Grand Challenge #1 Awardees

The Computing Grand Challenge Program allocates significant quantities of institutional computational resources to LLNL researchers to perform cutting edge research on the LC capability computers. Proposals are reviewed by a lab-wide committee of researchers on the basis of the expected visibility and impact of the computational approach and anticipated scientific results. Most projects selected for Grand Challenge are awarded Tier 2 allocations, which corresponds to a substantial allocation on LC capability machines. A small number of highly-scored proposals are awarded larger Tier 1 allocations each year to showcase the highest visibility computational science currently being conducted at LLNL.


March 1, 2005–March 1, 2007

Tier I

PI Project Title Host Allocation
(kCPU-Hrs/Week)
Allocation
(kCPU-Hrs)
Abraham, Farid
Pitera, Jed
Swope, William
Protein Folding at the Speed Limit Thunder 57 5902
Bulatov, Vasily Dynamics and Self-Organized Patterning of Lines Thunder 21 2227
Evans, Reed Shock-Generated Coherent Radiation Thunder 24 2403
Mundy, Christopher Unraveling the Mysteries of Atmospheric and Planetary Water Using First-Principles Methods and Terascale Computing Resources Thunder 57 5902
Schwegler, Eric Towards the Simulation of Nano-Fluidic Devices: Wet Transport of Nanoparticles in Highly Confined Media Thunder 94 9799
Taylor, John
Bala, G.
Regional Scale Climate Change Detection Thunder 86 8908

Tier II

Hood, Randolph
Patel, Mehul
Supersqueezing: Hybridization and Multiphase Competition in the Melting and Solidification of High-Z Metals Thunder 15 1559
Norman, Mike Enzo Lightcone Simulations Thunder 9 483
 
Totals   Thunder   37182