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CEED's Fifth Annual Meeting Recap August 05, 2021

As part of the Exascale Computing Project (ECP), the Center for Efficient Exascale Discretizations (CEED) is a research partnership between two U.S. Department of Energy laboratories and five universities. LLNL leads the Center. All of CEED’s software is open source.

CEED held its fifth annual meeting (CEED5AM) virtually on August 3-4 . The goals of the meeting were to report on recent progress; deepen existing and establish new connections with ECP hardware vendors, ECP software technologies projects, and other collaborators; plan project activities; and work as a group to make technical progress. Presentations covered activities related to GPU support and GPU-enabled solvers, high-order methods and finite elements, software products including the AmgX linear solver library and libCEED algebraic library, benchmarking and optimization, various types of simulations enabled by CEED development, and much more.

Attendance included 97 researchers from 36 organizations: