01- 2010 Gordon Bell Prize

01- 2010 Gordon Bell Prize - accepted as a path forward...

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4 of 6 ACM 2010 Gordon Bell Prize Finalists use Office of Science User Facilities Full Heart-Circulation System The first large-scale simulation of blood flow in the coronary artieries, with a realistic description of human arterial geometry at spatial resolutions from centimeters down to 10 microns run on Jugene at Jülich. Astrophysical N-body Simulation An astrophysical N-body simulation with 3,278,982,596 particles using a treecode algorithm shows a sustained performance of 190.5 Teraflops on DEGIMA, a 144 node GPU cluster at Nagasaki U. Simulation of Excited Electron States First principle simulations of excited state properties and strong electron correlations that are based on many- body Green's function approach run on Jaguar at over 1.3 Petaflops. These methods, that are generally
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Unformatted text preview: accepted as a path forward beyond standard density functional theory, have now become tractable, and with continued increase in supercomputer performance they will become mainstream. DNS of Blood Flow on 200K Cores The first high-fidelity petascale direct numerical simulation of blood flow that directly resolves the interactions of 200 million deformable red blood cells in plasma. Runs on GPUs, and achieves 700 Teraflops on 200k cores of Jaguar . Extreme-Scale AMR Scaling difficult Adaptive Mesh Refinement techniques to over 224,000 cores on Jaguar demonstrating excellent scaling. Scalable Earthquake Simulation Largest simulation of an earthquake ever performed shows a magnitude-8 quake and its impact on the region. Run on 223,074 cores on Jaguar opening new territory for earthquake science. 1...
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