steven Hamilton, an R&D staff member in the Reactor & Nuclear Systems Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, is guest on the Let's Talk Exascale podcast. He leads ExaSMR, a project directed at better understanding the behavior of small modular nuclear reactors.

Current Efforts with ExaSMR—a Monte Carlo Radiation Transport Application

Early access to the hardware components of the approaching Summit supercomputer reveals the achievable level of performance improvement for ExaSMR’s Monte Carlo radiation transport solver.

New Simulations Break Down Potential Impact of a Major Quake by Building Location and Size

With unprecedented resolution, scientists and engineers are simulating precisely how a large-magnitude earthquake along the Hayward Fault would affect different locations and buildings across the San Francisco Bay Area.

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