Verified Exascale Computing for Multiscale Applications

The purpose of the VECMA project is to enable a diverse set of multiscale, multiphysics applications — from fusion and advanced materials through climate and migration, to drug discovery and the sharp end of clinical decision making in personalised medicine — to run on current multi-petascale computers and emerging exascale environments with high fidelity such that their output is “actionable”. That is, the calculations and simulations are certifiable as validated (V), verified (V) and equipped with uncertainty quantification (UQ) by tight error bars such that they may be relied upon for making important decisions in all the domains of concern. The central deliverable is an open source toolkit for multiscale VVUQ based on generic multiscale VV and UQ primitives, to be released in stages over the lifetime of this project, fully tested and evaluated in emerging exascale environments, actively promoted over the lifetime of this project, and made widely available in European HPC centres.

Peter Coveney has been granted a new allocation on Summit, the world's most powerful supercomputer. The OLCF Resource Utilization Council has approved the new project called IMPRESS. The allocation is for 25,000 Summit node hours and 2,500 Rhea node hours for 12 months. #hpc

Global heating: London to have climate similar to Barcelona by 2050, research results based purely on modelling and simulation:

Check out our YouTube channel for videos from the MMS Workshop at ICCS2019. Here, Piet Jarmatz and Philipp Neumann talk about MaMiCo: Parallel Noise Reduction for Multi-Instance Molecular-Continuum Flow Simulation

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