Project 38 is a set of vendor-agnostic architectural explorations involving DOD, the DOE Office of Science, and NNSA (these latter two organizations are referred to below as “DOE”). These explorations are expected to accomplish the following:
- Near-term goal: Quantify the performance value and identify the potential costs of specific architectural concepts against a limited set of applications of interest to both the DOE and DOD.
- Long-term goal: Develop an enduring capability for DOE and DOD to jointly explore architectural innovations and quantify their value.
Read more with the Project 38 Whitepaper.
- John Shalf (PI)
- Anastasiia Butko
- David Donofrio
- Farzad Fatollahi-Fard
- George Michelogiannakis
- Dilip Vasudevan
- Maximilian Bremer
- Patricia Gonzalez-Guerrero
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