The Bell will toll for some of the most innovative climate research projects on one of the world's most powerful supercomputers starting this year.
The new Gordon Bell Prize for Climate Modelling will be awarded annually for a span of 10 years, starting in 2023, to acknowledge the efforts of climate scientists and software engineers in the broad domain.
Prize-winning submissions will address the impact and prospective influence across climate modelling, allied fields, and broader society, with a keen eye on how this is facilitated by the utilization of supercomputing, notably in how parallel computing aids in addressing global climate issues.
Among the notable projects up for the award is a team from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and seven other Department of Energy (DOE) national laboratories, all of whom are shortlisted for the inaugural Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Gordon Bell Prize for Climate Modelling.
The nomination recognizes ...
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