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DOE Funds 15 Research Projects on Extreme-Scale Science

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DOE Funds 15 Research Projects on Extreme-Scale Science

The Department of Energy has selected 15 extreme-scale science research projects to receive $11 million in funding. 

Under the Exploratory Research for Extreme-Scale Science program, the awardees will use emerging trends and advances in high-end computing, massive datasets, scientific machine learning, artificial intelligence and novel computing architectures to enhance scientific computing for various science applications, the DOE said.

The projects, selected through a competitive peer review, include modeling cryogenic and photonic beyond-exascale supercomputing systems, developing new techniques for converting quantum circuits into dynamic quantum walks and mapping the converted circuits onto different kinds of quantum computers. Each project will last up to two years and will receive fiscal year 2023 funding with a combined value of $8.4 million and outyear funding based on congressional appropriations.

Ceren Susut, DOE acting associate director of science for Advanced Scientific Computing Research, said the projects will explore opportunities beyond exascale computing to realize the full potential of scientific computing from emerging technologies.

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