Building a Capable Exascale Ecosystem

The creation of a capable exascale ecosystem will have profound effects on the lives of Americans, improving our nation’s national security, economic competitiveness, and scientific capabilities.

Why Does Exascale Matter?

The exponential increase of computation power enabled with exascale will fuel a vast range of breakthroughs and accelerate discoveries in national security, medicine, earth sciences and many other fields.

Stars over the Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory in Chile utilizing the new Dark Energy Camera (DECam). Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy.

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Getting the Most-Powerful Supercomputers Up and Running

The lessons the US Department of Energy Office of Science learns from the supercomputers at its user facilities will extend to launching its next high-performance computing challenge: exascale.

Energy Dept. shoots for exascale computer in a national lab by 2021

Posted on Federal News Radio By David ThorntonAugust 21, 2017 3:33 pm   https://federalnewsradio.com/agency-of-the-month-shows/2017/08/energy-dept-shoots-for-exascale-computer-in-a-national-lab-by-2021/ “The goal of the Path Forward program is for the six companies who got contracts to develop

ModSim 2017: Guiding the Future of Systems and Applications and Enriching the HPC Community

Paul Messina, director of the Exascale Computing Project, on August 9 delivered the keynote presentation at the Workshop on Modeling & Simulation of Systems, ModSim 2017, in Seattle, Washington.

Sandia biochemist Joanne Volponi prepares enzyme sample for assaying. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy.

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