Video: DOE’s New, State-of-the-Science Earth System Model

  • April 23, 2018
  • Brief,Home Page Feature
  • The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has unveiled a powerful, new earth system model that uses the world’s fastest computers so that scientists can better understand how earth system processes interact today and how they may evolve in the future. The Energy Exascale Earth System model, or E3SM, is the product of four years of development by top geophysical and computational scientists across DOE’s laboratory complex. This video highlights the capabilities and goals of the E3SM project.

    Video made possible by the following individuals:

    E3SM Model Simulations
    Peter Bosler, Sandia National Laboratories
    Peter Caldwell, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    Chris Golaz, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    Robert Jacob, Argonne National Laboratory
    Noel Keen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Jayesh Krishna, Argonne National Laboratory
    Wuyin Lin, Brookhaven National Laboratory
    Mathew Maltrud, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Azamat Mametjanov, Argonne National Laboratory
    Qi Tang, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    Luke Van Roekel, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Jon Wolfe, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    And the rest of the E3SM Team!

    E3SM Project Team Leadership
    Dorothy Koch, DOE Program Manager, Earth System Modeling
    David Bader, Principal Investigator and Council Chair, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    Ruby Leung, Chief Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
    Mark Taylor, Chief Computational Scientist, Sandia National Laboratories
    Renata B McCoy, Project Engineer, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    Philip Rasch, Council Member and Atmosphere Group Lead, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
    Shaocheng Xie, Atmosphere Group Lead, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    Todd Ringler, Council Member and Ocean/Ice Group lead, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Stephen Price, Ocean/Ice Group Lead, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Peter E Thornton, Council Member and Land Group Lead, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    William J Riley, Council Member and Land Group Lead, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    Kate Calvin, Land Group Lead, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
    Philip Jones, Council Member and Performance Group Lead, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Pat Worley, Performance Group Lead, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Robert Jacob, Council Member and Software Engineer/Coupler Group Lead, Argonne National Laboratory
    Andrew G Salinger, Software Engineer/Coupler Group Lead, Sandia National Laboratories
    Dean Williams, Council Member and Workflow Group Lead, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
    Valentine Anantharaj, Workflow Group Lead, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    James J Hack, Ex-officio Council Member, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    William Large, Ex-officio Council Member, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
    Esmond G Ng, Ex-officio Council Member, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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