Tagged with: ORNL

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.

The History of the Exascale Project and How Frontier Solves the Four Exascale Challenges

Al Geist on the history of the Exascale Computing Project

ORNL Launches Summit Supercomputer

The U.S. Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory today unveiled Summit as the world’s most powerful and smartest scientific supercomputer.

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.

ORNL Begins Construction of Summit Supercomputer

Oak Ridge National Laboratory has begun to install Summit. Besides providing unprecedented amounts of computational capacity for traditional high-performance computing applications, it will offer the largest platform in the world for deep learning workloads.

Oak Ridge Computing Director Nichols on What Will Matter at Exascale

Featured ECP Lab Partner Update Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) in Tennessee is the largest US Department of Energy (DOE) science and energy lab and has been home to some

Presentation: Exascale Computing Project

Learn more about the Exascale Computing Project, part of President Barak Obama’s National Strategic Computing Initiative.

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