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EESI

Timeframe:
01/09/2012 – 28/02/2015
Coordinator:
Philippe Ricoux
TOTAL SA Direction Scientifique
philippe.ricoux@total.com
tel.: +33 1 47 44 75 35
Consortium:
TOTAL & PRACE
and 29 organisations.

News

Highlights from PRACE @ SC’14

PRACE’s presence at SC’14 in New Orleans, Louisiana in November was a focal point and attracted a great deal ...

Toward Better Failure Prediction for Crash Simulations using HPC

PSA Peugeot Citroën collaborated with Altair, Ecole Polytechnique Laboratoire de Mécanique des Solides (LMS) and PRACE to perform a study of ...

Events

28th January, 2015

BDEC Europe 2015

3 daysBarcelone - Spain
22nd February, 2015

GEOProcessing 2015

5 daysLisbon - Portugal

The European Exascale Software Initiative:

The objective of this Support Action, co-funded by the European Commission is to build a european vision and roadmap to address the challenges of the new generation of massively parallel systems composed of millions of heterogeneous cores which will provide multi-Petaflop performances in the next few years and Exaflop performances in 2020**. 

 

  • More information on the project and its structure and objectives are available in the section Project.

  • Details on Work Groups and experts involved can be found in the section "Working Groups"

 

*The speed of a supercomputer is measured in "FLOPS", FLoating Point Operations Per Second, "Petascale" supercomputers can process 1015  FLOPS. Exascale supercomputers can process 1018 FLOPS, one million teraflops. 

Dublin, Ireland, on 28 May and 29 May 2015

Our EESI2 Final Conference will take place, back-to-back with PRACEdays15, in Dublin, Ireland, on 28 May (Start 14:00) and 29 May 2015 (End 12:00 noon).

More information will follow soon!

Big Data and Extreme-scale Computing

In the past three years, the United States, the European Union, and Japan have each moved aggressively to develop their own plans for achieving Exascale computing in the next decade. Such concerted planning by the traditional leaders of HPC speaks eloquently about both the substantial rewards that await the success of... Read More

Studies and Initiatives

Scientific and Technical Challenges

Massively parallel systems will engage the HPC community for the next 20 years in defining new generations of applications and simulation platforms.Read More

Other initiatives

IESP http://www.exascale.org Community of researchers in HPC software is convinced that there is no way for a single continent alone (America, Europe or Asia) to design and develop all the software needed for these computers.Read More

Workshop "Simulating the Future" - 2008

Workshop « Simulating the Future ; Using One Million Cores and Beyond » organised by EDF R&D (JY Berthou) and Univ. of Tennessee(J. Dongarra)Read More

HPC/Exascale reports

Workshop « Simulating the Future ; Using One Million Cores and Beyond » organised by EDF R&D (JY Berthou) and Univ. of Tennessee(J. Dongarra)Read More