Large-Scale Community Projects Allocation

LSCP Awardees


The National Science Foundation approved allocations of supercomputing time on Frontera to the following Large Scale Community Projects (LSCP), starting in June 2020, with the opportunity to continue for three years to support long-lived science and engineering experiments. The LSCP allocations fill a void by providing research projects serving large numbers of researchers who would otherwise find it difficult to compete for allocations as an individual researcher.

2021 Awardees

Principal Investigator Organization Title Allocation Date
Kenneth Bloom University of Nebraska at Lincoln Frontera Computing for the Compact Muon Solenoid at the Large Hadron Collider January 2021
Chi-kwan Chan University of Arizona The Frontera-Event Horizon Telescope Partnership January 2021
Matthew Coleman Princeton University Understanding the Global Behavior of Core-Collapse Supernovae May 2021
Robert Gardner University of Chicago Discovery and Measurement at the Energy Frontier with the ATLAS Detector at the CERN Large Hadron Collider January 2021
Francis Halzen University of Wisconsin IceCube Computing on Frontera January 2021
Philip Hopkins California Institute of Technology Simulating New Physics on Cosmological Scales: The Feedback In Realistic Environments (FIRE) Project January 2021
Saul A. Teukolsky Cornell University Gravitational Waves from Compact Binaries: Computational Contributions to LIGO January 2021

2020 Awardees

Principal Investigator Organization Title Allocation Date
Kenneth Bloom University of Nebraska at Lincoln Frontera Computing for the Compact Muon Solenoid at the Large Hadron Collider April 2020
Manuela Campanelli Rochester Institute of Technology Advancing Computational Methods to Understand the Dynamics of Ejection, Accretion, Winds and Jets in Neutron Star Mergers April 2020
Chi-kwan Chan University of Arizona The Frontera-Event Horizon Telescope Partnership April 2020
William Daughton Los Alamos National Laboratory LSCP Support for the SolFER DRIVE Center October 2020
Keh-Fei Liu University of Kentucky Neutron Electric Dipole Moment from Lattice QCD July 2020
Robert Gardner University of Chicago Discovery and Measurement at the Energy Frontier with the ATLAS Detector at the CERN Large Hadron Collider April 2020
Christine Goulet University of Southern California SCEC Earthquake Modeling, Ground Motion, and Hazard Simulations April 2020
Francis Halzen University of Wisconsin IceCube Computing on Frontera April 2020
Kenichi Nishikawa Los Alamos National Laboratory Computational Study of Astrophysical Plasmas October 2020
Saul A. Teukolsky Alabama A&M University Gravitational Waves from Compact Binaries: Computational Contributions to LIGO April 2020
David Vartanyan University of California, Berkeley Understanding the Global Behavior of Core-Collapse Supernovae April 2020