A blue-ribbon panel identifies the top 10 challenges on the path to a computer a thousand times faster than today’s machines.
The next Department of Energy supercomputer: a high-speed, energy-sipping bridge to exascale speed.
DOE Early Career Award researchers are developing software techniques to solve the most complex problems.
As climate changes, so must the tools to model it.
Research is shaping exascale computing to go easy on the juice.
Exaflops-capable computers will pose challenges for translating computer simulation results into understandable images without sapping computer power.
Computer designers are rethinking nearly everything in their quest to develop systems capable of exaflops-speed calculations.
Scientific simulations at the exascale will generate huge amounts of data that researchers will need to assimilate for discoveries.
Studying interactions among the neutrons and protons that comprise nuclei will require exascale computers.