Tagged with: Exascale

From ORNL Review: An Infographic on the Promise of Exascale Computing

ORNL Review of Oak Ridge National Laboratory recently published an infographic showing some of the ways exascale will expand research and development.

Assessing regional earthquake risk and hazards in the age of exascale

From Science Daily Assessing regional earthquake risk and hazards in the age of exascale With emerging exascale supercomputers, researchers will soon be able to accurately simulate the ground motions of

Slate Writes that Exascale Will Foster Competitiveness, Sustainability, and Security

Achieving exascale computing will result in more realistic models for predicting weather and earthquakes and for making many other essential scientific and technological advances.

From HPCwire: LBL’s Kathy Yelick on the Promise and Progress of Exascale Science

LBL's Kathy Yelick on the Promise and Progress of Exascale Science

Coupled Monte Carlo Neutronics and Fluid Flow Simulations of Small Modular Reactors

Exascale will allow for a new generation of nuclear that works smart on the electric grid and help maximize the efficiency and increase the lifespan of current US nuclear reactors.

Making It All Work: Developing a Software Stack for Exascale

(This is an introductory-level article targeted for readers somewhat new to HPC and exascale.) Without the invisible infrastructure called the software stack, even the world’s fastest computer wouldn’t compute much

CEED Co-Design Center Launches New Website

The website for the ECP's Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations (CEED) co-design center is now live. CEED is one of the ECP’s five co-design centers established to overcome performance barriers

Advancing the Frontiers of Computing at PNNL: the March Toward Exascale

Source: Tri-City Herald, Kennewick, WA A contributed article from Steven Ashby, Director, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory We often hear how supercomputers are used to tackle incredibly complex problems. They have

INSIDEHPC: DOE AWARDS $258 MILLION FOR EXASCALE TO U.S. HPC VENDORS

InsideHPC's Rich Brueckner reports on the DOE PathForward Announcement. https://insidehpc.com/2017/06/podcast-doe-awards-258-million-exascale-u-s-hpc-vendors/  

HPCwire’s John Russell Covers the DOE PathForward Announcement

Six Exascale PathForward Vendors Selected; DOE Providing $258 Million.

On the Path to the Nation’s First Exascale Supercomputers: PathForward

Six leading U.S. technology companies will receive funding to accelerate technology for the nation’s first exascale supercomputers.

HPCwire Covers the Exascale Computing Project: A Presentation by ECP Director, Paul Messina

HPCwire Covers the Exascale Computing Project: A Presentation by ECP Director, Paul Messina. John Russell provided this thorough recap of ECP Director Paul Messina's opening presentation at the Hyperion Research

ECP Background Document

Learn why the Exascale Computing Project was established, the goals and focus of the ECP, and why it’s needed.

The march toward
exascale computers

High-performance computing is reaching new heights, especially in China