Workshop on the Grand Challenges of
Advanced Computing for Energy Innovation

July 31–August 2, 2012 — Hyatt Regency, Reston, VA

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Presentations - Panels

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Presentations - Colloquiums

Corson/Pan: Advanced Computing for Energy: Multi-Physics Analysis, Design Optimization, and Data Analytics (Colloquium 3)
Crowley: Molecular Modeling, Mechanics, and Dynamics - HPC Enabling Economic Biofuels (Colloquium 1)
Diachin: DOE Applied Mathematics Software for High Performance Computing (Colloquium 2)
Felker: Windplant Aerodynamics and Loads (Colloquium 1)
Graybill: The Cloud - Lowering Barriers to Computing, Software and Expertise (Colloquium 3)
Hitchcock: DOE Advanced Computing Platforms and Programs (Colloquium 2)
Huang: Electrons flow fast. Can power grid computation keep up? (Colloquium 1)
Hutchings: Addressing Complexity, Reliability, and Competition – Engineering Simulation for Energy Innovation (Colloquium 3)
Kailasam: Addressing Energy Challenges by Going Beyond Realistic Engineering Simulations (Colloquium 3)
Kothe: Consortium for Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors: A DOE Energy Innovation Hub (Colloquium 1)
Lany: Design, discovery, and detailed theory for photovoltaic materials using electronic structure methods (Colloquium 1)
Larzalere: Opening Remarks (Day 1)
Lee: Overview of DOE Modeling, Simulation and Analytics Resources for Energy Applications (Colloquium 2)
Pratt: Advanced Simulation and Analysis Software for Power Distribution Systems (Colloquium 2)
Reynolds: Computational Methods In Energy Related Materials Science (Colloquium 3)
Sankaran: Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Combustion: Fundamental Science towards Predictive Models (Colloquium 1)
Shoshani: Scalable Data Management, Analysis, and Visualization Tools for Computational Science (Colloquium 2)
Valentine: Advanced Software for Radiation Physics and Safety (Colloquium 2)
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