Los Alamos National LaboratoryTrinity
Advancing Predictive Capability for Stockpile Stewardship

6/29/2016 10:26 AM - Los Alamos National Laboratory is monitoring the situation unfolding in Turkey. Security officials are engaged with the Department of Energy DOE, as well as federal and local law enforcement. There are no known imminent threats to DOE sites or personnel. If you plan to travel to Turkey or the region, monitor the Department of State website, www.travel.state.gov, for advisories, warnings and travel restrictions. This event again reminds us of terrorism's global reach however, the U.S. homeland is not immune to potential attacks. If you plan to attend Independence Day festivities, especially large gatherings, be aware of your surroundings and know emergency contact numbers. The LANL Emergency Operations Center EOC 24-hour number is 505 667-6211.

Trinity supercomputer, August 2015

The Trinity Advanced Technology System

The Trinity supercomputer is designed to provide increased computational capability for the NNSA Nuclear Security Enterprise in support of ever-demanding workloads, e.g., increasing geometric and physics fidelities while maintaining expectations for total time to solution. The capabilities of Trinity are required for supporting the NNSA Stockpile Stewardship program’s certification and assessments to ensure that the nation’s nuclear stockpile is safe, reliable, and secure.

The Trinity project is managed and operated by Los Alamos National Laboratory and Sandia National Laboratories under the Alliance for Computing at Extreme Scale (ACES) partnership. The system will be physically located in Los Alamos at the Nicholas Metropolis Center for Modeling and Simulation.

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