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Argonne's Blue Gene/P to host large cadre of INCITE researchers
Date:1/18/2008

nd decades that would have been needed without DOE's supercomputing resources. That means important scientific findings can be made more quickly and used to develop technologies that will benefit U.S. economic competitiveness and address society's concerns about the environment, clean and efficient energy, climate change, and healthcare, to name just a few."

"For example, Andrew Siegel, Argonne's project leader for nuclear simulation, will have the opportunity through INCITE to test a set of integrated models that will help to optimize and validate the design and safety of a new generation of advanced recycle reactors," Rosner said. "The integration of these models would represent a sea change over the traditional reliance on expensive instrumented experiments. In the long run, advanced simulation will significantly reduce the cost to construct new nuclear reactors, a carbon emissions-free source of electricity."

ALCF Director Raymond Bair said that, "Argonne has expanded its supercomputing capabilities to give scientists even more advanced computing resources with which to conduct more detailed and accurate simulations of scientific problems. Within the last year, the ALCF has expanded its computing power by more than a factor of twenty, to 111 teraflops. Argonne's recent order for a 445-teraflops IBM Blue Gene/P supercomputer will soon bring the ALCF a total computing power of 556 teraflops. A lot of important science is going to be done on this machine."

Of the 20 INCITE projects that will use the Blue Gene/P at Argonne, 13 are new projects and seven are projects renewed from 2007.

New projects:

  • David Dean of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) was awarded 10 million hours at Argonne and 7.5 million hours at ORNL to calculate structural and reaction properties of light- and medium-mass nuclei into the iron region from the complex two- and three-nucleon forces among protons and neutrons, potentially providing
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Contact: Angela Hardin
ahardin@anl.gov
630-252-5501
DOE/Argonne National Laboratory
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