NNSA Software

The NNSA supports the development of open source software technologies that are both important to the success of national security applications and externally impactful for the rest of the ECP and the broader community. These software technologies are managed as part of a larger Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASC) portfolio, which provides resources to develop and apply these technologies to issues of importance to national security.

LANL NNSA

Objective: LANL’s NNSA/ATDM software technology efforts include Legion (PM/R), LLVM (Tools), Cinema (Data/Vis), and BEE (Ecosystem).

The NNSA supports the development of open- source software technologies that are both important to the success of national security applications and externally impactful for the rest of the ECP and the broader community.

Principal Investigators: Mike Lang, Los Alamos National Laboratory

LLNL NNSA

Objective: LLNL’s NNSA/ATDM software technology efforts include Spack, Flux (Ecosystem), RAJA, Umpire (PMR), Debugging @ Scale, Flux/Power (Tools), and MFEM (Math Libs)

The NNSA supports the development of open- source software technologies that are both important to the success of national security applications and externally impactful for the rest of the ECP and the broader community.

Principal Investigators: Becky Springmeyer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

SNL NNSA

Objective: SNL’s NNSA/ATDM software technology efforts include Kokkos (PM/R) and Kokkos Kernels (Math Libs)

The NNSA supports the development of open- source software technologies that are both important to the success of national security applications and externally impactful to the rest of the Exascale Computing Project and the broader community.

Principal Investigators: Jim Stewart, Sandia National Laboratories