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At Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, a ferrofluid is a liquid mixed with small metallic particles that can become magnetized in the presence of a magnetic field. Ferrofluids are used in electronics, spacecraft, and medicine, but are also a fascinating way to visualize a magnetic field in three dimensions. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy.

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The Hair-Raising Potential of Exascale Animation

As the development and accessibility of high-performance computers explode beyond current limits, so too will the creative possibilities for the future of CG animation ignite.

Co-Design Center Develops Next-Generation Simulation Tools

The Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations provides Exascale Computing Project applications with leading-edge simulation algorithms that can extract greater performance from exascale hardware than what is currently available.

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OLCF Celebrates 25 Years of Technical Accomplishments and Scientific Achievements

The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) is celebrating 25 years at the forefront of high-performance computing.

Co-Design Center Develops Next-Generation Simulation Tools

The Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations provides Exascale Computing Project applications with leading-edge simulation algorithms that can extract greater performance from exascale hardware than what is currently available.

Exascale and the City

Exascale computing could help city planners, designers, and managers adapt cities to keep up with the complex and evolving needs of urban systems.

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Video: Exascale for Free Electron Lasers Project

The Exascale for Free Electron Lasers (ExaFEL) project aims to stream data from the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) beamlines to a supercomputer via ESnet (the US Department of Energy’s

CANDLE Project Receives Award

The CANcer Distributed Learning Environment (CANDLE), an effort of the Exascale Computing Project, was honored in the HPCwire Readers’ & Editors’ Choice Awards, presented at the 2017 International Conference for

The Hair-Raising Potential of Exascale Animation

As the development and accessibility of high-performance computers explode beyond current limits, so too will the creative possibilities for the future of CG animation ignite.

OLCF Celebrates 25 Years of Technical Accomplishments and Scientific Achievements

The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) is celebrating 25 years at the forefront of high-performance computing.

Computational Technologies are Key Weapons in Attacking Cancer

John Russell writes in HPCwire that the role of computational technologies in the quest for precision medicine for cancer has become increasingly important.

Co-Design Center Develops Next-Generation Simulation Tools

The Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations provides Exascale Computing Project applications with leading-edge simulation algorithms that can extract greater performance from exascale hardware than what is currently available.

ECP Second Annual Meeting to Highlight Technical Successes, Emphasize Collaboration and Integration

February 6–8, 2018, at the Knoxville Convention Center, Knoxville, TN, the Exascale Computing Project (ECP) Second Annual Meeting will convene to highlight technical accomplishments that are being enabled by interactions and collaborations within the ECP community.

Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility to Celebrate 25th Anniversary at SC17

The US Department of Energy's booth (#613) at SC17 will be the setting for the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility's 25th Anniversary celebration on November 13, at 7:15pm MST. The celebration, which will take place during the Opening Gala of the conference, is to feature a short video, brief remarks, and a toast.

Invited Talk Examines Computational Chemistry, Newest Architectures, and Next-Generation Computers

This preview from insideHPC covers an invited SC17 talk on computational chemistry as it relates to the newest architectures and next-generation computers.

Exascale and the City

Exascale computing could help city planners, designers, and managers adapt cities to keep up with the complex and evolving needs of urban systems.

U.S. Industries To Benefit From Exascale Computing

  U.S. industries aim for faster, more efficient product design through exascale computing Jeremy Thomas Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Public Affairs   Computer-aided design and engineering have come a long

PathForward Vendor Hewlett Packard Enterprise Presents Eighteen Zeros Video

Watch a movie by Exascale Computing Project PathForward Vendor Hewlett Packard Enterprise on how the implications of an exascale computer will touch every aspect of our lives.

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