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July 15, 2022

The development of a whole device model (WDM) for a fusion reactor is critical for the science of magnetically confined fusion plasmas. In the next decade, the Read more…

HPCwire Talks Exascale with Doug Kothe at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

July 6, 2022

In this one-on-one interview, Doug Kothe – associate laboratory director, Computing and Computational Sciences at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and director Read more…

Flux Supercomputing Workload Manager Hits Milestones in Advance of Supporting Exascale Science

March 2, 2022

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ECP Brings Optimizations to the MPICH Library

February 22, 2022

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ECP: Modernizing Workflow Analysis to Assist in Supercomputer Procurements

October 8, 2021

It is well known in the high-performance computing (HPC) community that many (perhaps most) HPC workloads exhibit dynamic performance envelopes that can stress Read more…

Verifying the Universe with Exascale Computers

July 30, 2021

The ExaSky project, one of the critical Earth and Space Science applications being solved by the US Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Exascale Computing Project (ECP), is preparing to use the nation’s forthcoming exascale supercomputers. Exascale machines will enable the ExaSky team to verify the gravitational influences, gas dynamics, and astrophysical inputs that they use to model the universe... Read more…

ECP Leads the Way to Cross-Platform Tested and Verified Compilers for HPC and Exascale Architectures

June 9, 2021

The Exascale Computing Project (ECP) is working to combine two key technologies, LLVM and continuous integration (CI), to ensure that current and future compile Read more…

Rice Oil and Gas Keynote Offers Exascale Lessons and Thoughts on Technology Uptake

March 11, 2021

For the better part of a decade the U.S. Exascale Computing Initiative (ECI) has been churning along vigorously. The first exascale supercomputer – Frontier – is expected this year, with Aurora and El Capitan to follow. How much of the exascale-derived technology will diffuse through the broader HPC landscape... Read more…

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