More than 35 members of LLNL’s Computation Directorate will attend the 2017 Supercomputing Conference. The Laboratory’s presence includes tutorials, poster and paper sessions, and the Job Fair.
Achieving 50–100 times performance increase on real applications over today’s most powerful HPC platforms, such as Sierra, as quickly and energy efficiently as possible, will force fundamental changes in all computer components. To reach this goal—and to prepare for future exascale systems—we are developing new algorithms and tools that help researchers address these complexities and fully exploit the systems’ performance. We are also partnering with industry experts to develop well-coordinated solutions to hardware and software design challenges. View content related to Extreme Computing.
LLNL’s Center for Applied Scientific Computing (CASC) serves as the Lab’s window to the broader computer science, computational physics, applied mathematics, and data science research communities.
The first-ever LLNL Developer Day event included Lightning Talks, Deep Dives, a discussion panel, and plenty of snacks.
Livermore scientists are redesigning simulation software to leverage the capabilities of next-generation exascale computing.
CASC conducts world-class scientific research and development on problems critical to national security.