Science at ALCF

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Si based clathrate Computational Engineering of Electron-Vibration Coupling Mechanisms
Marco Govoni, University of Chicago/Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
60 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Demonstration of the Scalability of Programming Environments By Simulating Multi-Scale Applications
Robert Voigt, Leidos
ALCC 2017
110 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Computer Science
ECP Consortium for Exascale Computing
Paul Messina, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
530 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Computer Science
Elimination of Modeling Uncertainties through High-Fidelity Multiphysics Simulation to Improve Nuclear Reactor Safety and Economics
Emily Shemon, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
44 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Engineering
Extreme-Scale Simulations for Multi-Wavelength Cosmology Investigations
Katrin Heitmann, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
40 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
High-Fidelity Gyrokinetic Study of Divertor Heat-Flux Width and Pedestal Structure
Choong-Seock Chang, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
ALCC 2017
80 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
High-Fidelity Numerical Simulation of Wire-Wrapped Fuel Assemblies
Elia Merzari, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
85 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Engineering
Imaging Transient Structures in Heterogeneous Nanoclusters in Intense X-ray Pulses
Phay Ho, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
68 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Large-Eddy Simulation Component of the Mesoscale Convective System Climate Model Development and Validation (CMDV-MCS) Project
William Gustafson, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
74 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Earth Science
Modeling Helium-Hydrogen Plasma Mediated Tungsten Surface Response to Predict Fusion Plasma Facing Component Performance
Brian Wirth, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
98 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Multiscale Simulations of Hematological Disorders
George Karniadakis, Brown University
ALCC 2017
20 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Biological Sciences
Non-Boussinesq Effects on Buoyancy-Driven Variable Density Turbulence
Daniel Livescu, Los Alamos National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
60 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Engineering
Nuclear Spectra with Chiral Forces
Alessandro Lovato, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
35 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Nucleon Structure and Electric Dipole Moments with Physical Chirally-Symmetric Quarks
Sergey Syritsyn, RIKEN BNL Research Center
ALCC 2017
135 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Flows in Advanced Steam Generators - Year 3
Aleksandr Obabko, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
50 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Engineering
Portable Application Development for Next-Generation Supercomputer Architectures
Tjerk Straatsma, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
ALCC 2017
20 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Computer Science
Predictive Modeling of Functional Nanoporous Materials, Nanoparticle Assembly, and Reactive Systems
J. Ilja Siepmann, University of Minnesota
ALCC 2017
130 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Materials Science
Protein-Protein Recognition and HPC Infrastructure
Benoit Roux, The University of Chicago
ALCC 2017
Biological Sciences
Quantum Monte Carlo Computations of Chemical Systems
Olle Heinonen, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
5 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Chemistry
Artist’s representation of the ATLAS detector at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider, Simulating Particle Interactions and the Resulting Detector Response at the LHC and Fermilab
Taylor Childers, Argonne National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
58 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Spin-Forbidden Catalysis on Metal-Sulfur Proteins
Sergey Varganov, University of Nevada, Reno
ALCC 2017
42 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Chemistry
Studying Astrophysical Particle Acceleration in HED Plasmas
Frederico Fiuza, SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory
ALCC 2017
50 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Physics
Understanding the Role of Ice Shelf-Ocean Interactions in a Changing Global Climate
Mark Petersen, Los Alamos National Laboratory
ALCC 2017
25 Million Core-Hours at the ALCF
Earth Science