CP2K on the road to exascale

T. Kühne, C. Plessl, R. Schade, O. Schütt, ArXiv:2205.14741 (2022).

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The CP2K program package, which can be considered as the swiss army knife of atomistic simulations, is presented with a special emphasis on ab-initio molecular dynamics using the second-generation Car-Parrinello method. After outlining current and near-term development efforts with regards to massively parallel low-scaling post-Hartree-Fock and eigenvalue solvers, novel approaches on how we plan to take full advantage of future low-precision hardware architectures are introduced. Our focus here is on combining our submatrix method with the approximate computing paradigm to address the immanent exascale era.
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Kühne T, Plessl C, Schade R, Schütt O. CP2K on the road to exascale. arXiv:220514741. Published online 2022.
Kühne, T., Plessl, C., Schade, R., & Schütt, O. (2022). CP2K on the road to exascale. In arXiv:2205.14741.
@article{Kühne_Plessl_Schade_Schütt_2022, title={CP2K on the road to exascale}, journal={arXiv:2205.14741}, author={Kühne, Thomas and Plessl, Christian and Schade, Robert and Schütt, Ole}, year={2022} }
Kühne, Thomas, Christian Plessl, Robert Schade, and Ole Schütt. “CP2K on the Road to Exascale.” ArXiv:2205.14741, 2022.
T. Kühne, C. Plessl, R. Schade, and O. Schütt, “CP2K on the road to exascale,” arXiv:2205.14741. 2022.
Kühne, Thomas, et al. “CP2K on the Road to Exascale.” ArXiv:2205.14741, 2022.

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