Pathways Allocation

Pathways Awardees

The National Science Foundation approved allocations of supercomputing time on Frontera to 26 Pathway projects, starting in June 2020 and running for a year. Pathways allocations are designed to provide compute time to science teams with a strong scientific justification for access to a leadership-class computing resource. Successful applicants will use the allocation award to work with the Frontera team to scale their codes in order to effectively use the system.

Principal Investigator Organization Title Allocation Date
David Baker University of Washington Mini-Protein Binder Design January 2020
Scott Baker UNAVCO Corporation Cyberinfrastructure for GeoSciFramework and Big Data Innovation April 2020
Matthew Clement Carnegie Institution of Washington Investigating the Final Assembly of the Inner Solar System with GPU Acceleration January 2020
Jonathan Grossman Rice University Future Application, Programming Model, and Runtime Research for OpenSHMEM Deborah Levin University of Illinois Numerical simulations of plasma based flowsusing heterogeneous computational strategies. January 2020
Michael Grudic Northwestern University Exploring the Physical Ingredients of Star Formation with Simulations Alexei Kritsuk University of California, San Diego Numerical Simulations of Interstellar Turbulence January 2020
Gian Giacomo Guerreschi Intel Corporation Large-scale simulation of quantum computers with realistic noise models April 2020
Fan Guo Los Alamos National Laboratory Plasma Dynamics and Particle Acceleration in 3D Relativistic Magnetic Reconnection January 2020
Kathryn Hamilton Drake University R-Matrix with Time Dependence Calculations for Ultrafast Atomic Processes in Strong Laser Fields April 2020
Peter Hamlington University of Colorado Structure and Dynamics of Highly Turbulent Premixed Combustion Evan Ma Johns Hopkins University Predicting orientation-dependent plastic events in amorphous solids via deep learning January 2020
Ulrich Hansmann University of Oklahoma Exploration of Energy Landscapes of Protein Folding and Amyloid Formation January 2020
Lorraine Hwang Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics, UC Davis Computational Infrastructure for Geodynamics - Community Code Scaling April 2020
Lizy John University of Texas at Austin GPU-Accelerated Computing for Solving Partial Differential Equations using Nodal Discontinuous Galerkin Methods January 2020
Boris Kozinsky Harvard University Advanced machine learning force field development for linear alkoxy dehydrogenation on Cu-based catalysts January 2020
Alexei Kritsuk University of Californias, San Diego Numerical Simulations of Interstellar Turbulence January 2020
Krishna Kumar University of Texas at Austin MPM: Towards a peta-scale simulation of landslide hazards January 2020
Kristina Launey Louisiana State University Ab initio nuclear structure and reactions for light to medium-mass nuclei April 2020
Deborah Levin University of Illinois Numerical Simulations of Plasma Based Flowsusing Heterogeneous Computational Strategies January 2020
Ying Li University of Connecticut Multiscale Modeling of Blood Circulation and Tumor Extravasation of Nanomaterials for Targeted Drug Delivery January 2020
Evan Ma Johns Hopkins University Predicting Orientation-Dependent Plastic Events in Amorphous Solids via Deep Learning January 2020
Ivan Oleynik University of South Florida Predictive Simulations of Phase Transitions in Dynamically Compressed Silicon January 2020
Dong Qian University of Texas at Dallas Develop A Data-driven Approach To The Mechanics of Nanoscale Interfibrillar Interface in Collagen April 2020
Jose Rizo-Rey University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Mechanism of Ca2+-evoked synaptic vesicle fusion April 2020
Stuart Shapiro University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Studies In Theoretical Astrophysics and General Relativity April 2020
Joan-Emma Shea University of California, Santa Barbara Protein Stability in Mixed Osmolyte Conditions and the Self-assembly of the Tau Protein April 2020
Ashok Srinivasan   Pedestrian Dynamics-Based Analysis of Infection Propagation Through Air Travel Matthew Clement Carnegie Institution of Washington Investigating the final assembly of the inner solar system with GPU acceleration January 2020
Devarajan Thirumalai University of Texas at Austin Computational and Theoretical Studies on DNA Folding, Eukaryotic Chromosomes, and Glassy Materials January 2020
Liang Xu University of Texas at San Antonio Dynamics of Aquaporin Membrane Junctions April 2020
Bilge Yildiz Massachusetts Institute of Technology Prediction of functional defect properties in materials for clean energy and brain-inspired information processing January 2020

View April 2020 LSCP and Pathways Project Abstracts (53 KB PDF)

View January 2020 LSCP and Pathways Project Abstracts (127 KB PDF)