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Applied Numerical Algorithms Group

Intel Parallel Computing Center for Climate Applications


Cut­‐away of a cubed sphere atmosphere test problem, showing a Hadley cell-­like vertical velocity field

We are preparing for NERSC-8 "Cori" Xeon Phi architecture by exploring parallelism and many-core performance in climate applications. This work is associated with an Intel Parallel Computing Center at NERSC, led by Nick Wright.

For more information, please contact:

ANAG Members


  • Bryce Lelbach (LSU, Stellar Group)
  • Nick Wright (NERSC)

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