Scientific Applications

The Mont Blanc project aims to assess the potential of low-power embedded components based clusters to address future Exascale HPC needs. Among other objectives, we also aim to assess on the different generation of platforms made available by the project the behaviour of up to eleven real exascale-class scientific applications. These eleven real scientific applications, used by academia and industry, running daily in production into existing European (PRACE Tier-0 systems) or national HPC facilities have been selected by the different partners in order to cover a wide range of scientific domains (geophysics, fusion, materials, particle physics, life sciences, combustion, weather forecast) as well as hardware and software needs. Some of these applications are also part of the PRACE Benchmark.

BQCD

BQCD is a hybrid Monte-Carlo code that simulates Quantum Chromodynamics with...

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BIGDFT

BigDFT is a DFT massively parallel electronic structure code (GPL license) using a wavelet basis set...

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COSMO

COSMO-Model is a non-hydrostatic limited-area atmospheric prediction model...

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EUTERPE

EUTERPE is a particle-in-cell (PIC) gyrokinetic code for global linear and non-linear simulations...

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MP2C

MP2C implements the multi-particle collision dynamics method, which is a particle based description...

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PEPC

PEPC is a tree code for solving the N-body problem. It is not restricted to Coulomb systems but...

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PROFASI

PROFASI is a Monte Carlo simulation package for protein folding and aggregation simulations...

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QUANTUM ESPRESSO

Quantum ESPRESSO is an integrated suite of Open-Source computer codes for...

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SMMP

SMMP provides advanced Monte Carlo algorithms and several force fields to simulate the...

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SPECFEM3D

SPECFEM3D uses the continuous Galerkin spectral-element method to simulate acoustic (fluid)...

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YALES2

YALES aims to solve two-phase combustion from primary atomization to pollutant prediction...

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