SciDAC Partnerships

The SciDAC-5 FASTMath Institute is actively collaborating with SciDAC Partnership projects.

Prospective collaborators may find the materials presented in our webinars useful.

FASTMath is engaging with 23 SciDAC-4 Partnerships

Basic Energy Sciences

Biological and Environmental Research

Fusion Energy Sciences

  • AToM: Advanced Tokamak Modeling Environment
    Lead Investigator: Jeff Candy, General Atomics

    • Provide support for structured mesh discretization

  • Center for Integrated Simulation of Fusion Relevant RF Actuators
    Lead Investigator: Paul Bonoli, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

    • Provide support for unstructured mesh discretization

  • Center for Tokamak Transients Simulations
    Lead Investigator: Stephen Jardin, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

    • Provide support for solution of linear systems

  • ISEP: Integrated Simulation of Energetic Particles in Burning Plasmas
    Lead Investigator: Zhihong Lin, University of California, Irvine

    • Provide support for solution of linear systems

  • Partnership Center for High-fidelity Boundary Plasma Simulation
    Lead Investigator: C.-S. Chang, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

    • Provide support for unstructured mesh discretization, solution of linear systems, and data analytics

  • Partnership for Multiscale Gyrokinetic (MGK) Turbulence
    Lead Investigator: David Hatch, University of Texas, Austin

    • Provide support for time integration and solution of nonlinear systems

  • Plasma Surface Interactions: Predicting the Performance and Impact of Dynamic PFC Surfaces
    Lead Investigator: Brian Wirth, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

    • Provide support for unstructured mesh discretization, solution of linear systems, and uncertainty quantification

  • Simulation Center for Runaway Electron Avoidance and Mitigation (SCREAM)
    Lead Investigator: Dylan Brennan, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

    • Provide support for unstructured mesh discretization and solution of linear systems

  • Tokamak Disruption Simulation
    Lead Investigator: Xianzhu Tang, Los Alamos National Laboratory

    • Provide support for unstructured mesh discretization, solution of linear systems, and uncertainty quantification

High-Energy Physics

Nuclear Energy

Nuclear Physics