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Computational Science / SciDAC

  

 

The U.S. Department of Energy's Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) (http://www.scidac.gov/) program brings together the nation's top researchers to tackle challenging scientific problems. The Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research in DOE's Office of Science supports multidisciplinary SciDAC projects which includes the ComPASS project for Accelerator Simulation in which ACG is a major participant.  

 

>>> SciDAC efforts in Computational Science:

 

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SciDAC conference 2010

Meeting Challenges in Extreme-Scale Electromagnetic Modeling of Next Generation Accelerators using ACE3P SciDAC10

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SciDAC conference 2009

Large Scale Shape Optimization for Accelerator Cavities SciDAC09

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SciDAC conference 2008

Computational Science Research in Support of Petascale Electromagnetic Modeling SciDAC08

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SciDAC conference 2007

Enabling Technologies for Petascale Electromagnetic Accelerator Simulation SciDAC07

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SciDAC conference 2006  

Advancing Computational Science Reseach for Accelerator Design and Optimization SciDAC06 [ppt]

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Shape Uncertainty Quantification - Solving the CEBAF BBU Problem

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Determining Deformed Cavity Shape - CEBAF

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Optimization Method - Choke Mode Cavity

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Moving Window with hp Refinement - PEP-X Undulator

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Multilevel Preconditioner

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Parallel Scalable Graph Construction

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Mesh Curving Corrections - ILC Coupler

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 h-Refinement for Short-range Wakefield - ILC Cavity Endgroup 

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Projection Method for Eigen-value Problems -  ILC DDS Cell

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Adaptive Refinement for Eigen-value Problems -  ILC DDS Cell

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Hybrid Linear Solver 

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Partitioning for Load Balancing

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Eigensolver Speed and Scalability

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Visualization with V3D - Mode Rotation in the ILC Cavity

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