Oak Ridge National Laboratory invites you to the HPC4Mobility Stakeholders’ Workshop hosted at the Westin Hotel in Downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee. In the spring time frame of 2019, we intend to solicit proposals from external partners to access the national laboratory system’s high performance computing facilities to solve mobility issues and handle big data. These facilities will be made accessible for winning proposals.
This workshop will foster understanding of mobility systems and their impact on mobility energy so that new tools, insights, and technologies can be developed that will increase energy mobility productivity for individuals and businesses and inform the community and industry needs to better tailor the solicitation. View a draft spreadsheet for this program.
High Performance Computing (HPC) is a unique DOE national laboratory capability that has been successfully applied to other areas such as manufacturing and materials. This workshop will build off that and better define how to apply HPC to the mobility technology area, and how to better quantify the benefits to industry and the community. It is part of the umbrella initiative HPC4EnergyInnovation.