This visualization is a first look at data from the final cosmological simulations carried out on the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility’s recently retired Mira supercomputer.
Trish Damkroger, GM/VP Intel & Rick Stevens, Assoc Director at Argonne discuss how Exascale computing will speed discovery in cancer treatments, open new insights into astrophysics, and much more.
Rick Stevens, who leads Argonne’s Exascale Computing Initiative and the Computing, Environment and Life Sciences directorate, talks about the journey to increasingly more powerful computers.
As part of the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility’s (ALCF’s) Aurora Early Science Program, a research team led by Argonne National Laboratory physicist Jimmy Proudfoot is preparing to use the lab’s upcoming Intel-Cray exascale system to advance physics research at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider. The team’s “Simulating and Learning in the ATLAS Detector at the Exascale” project is developing exascale workflows, algorithms, and machine learning capabilities to accelerate the search for new physics discoveries.
Rick Stevens, Associate Laboratory Director at Argonne National Laboratory and computer science professor at the University of Chicago, explains how the new Aurora exascale supercomputer will provide unprecedented capability to integrate data analytics, AI, and simulation for advanced 3D modeling.