• Department of Defense High Performance Computing Modernization Program
    Booth R0309
    Ralph A. McEldowney, ralph.mceldowney@wpafb.af.mil

      The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) High-Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP) was created to modernize the DoD's high performance computing and networking resources. The program's vision is to provide DoD's scientists and engineers with advanced computational environments to solve the most challenging problems, effectively delivering science to the warfighter. The theme for this year's exhibit is 2001: A DoD HPC Odyssey. The exhibit will highlight the DoD's nearly decade-long period of growth in HPC capabilities and reveal future HPC plans. The exhibit will also showcase the program's three major initiatives: high performance computing centers, high-speed networking, and software development. In addition, it will highlight significant DoD research conducted in ten computational technology areas. Interactive presentations, videos, demonstrations, and posters will illustrate how the DoD's HPC odyssey is successfully delivering science to the warfighter.