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EXAALT and Kokkos: Making Exascale Simulations of Material Behavior a “SNAP”

Molecular dynamics has become a cornerstone of computational science and is a key component of developing materials with enhanced properties.

Building a Capable Computing Ecosystem for Exascale and Beyond

The Exascale Era is here.

Siting the El Capitan Exascale Supercomputer at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Lawrence Livermore National Lab is preparing for El Capitan, the National Nuclear Security Administration’s first exascale supercomputer.

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

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

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.

ECP Advances the Science of Atmospheric Convection Modeling

Researchers have developed a multiscale modeling framework to refine cloud renderings in E3SM climate simulations on GPU-accelerated machines.

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.

Applying Graph Algorithms to Solve Key Science Problems of Importance to the Nation

ExaGraph aims to leave a lasting legacy of algorithms, implementations, and graph-enabled applications for scientific discovery.

ECP and ALCF to Host Twitter Chat June 21

June 21 at 2 p.m. Eastern, ECP and the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility will host a Twitter Chat on the Extreme-scale Scientific Software Stack.

Exascale Computing Project Portfolio Presentation Videos

The Exascale Computing Project has made available a compilation of brief, high-level presentations about some of its project portfolios.

Solving Big Questions Takes Big Computing Power—and a Robust Software Development Tools Portfolio

The Exascale Computing Project's software engineers and computer scientists are building a pyramid—a software stack—that will support exascale's full processing power.

ECP Researcher is Chosen for Energy Department Office of Science Honor

Jacqueline Chen, who leads the ECP Combustion-Pele subproject, has been selected by the US Department of Energy's Office of Science as a distinguished scientist fellow—one of only eight researchers in the nation to hold the distinction.

Special—ECP Leadership Discusses Project Highlights, Challenges, and the Expected Impact of Exascale Computing

Members of the Exascale Computing Project leadership team summarize the state of the project and delve into the major accomplishments.

E3SM-MMF: Forecasting Water Resources and Severe Weather with Greater Confidence

By exploiting the power and performance advantages of GPUs and exascale computing, researchers aim to better predict changes to Earth’s water cycles.

ECP’s ExaWind Project is Featured in Renewable Energy Magazine

Writer Jennifer Huber of NERSC delves into ExaWind's science challenge problem, its use of the computational code called Nalu-Wind, and its collaboration.

Delivering Exascale Machine Learning Algorithms and Tools for Scientific Research

Machine learning, artificial intelligence, and data analytics are converging with high-performance computing to advance scientific discovery.

Livermore and HPE to Partner with AMD on El Capitan

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have announced that AMD will be node supplier for the El Capitan supercomputer, and that the system is expected to exceed 2 exaflops.

Record-Fast System Coming to Support Nation’s Nuclear Security Missions

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and AMD have announced that the El Capitan supercomputer, planned for 2023, will have a speed of 2 exaflops to power complex scientific discovery for the US Department of Energy's National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA).

Better Scientific Productivity through Better Scientific Software: The IDEAS Report

A newly released report introduces work to advance software productivity and sustainability for extreme-scale computational science.

Method Enables Collaborative Software Teams to Enhance Effectiveness and Efficiency

Productivity Sustainability Improvement Planning enables software developers to identify development bottlenecks and track progress to overcome them.

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