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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 language features.

The Anticipated Scientific Impact of Exascale: Fusion Energy, X-Ray Free-Electron Lasers, Quantum Chromodynamics

A few research project leaders share what they hope exascale computing will make possible.

ECP Project Leaders on Ten Great Reasons for Building Frontier

Delving into the impact of exascale computing, HPCwire conveys the views of ten ECP project leaders concerning their aspirations for the Frontier system.

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ECP Project Leaders on Ten Great Reasons for Building Frontier

Delving into the impact of exascale computing, HPCwire conveys the views of ten ECP project leaders concerning their aspirations for the Frontier system.

HPCwire Interviews Jack Wells—2019 Person to Watch

HPCwire interviews Jack Wells, director of science for the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility and the Titan and Summit supercomputers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

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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 prestigious White House award.

John Turner Gives Presentations in Europe on the ExaAM Project

Conferences focused on problems in multidisciplinary coupling and computational methods were the settings for presentations on ECP's ExaAM project.

Exascale Computing is Expected to Support a Wide Array of Climate Science Studies

E3SM-MMF principal investigator Mark Taylor recently shared how exascale computing is likely to impact the development of global Earth system models.

Q&A Considers the Landscape of Computing in the Era Beyond Exascale

A Q&A shares the thoughts of John Shalf of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory about what high-performance computing may be like after Moore's Law ends.

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.

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 language features.

Getting Ready to Use OpenMP in Exascale Computing

An article on phys.org by Ariana Tantillo of Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL) describes team activities during the recent OpenMP hackathon at BNL.

Brookhaven National Laboratory GPU Hackathon 2019: Call for Applications

The Computational Science Initiative at Brookhaven National Laboratory will host its 3rd GPU Hackathon, a free event, on September 23–27.

The Anticipated Scientific Impact of Exascale: Fusion Energy, X-Ray Free-Electron Lasers, Quantum Chromodynamics

A few research project leaders share what they hope exascale computing will make possible.

High Precision for Studying the Building Blocks of the Universe

The work of a project team in what is called lattice quantum chromodynamics is a critical complement to experimentation in particle and nuclear physics.

A Potential Revolution for X-Ray Free-Electron Laser Facilities

Higher resolution and deeper insight along with much faster information delivery are ways exascale computing could improve imaging at X-ray free-electron laser facilities.

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.

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