Performance and energy efficiency in material science simulation on heterogeneous architectures

@article{Pascolo2014PerformanceAE,
  title={Performance and energy efficiency in material science simulation on heterogeneous architectures},
  author={Eric Pascolo and Fabio Affinito and Carlo Cavazzoni},
  journal={2014 International Conference on High Performance Computing & Simulation (HPCS)},
  year={2014},
  pages={927-932}
}
In HPC applications, the energy efficiency is becoming more and more important, due to architectural constraints. It is therefore of primary interest to measure and evaluate the energy efficiency of current architectures using typical HPC workloads. One of the most used and appreciated codes publicly available for computational material science simulation, and largely used in many high end HPC system is Quantum ESPRESSO [1]. In this work we present the results of a set of benchmarks of Quantum… CONTINUE READING

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