ExaWind, a DOE Exascale Computing Project, is developing new simulation capabilities to more accurately predict the complex flow physics of wind farms, and Berkeley Lab is bringing its adaptive mesh refinement expertise to the project to help make this happen.
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The U.S. Department of Energy’s Exascale Computing Project has named Berkeley Lab's Dan Martin team lead for their Earth and Space Science portfolio.
CRD researchers are part of a collaboration that is using BerkeleyGW software to enhance the search for new, more efficient photovoltaic solar cell materials on the first exascale computers.
CRD and NERSC scientists are collaborating with Carnegie Mellon and a number of other academic institutions on research that will use the nation’s first exascale computer to continue the search for new, more efficient photovoltaic solar cell materials.
The Exascale Computing Project has named Sherry Li, a senior scientist in Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division, as team lead for the ECP’s Mathematical Libraries division.
Some two dozen scientists from Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division participated in the 2020 SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, held Feb. 12-15 in Seattle.