Combustion: S3D uses chemical model to simulate combustion process in order to understand the ignition characteristic of bio-fuels for automotive usage. Publication: SC 2012.
Fusion: EPSi simulation workflow provides insight into edge plasma physics in magnetic fusion devices by simulating movement of millions particles. Publication: CCGrid 2010
Subsurface modeling: IPARS uses multi-physics, multi-model formulations and coupled multi-block grids to support oil reservoir simulation of realistic, high-resolution reservoir studies with a million or more grids. Publication: CCGrid 2011
Computational mechanics: FEM coupled with AMR is often used to solve heat transfer or fluid dynamic problems. AMR only performs refinements on important region of the mesh. (work in progress)
Material Science: SNS workflow enables integration of data, analysis, and modeling tools for materials science experiments to accelerate scientific discoveries which requires beam lines data query capability. (work in progress)
Material Science: QMCPack utilizes quantum Monte Carlo (QMC) studies in heterogeneous catalysis of transition metal nanoparticles, phase transitions, properties of materials under pressure, and strongly correlated materials. (work in progress)
DataSpaces 1.6.2 has been released with support for Cray Dynamic RDMA credentials (NERSC Cori) and improved support for the IBM XL compiler, among other bug fixes. It is available in the Download section.
We are excited to announce the addition of full-time developer, Philip Davis, to the DataSpaces team.
Qian Sun was awarded the best paper award at the Second International Workshop on Extreme Scale Programming Models and Middleware (ESPM2) at SC16 for her paper entitled, "In-staging data placement for asynchronous coupling of task-based scientific workflows."
Dataspaces 1.6.1 has been released with new network support and various bug fixes. It is available in the Download section.
Dataspaces 1.6.0 has been released with new features and various bug fixes. It is available in the Download section.