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Article Offers Recap of Recent Interview with Doug Kothe

Writer Jeffrey Burt in The Next Platform provides an analysis of the recent interview with Exascale Computing Project Director Doug Kothe.

Ushering in a New Approach to Scientific Computing

CODAR, an Exascale Computing Project co-design center, aims to produce an infrastructure for online data analysis and reduction.

Exascale Computing Project Announces Staff Changes Within Software Technology Group

ECP's Jonathan Carter of Berkeley Lab, Lois Curfman McIness of Argonne, and Sherry Li of Berkeley Lab are moving to new leadership roles.

Project Update: Excellent Review Results, Readiness for Accelerated Architectures, More

Disciplined and tailored project management led to very impressive results for the Exascale Computing Project in the most comprehensive independent review to date.

Solving Multiphysics Problems at Scale on Today's Most Powerful Supercomputers

Technologies known as the Data Transfer Kit (DTK) and ArborX enable researchers to focus more on their science rather than on low-level algorithms in simulations.

ECP Software Technology Capability Assessment Report V2.0 is Released

An update from the Exascale Computing Project (ECP) gives the latest overview and assessment of ECP Software Technology capabilities and activities for stakeholders and the broader HPC community.

Earth and Space Science Applications Simulate Elusive Phenomena to Confirm Observations

Exascale Computing Project Earth and Space Science teams are producing sophisticated tools for large-scale scientific discoveries.

Better Scientific Productivity through Better Scientific Software: The IDEAS Report

A newly released report introduces work to advance software productivity and sustainability for extreme-scale computational science.

Rewriting a Legacy Computational Chemistry Software Package for Larger Simulations and Exascale Speed

A collaborative team is working to get NWChem ready to run on exascale machines and to provide a starting point for future code development.

Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing Scheduled for July 26–August 7, 2020

Computational scientists now have the opportunity to apply for the upcoming Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing.

Providing Exascale Solutions for the Assembly and Analysis of Metagenomic Data

Kathy Yelick and Lenny Oliker of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory explain why understanding microbial communities is so important.

Catlett to Deliver Keynote at International Meeting on Improving Cities

Charlie Catlett will discuss how sophisticated models and ensembles of models can capture individual urban processes and systems and interactions.