In 2015, the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy’s (EERE) Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) initiated the High Performance Computing for Manufacturing (HPC4Mfg) program to pair industry partners with the DOE national laboratories to solve production and design problems, with the goal of reducing national energy consumption. HPC4Mfg has since been expanded to HPC4EI, which is funded by AMO, EERE’s Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technologies Office (HFTO) and Vehicle Technologies Office (VTO), and by the Office of Fossil Energy (FE).
The HPC4EI program has funded more than 100 projects with participation by 11 different national laboratories. The world-class computational capabilities at the national laboratories are used to address problems in steel and aluminum manufacture, jet turbine design and manufacture, advanced materials for light weighting and high temperature, high corrosion applications, chemical processing and many more topic areas.
Join us on October 2nd for the special webinar event. The program will include a three-hour plenary session in which industry experts will discuss how the program has helped to meet their technical and business objectives while saving energy for the nation.
Following the plenary sessions there will be an on-line poster session. This is an opportunity for the virtual meeting participants to meet and discuss individual projects and capabilities. Presentations will span a wide variety of industries and national laboratories. Poster materials can be viewed on-line and sign-ups for virtual 1:1 meetings are available. Poster content will be available prior to the event day with opportunities to sign-up for virtual 1:1 meetings with poster presenters.