Plasma-PEPSC aims at reaching scientific breakthroughs in plasma science Grand Challenges through exascale computing and extreme-scale data analytics, by enabling unprecedented simulations on current pre-exascale and future exascale platforms to control plasma-material interfaces, optimize magnetically confined fusion plasmas, design next-generation plasma accelerators and predict space plasma dynamics in the Earth’s magnetosphere.
Plasma-PEPSC aims at achieving these goals by maximizing the parallel performance and efficiency of four European flagship plasma codes with a large user base: BIT, GENE, PIConGPU, and Vlasiator, by building on algorithmic advances as well as on programming model and library developments (MPI, accelerator and data movement APIs and runtimes, in-situ data analysis). Plasma-PEPSC ensures an integrated HPC software engineering approach for deploying, verifying, and validating extreme-scale kinetic plasma simulations that can serve as a community standard.
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