A number of staff from Berkeley Lab’s Computational Research Division are presenting talks and posters at the International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics in Valencia, Spain, July 15-19, 2019.
To Pump or Not to Pump?
Shalf Explores the Future of HPC Architectures at ISC19
ExaStar Takes Astrophysical Research to the Exascale
CAMERA Hosts 2019 Ptycho Developers Workshop
CosmoGAN: Training a Neural Network to Study Dark Matter
Modeling the Melting Antarctic Ice Sheet
Five Berkeley Lab researchers were recently honored with a Best Paper Award at the International Conference on Computational Science, held in Faro, Portugal, June 12-14.
As he prepared to head to ISC19 to give a keynote address on the topic, CRD's John Shalf shared his thoughts on what the future holds for computing technologies and architectures in the era beyond exascale.
Ptycho-tomography and spectro-ptychography are the most computationally intensive techniques being developed at the Advanced Light Source and light sources around the world.
Within the next few years, exascale computing will take computationally intensive astrophysics research to the next level. However, to harness the power of exascale, researchers will need new code developed specifically for exascale computing. The ExaStar project has researchers from multiple DOE national labs collaborating to develop new exascale-level code.
A team of computer and environmental scientists are developing a computational tool that will allow groundwater managers to plan and manage their precious water resources more sustainably, leading to improved resistance to droughts.