July SciDAC Meeting

  • August 8, 2019
  • Event Announcement
  • BER and ASCR Partnerships Benefit E3SM

    SciDAC logoPrincipal investigators of the Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) program met in Rockville, MD from July 16-18, 2019. The meeting brought together a community of applied mathematicians, computer scientists, and domain scientists that worked collectively to achieve advances and computational breakthroughs for DOE-mission science.


    Poster sessions and oral presentations included updates from the eight projects funded as SciDAC partnerships between BER (Biological and Environmental Research) and ASCR (Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research) to develop components or major capabilities for future versions of E3SM that will lead to improvements in coupled-system predictability and computational performance. Additionally, Kate Evans of Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) led a discussion session on how the BER partnership projects can work more effectively with the ASCR SciDAC institutes.


    For more meeting details visit the meeting website. To learn more about the eight E3SM projects funded by SciDAC, see the “Contributing to E3SM Refinement” story published in July 2018.

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