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At Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, a ferrofluid is a liquid mixed with small metallic particles that can become magnetized in the presence of a magnetic field. Ferrofluids are used in electronics, spacecraft, and medicine, but are also a fascinating way to visualize a magnetic field in three dimensions. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Department of Energy.

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U.S. Industries To Benefit From Exascale Computing

  U.S. industries aim for faster, more efficient product design through exascale computing Jeremy Thomas Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Public Affairs   Computer-aided design and engineering have come a long

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

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insideHPC: Exascale Computing to Accelerate Clean Fusion Energy

Using supercomputers to model and simulate plasma behavior, scientists have made great strides toward building a working fusion reactor. Exascale systems will bring the promise of fusion energy closer.

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

U.S. Industries To Benefit From Exascale Computing

  U.S. industries aim for faster, more efficient product design through exascale computing Jeremy Thomas Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Public Affairs   Computer-aided design and engineering have come a long

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U.S. Industries To Benefit From Exascale Computing

  U.S. industries aim for faster, more efficient product design through exascale computing Jeremy Thomas Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Public Affairs   Computer-aided design and engineering have come a long

PathForward Vendor Hewlett Packard Enterprise Presents Eighteen Zeros Video

Watch a movie by Exascale Computing Project PathForward Vendor Hewlett Packard Enterprise on how the implications of an exascale computer will touch every aspect of our lives.

HPCwire - Argonne Training Program: Leaning into the Supercomputing Learning Curve

HPCwire -  The Exascale Computing Project's ATPESC (Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing.   https://www.hpcwire.com/off-the-wire/argonne-training-program-leaning-supercomputing-learning-curve/  

Future HPC Leaders Gather at Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing

Exascale computing will open a universe of possibilities to simulate experiments and analyze reams of data. Special training will help scientists seize the opportunity.

Los Alamos Brings Complementary Strengths to the Exascale Computing Project

The synergy of national security science and multidisciplinary research experience at Los Alamos National Laboratory benefits the Exascale Computing Project.

Tri Alpha Energy Looks to Exascale Computing

From TOP500.org Posted by: Michael Feldman Fusion Energy Startup is Counting on Exascale Computing Tri Alpha Energy (TAE) is on a mission is to build the world’s first commercially viable

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

OLCF’s 200 Petaflops Summit Machine Still Slated for 2018 Start-up

HPCwire reports on a talk by Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility researcher Wayne Joubert on the status of the Summit supercomputer.

ECP Co-Design Center Achieves Orders of Magnitude Speed-Up in Latest Software Release

An article in HPCwire reports on the progress in software development of the Exascale Computing Project's Block-Structured Adaptive Mesh Refinement Co-Design Center.

Exascale Computing to Help Accelerate Drive for Clean Fusion Energy

Exascale Computing to Help Accelerate Drive for Clean Fusion Energy Jon Bashor Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Computing Sciences   For decades, scientists have struggled to create a clean, unlimited energy

HPCwire: Exascale Computing to Help Accelerate Drive for Clean Fusion Energy

An article by Jon Bashor of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Computing Sciences examines the need for exascale computing power to advance research on fusion reactor design and highlights the potential for collaboration with industry partners who will require this kind of power.

insideHPC: Exascale Computing to Accelerate Clean Fusion Energy

Using supercomputers to model and simulate plasma behavior, scientists have made great strides toward building a working fusion reactor. Exascale systems will bring the promise of fusion energy closer.

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