Exascale Computing Project: Leveraging HPC and Neural Networks for Cancer Research

What happens when Department of Energy (DOE) researchers join forces with chemists and biologists at the National Cancer Institute (NCI). They use the most advanced high-performance computers to study cancer at the molecular, cellular and population levels.

DOE Awards $5.2M to HPC for Energy Projects, Announces Intent for Spring 2024 Solicitation

March 11, 2024 — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a $5.2 million federal investment for 13 projects that will tap into the DOE national laboratories’ high performance computing (HPC) resources to help industry partners improve material performance, advance manufacturing processes, and reduce industrial emissions. These collaborative projects will address manufacturing and materials challenges […]

Argonne: ATPESC Training Application Deadline Extended to March 10

The application deadline for the Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing (ATPESC) program has been extended to Sunday, March 10. This year marks the 12th  year for ATPESC, which  provides intensive, two-week training on the key skills, approaches, and tools to design, implement, and execute computational science and engineering applications on current high-end computing systems […]

Exascale’s New Software Frontier: ExaSGD

“Exascale’s New Frontier,” a project from the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, explores the new applications and software technology for driving scientific discoveries in the exascale era. The Scientific Challenge As more renewable sources of energy are added to the national power grid, it becomes more complex to manage. That’s because renewables such as wind […]

Exascale: E4S Software Deployments Boost Industry Acceptance of Accelerators

Last November at SC23, industry leaders reflected on successful deployments of the Exascale Computing Project’s Extreme-Scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S). They highlighted how E4S at Pratt & Whitney, ExxonMobil, TAE Technologies, and GE Aerospace….

AMD Hires Former Oak Ridge Director Thomas Zacharia

AMD today announced that Thomas Zacharia, former director of Oak Ridge National Laborary, has joined AMD as senior vice president of strategic technology partnerships and public policy. Zacharia spent 35 years at Oak Ridge, leaving there after the organization developed and….

Exascale’s New Software Frontier: Combustion-PELE

“Exascale’s New Frontier,” a project from the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, explores the new applications and software technology for driving scientific discoveries in the exascale era. The scientific challenge Diesel and gas-turbine engines drive the world’s trains, planes, and ships, but the fossil fuels that power these engines produce much of the carbon emissions […]

NERSC Call for Proposals: Generative AI for Science, April 1 Deadline

NERSC is inviting proposals for projects that will leverage NERSC’s Perlmutter supercomputer to push the state of the art in Generative AI (GenAI) and deep learning for science and produce novel science outcomes.  We are specifically seeking teams with expertise using deep learning for science, a deep understanding of the scientific domain, and demonstrated proofs-of-concept. NERSC staff […]

Riverlane and Rigetti Partner with Oak Ridge Lab on HPC-Quantum Integration

Riverlane and Rigetti Computing (Nasdaq: RGTI) today announced their participation in a project led by the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to explore the challenges of integrating a quantum computer with a large-scale, supercomputing centre.  Quantum computers will play an important role in the future of computing as they promise to solve problems […]

HPC System Analyst Jackie Scoggins Reflects on Her Time at NERSC

As part of cthe 50th anniversary celebrations for the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC), “In Their Own Words” is a Q&A series featuring voices from across the NERSC landscape, past and present, about their experiences at NERSC. Jackie Scoggins arrived at NERSC in 1996 as a system analyst and administrator for the Computational […]