Project Highlights

Major Update of the MFEM Finite Element Library Broadens GPU Support

The Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations (CEED) recently released version 4.1 of its MFEM finite element library, which introduces features important for the nation’s first exascale supercomputers.

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.

Robustly Delivering Highly Accurate Computer Simulations of Complex Materials

ECP has brought together experts to prepare simulation software for finding, predicting.

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.

PAPI++ as De Facto Standard Interface for Performance Event Monitoring at the Exascale

ECP's Exa-PAPI project is developing a new performance application programming interface, named PAPI++, by taking advantage of modern C++ programming

Offering More-Detailed Simulations by Solving Problems Faster, and at Larger Scales

The hypre project is delivering scalable performance on massively parallel computer architectures to positively impact a variety of applications that need to solve linear systems.

Recent Success Snapshots: Application Highlight Roundup

Narrative snapshots in time chronicle highlights of some of the Application Development efforts within ECP.

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.

Optimizing a New Technology to Reduce Power Plant Carbon Dioxide Emissions

An ECP effort is developing a tool that will leverage future exascale supercomputers to enhance a new technology for carbon capture and storage.

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

AMRex Co-Design Center Helps Five Application Projects Reach Performance Goals

ECP's AMReX Co-Design Center makes available a state-of-the-art AMR infrastructure with the functionality that five ECP application projects and other AMR applications use to be able to effectively take advantage of current and future architectures.

ExaGraph Collaboration with STRUMPACK/SuperLU: Factorization-Based Sparse Solvers and Preconditioners for Exascale

Collaboration is key to the success of ECP.

Video Highlight: SLATE Project Aims to Provide Basic Dense Matrix Operations for Exascale

The objective of the Software for Linear Algebra Targeting Exascale (SLATE) project is to provide basic dense matrix operations in support of ECP's efforts to build a capable exascale computing ecosystem. Jakub Kurzak of the University of Tennessee and SLATE shares insights about the project.

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.

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