Alumni Project

Terascale Simulation Tools and Technologies (TSTT) ISIC

The primary goal of this ISIC is to develop technologies that enable application scientists to easily use multiple mesh and discretization strategies within a single simulation on terascale computers. The focus will be on high-quality hybrid mesh generation for representing complex (and possibly evolving) domains, high-order discretization techniques for improved numerical solutions, and adaptive strategies for automatically optimizing the mesh to follow moving fronts or to capture important solution features. Results of this effort will be encapsulated into software components with well-defined interfaces that enable different mesh types, discretization strategies, and adaptive techniques to interoperate in a "plug and play" fashion.

Funding:

20012002200320042005
$1.9M$2.0M$2.5M$2.6M$2.8M

Institutions Involved

  • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Lead)
  • Argonne National Laboratory
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Sandia National Laboratory
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • State University of New York, Stony Brook

Principal Investigator

Jim Glimm    glimm@ams.sunysb.edu

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