# 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 20 SciDAC-5 Partnerships

### Basic Energy Sciences

Traversing the “death valley” separating short and long times in non-equilibrium quantumdynamical simulations of real materials

Lead Investigator: Garnet Chan, California Institute of TechnologyProvide support for solution of eigenvalue problems and time integration

Relativistic Quantum Dynamics in the Non-equilibrium Regime

Lead Investigator: Eugene DePrice, Florida State UniversityProvide support for solution of eigenvalue problems

Large-scale algorithms and software for modeling chemical reactivity in complex systems

Lead Investigator: Martin Head-Gordon, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California - BerkeleyProvide support for solution of eigenvalue problems and linear solvers

Real-time dynamics of driven correlated electrons in quantum materials

Lead Investigator: Vojtech Vlcek, University of California - Santa BarbaraProvide support for solution of eigenvalue problems and multiscale embedding

### Biological and Environmental Research

Improving the Quasi‐biennial oscillation through surrogate‐ accelerated parameter optimization and vertical grid modification

Lead Inestigator: James Benedict, LANLCapturing the Dynamics of Compound Flooding in E3SM

Lead Investigator: Gautam Bisht, PNNLMPAS‐O/ROMS Comparison, Nesting, and Coupling for Improved Representation and Parameterization of Coastal and Submesoscale Ocean Processes in E3SM

Lead Investigator: Robert Hetland, PNNLFramework for Antarctic System Science In E3SM

Lead Investigator: Matt Hoffman, LANLImproved Coupled Climate Simulations in E3SM Through Enhanced Sea-Ice Mechanics

Lead Investigator: Deborah Sulsky, University of New MexicoPhysical, Accurate, and Efficient Atmosphere and Surface Coupling Across Scales

Lead Investigator: Hui Wan, PNNL

### High Energy Physics

Multiscale acceleration: Powering future discoveries in High Energy Physics

Lead Investigator: Peter Boyle, BNLEnabling Cosmic Discoveries in the Exascale Era

Lead Investigator: Katrin Heitman, ANLNext-Generation Precision for Neutrino and Collider Computations

Lead Investigator: Noemi Rocco, FNALCollaboration for Advanced Modeling of Particle Accelerators

Lead Investigator: Jean-Luc Vay, LBNL

### Nuclear Physics

Femtoscale Imaging of Nuclei using Exascale Platforms

Lead Investigator: Ian Cloet, ANLFundamental nuclear physics at the exascale and beyond

Lead Investigator: Robert Edwards, JLabSciDAC‐5 Nuclear Computational Low Energy Initiative (NUCLEI)

Lead Investigator: Thomas Papenbrock, University of Tennessee, Knoxville & ORNL

### Nuclear Energy

Simulation of the Response of Structural Metals in Molten Salt Environment

Lead Investigator: Laurent Capolungo, LANL

### Office of Electricity

Probabilistic Impact Scenarios for Extreme Weather Event Reslience

Lead Investigator: Jean-Paul Watson, SNLLead Investigator: Space Weather Mitigation Planning

Lead Investigator: Russell Bent, LANL

## FASTMath is engaging with 23 SciDAC-4 Partnerships

### Basic Energy Sciences

Advancing Catalysis Modeling: From Atomistic Chemistry to Whole System Simulation

Lead Investigator: Martin Head-Gordon, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and University of California, BerkeleyProvide support for solution of linear systems and solution of eigenvalue problems

Computational Framework for Unbiased Studies of Correlated Electron Systems

Lead Investigator: Thomas Maier, Oak Ridge National LaboratoryProvide support for data analytics

Topological and Correlated Matter via Tensor Networks and Quantum Monte Carlo

Lead Investigator: Thomas Devereaux, SLAC National Accelerator LaboratoryProvide support for solution of eigenvalue problems

### Biological and Environmental Research

Adaptive Vertical Grid Enhancement for ACME

Lead Investigator: Takanobu Yamaguchi, CIRES at the University of Colorado at BoulderProvide support for structured mesh discretization

A New Discrete Element Sea-ice Model for Earth System Modeling

Lead Investigator: Adrian Turner, Los Alamos National LaboratoryProvide support for unstructured mesh discretization

Assessing and Improving the Numerical Solution of Atmospheric Physics in ACME

Lead Investigator: Hui Wan, Pacific Northwest National LaboratoryProvide support for time integration

Optimization of Sensor Networks for Improving Climate Model Predictions

Lead Investigator: Daniel Ricciuto, Oak Ridge National LaboratoryProvide support for uncertainty quantification

Probabilistic Sea-Level Projections from Ice Sheet and Earth System Models

Lead Investigators: Stephen Price, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Esmond G. Ng, Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryProvide support for structured mesh discretization, unstructured mesh discretization, solution of linear and nonlinear systems, numerical optimization, and uncertainty quantification

### Fusion Energy Sciences

AToM: Advanced Tokamak Modeling Environment

Lead Investigator: Jeff Candy, General AtomicsProvide support for structured mesh discretization

Center for Integrated Simulation of Fusion Relevant RF Actuators

Lead Investigator: Paul Bonoli, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyProvide support for unstructured mesh discretization

Center for Tokamak Transients Simulations

Lead Investigator: Stephen Jardin, Princeton Plasma Physics LaboratoryProvide support for solution of linear systems

ISEP: Integrated Simulation of Energetic Particles in Burning Plasmas

Lead Investigator: Zhihong Lin, University of California, IrvineProvide support for solution of linear systems

Partnership Center for High-fidelity Boundary Plasma Simulation

Lead Investigator: C.-S. Chang, Princeton Plasma Physics LaboratoryProvide 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, AustinProvide 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 LaboratoryProvide 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 LaboratoryProvide support for unstructured mesh discretization and solution of linear systems

Tokamak Disruption Simulation

Lead Investigator: Xianzhu Tang, Los Alamos National LaboratoryProvide support for unstructured mesh discretization, solution of linear systems, and uncertainty quantification

### High-Energy Physics

Accelerating HEP Science: Inference and Machine Learning at Extreme Scales

Lead Investigator: Salman Habib, Argonne National LaboratoryProvide support for numerical optimization

Community Project for Accelerator Science and Simulation 4 (ComPASS4)

Lead Investigator: James Amundson, Fermi National Accelerator LaboratoryProvide support for structured mesh discretization, solution of linear systems, and numerical optimization

HEP Data Analytics on HPC

Lead Investigator: James Kowalkowski, Fermi National Accelerator LaboratoryProvide support for numerical optimization

### Nuclear Energy

Simulation of Fission Gas in Uranium Oxide Nuclear Fuel

Lead Investigator: A. David Andersson, Los Alamos National LaboratoryProvide support for solution of linear systems and uncertainty quantification

### Nuclear Physics

Nuclear Computational Low-Energy Initiative (NUCLEI)

Lead Investigator: Joseph Carlson, Los Alamos National LaboratoryProvide support for time integration, solution of eigenvalue problems, and numerical optimization

Towards Exascale Astrophysics of Mergers and Supernovae (TEAMS)

Lead Investigator: William Hix, Oak Ridge National LaboratoryProvide support for structured mesh discretization