The Terascale Simulation Tools and Technology center comprises researchers from seven institutions including six DOE laboratories (Argonne, Brookhaven, Lawrence Livermore, Oak Ridge, Pacific Northwest, and Sandia) and two universities ( Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and SUNY Stony Brook). The TSTT center management consists of Jim Glimm (from BNL/SUNY SB), David Brown (LLNL) and Lori Freitag (SNL) who are supported by an executive committee consisting of the technical leads for each area of research and the institutional points of contact.
TSTT Institutional Roles
Argonne National Laboratory. Argonne will co-lead the effort on mesh quality and optimization with SNL. It will contribute to the discretization library, interoperable meshing, and terascale computing efforts. It will lead the interactions with the CCA Forum, climate and Biology applications.
Brookhaven National Laboratory. BNL provides the Director of TSTT. It will lead the application effort and provide applications contact for climate (adaptive simulation) and accelerator design (PIC codes) and several other applications. It will provide support for finite element discretization and for FronTier development.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. LLNL will co-lead design and implementation of the meshing hierarchies and mesh component design with RPI. LLNL will be responsible for the enhancement of mesh generation tools for structured and hybrid meshes, the discretization operator library performance optimizations through ROSE, and will coordinate delivery of hybrid mesh technology for the Accelerator design project.
Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Oak Ridge will collaborate with SNL, ANL, and others on mesh quality, enhancement and interoperability, and will aim at applications in astrophysics.
Sandia National Laboratory. Sandia will collaborate with LLNL, RPI, and others on interoperable meshing, domain decomposition, and terascale computing. SNL will lead interactions with the SLAC accelerator group and co-lead the work on mesh quality and optimization with ANL.
Rensselear Polytechnic Institute. RPI will lead development of meshing and discretization technologies for high order methods, co-lead the development of the meshing hierarchies with LLNL and Sandia, co-lead the development of the discretization library with LLNL, provide key components for the terascale computing technologies and will coordinate the development of contributions to the fusion application.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. PNNL will collaborate on interoperable meshing by creating a CCA-compliant, parallel mesh generation and discretization component and will co-lead the terascale computing effort and coordinate the efforts in the biology applications for biology simulation models.
State University of New York, Stony Brook. Stony Brook will be the lead for interoperability of FronTier and the development of FronTier-Lite. It will lead in the development of conservative and higher order versions of FronTier. It will lead in the spray simulations and oil reservoir applications.
|David Brown (PI)||LLNLemail@example.com|
|Sohae Chung||SUNY SB|
|Ed D’Azevedo (PI)||ORNLfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Valmor de Almeida||ORNLemail@example.com|
|Lori Freitag (PI)||SNLfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Joe Flaherty (PI)||RPIemail@example.com|
|Jim Glimm (Director)||BNL/SUNY SBfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Patrick Knupp (PI)||SNLemail@example.com|
|Xiaolin Li (PI)||SUNY SBfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|E. Seegyoung Seol||RPIemail@example.com|
|Mark Shephard (PI)||RPIfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Harold Trease (PI)||PNNLemail@example.com|
|Lynn Trease (PI)||PNNLfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Zhiliang Xu||SUNY SB|
|Yan Yu||SUNY SB|
|Ning Zhao||SUNY SB||631-632-7566||Ning.Zhao@stonybrook.edu|
|Yongmin Zhang||SUNY SBemail@example.com|