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List of White Papers Prepared for the Applications Workshop

Ashcraft, Cleve, Roger Grimes, John Hallquist, and B. Maker. “Supercomputing and Mechanical Engineering.” Livermore Software Technology Corporation.

Colella, Phillip. “Computational Fluid Dynamics for Multiphysics and Multiscale Problems.” Computing Sciences Directorate, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

Colvin, Michael. “Quantum Mechanical Simulations of Biochemical Processes.” Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Eubank, Stephen. “The Future of Supercomputing for Sociotechnical Simulation.” Computer and Computational Sciences Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory.

Hendrickson, Bruce, William E. Hart, and Cindy Phillips. “Supercomputing and Discrete Algorithms: A Symbiotic Relationship.” Discrete Algorithms and Math Department, Sandia National Laboratories.

Hughes, Gary D., William W. Carlson, and Francis E. Sullivan. “Computational Challenges in Signals Intelligence.” National Security Agency (Hughes) and IDA Center for Computing Sciences (Carlson and Sullivan).

Keyes, David E. “Supercomputing for PDE-based Simulations in Mechanics.” Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, Columbia University.

Killough, John. “High Performance Computing and Petroleum Reservoir Simulation.” Landmark Graphics Corporation.



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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing C List of White Papers Prepared for the Applications Workshop Ashcraft, Cleve, Roger Grimes, John Hallquist, and B. Maker. “Supercomputing and Mechanical Engineering.” Livermore Software Technology Corporation. Colella, Phillip. “Computational Fluid Dynamics for Multiphysics and Multiscale Problems.” Computing Sciences Directorate, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Colvin, Michael. “Quantum Mechanical Simulations of Biochemical Processes.” Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Eubank, Stephen. “The Future of Supercomputing for Sociotechnical Simulation.” Computer and Computational Sciences Division, Los Alamos National Laboratory. Hendrickson, Bruce, William E. Hart, and Cindy Phillips. “Supercomputing and Discrete Algorithms: A Symbiotic Relationship.” Discrete Algorithms and Math Department, Sandia National Laboratories. Hughes, Gary D., William W. Carlson, and Francis E. Sullivan. “Computational Challenges in Signals Intelligence.” National Security Agency (Hughes) and IDA Center for Computing Sciences (Carlson and Sullivan). Keyes, David E. “Supercomputing for PDE-based Simulations in Mechanics.” Department of Applied Physics and Applied Mathematics, Columbia University. Killough, John. “High Performance Computing and Petroleum Reservoir Simulation.” Landmark Graphics Corporation.

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