Tagged with: Application Development

Audio Update: Application Development Research Focus Area

The status of the testing of ECP applications on the Summit system at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the success and impact of the co-design centers are among the subjects of an audio update from Andrew Siegel, director of ECP’s Application Development research focus area.

ECP Director of Application Development Participates in Panel Discussion on Exascale

ECP's Andrew Siegel offered insights to a panel discussion on exascale computing at the 2018 Rice Oil & Gas Conference, March 12 and 13, in Houston.

New Book Captures Programming Strategies for Future Systems

A new book examines programming strategies that are being applied across a wide spectrum of scientific domains in preparation for exascale computing.

Heterogeneous Catalysis

Exascale computing is essential to study the catalysis process because of the large number of atoms that must be treated with accurate methods.

Simulation: Supernova Explosion

Hot material roils around a newly-born neutron star at the center of a core-collapse supernova.

Revealing Biological Function in Real Time

LCLS is revealing biological structures that could help scientists design new life-saving drugs with limited side effects.

World’s biggest machine!

Intermittent renewable sources (wind and solar), electric vehicles, and smart loads will vastly change the behavior of the world’s biggest machine, the electric power grid.

Solutions for Microbiome Analysis

Analyzing the DNA of microorganism communities is one of the most computationally demanding tasks in bioinformatics, requiring exascale computing and advanced algorithms.

Molecular Dynamics at the Exascale

Simulations that fully exploit exascale can solve key problems in fission and fusion materials

Computing the Sky at Extreme Scales

The video shows a portion of a simulation of the cosmological structure formation from the HACC code's 'Q Continuum' run on Titan.

CANDLE Accelerates Cancer Solutions

The ECP CANDLE project is working with the National Cancer Institute to accelerate the development of optimal cancer treatment strategies.

PPPL physicists win ECP funding

The Princeton Plasma Physics Lab (PPPL) has been selected by the ECP to develop a fusion plasmas application.

Nashville NPR Interview with Oak Ridge Scientists

Oak Ridge scientists are writing code that not even the world's fastest computers can run (yet).

Berkeley Lab to Lead Exascale Projects

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory will help develop 11 critical research applications for next-generation supercomputers for the ECP.

Two Argonne-led Projects Among ECP Awards

Two ECP application projects will be led by principal investigators at the DOE’s Argonne National Laboratory.

ORNL App Development

Oak Ridge National Laboratory staffers will participate in several newly awarded ECP application development projects.