Computing Patterns for High Performance Multiscale Computing

The main objective of the ComPat project is to develop generic and reusable High Performance Multiscale Computing algorithms that will address the exascale challenges posed by heterogeneous architectures and will enable to run multiscale applications with extreme data requirements while achieving scalability, robustness, resiliency, and energy efficiency. The set of generic multiscale computing patterns will be designed to support realization of generic exascale application scenarios with special attention to load balancing, fault tolerance and energy consumption.  The viability of the approach will be demonstrated by implementing nine grand challenge applications which are exascale-ready and pave the road to unprecedented scientific discoveries.

The ambition of the project is to establish new standards for multiscale computing at exascale, and provision a robust and reliable software technology stack that empowers multiscale modellers to transform computer simulations into predictive science.

Scheduled start date: 2015-10-01
Scheduled finish date: 2018-09-30
Status: current

Tomasz Piontek
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