Charmworks awarded DOE SBIR Phase I funding for the Charm++ parallel programming system

sbirCharmworks, Inc. was awarded funding as a part of the Department of Energy’s Small Business Innovation Research program in order to further research and commercial support for Charm++. The Charm++ parallel programming system has demonstrated promise in handling complex dynamic parallel applications in computational science. It automates resource management, tolerates failures, and can manage power/thermal issues. The objective of this project is transform Charm++ into a robust and easy to use system, with new runtime capabilities targeted to industry applications. Charmworks is now looking for commercial partners that could benefit from using Charm++ in their applications.

To read more about Charm++, see the manual.