"Solar storms consist of massive explosions on the Sun that can release the energy of over 2 billion megatons of TNT in the form of solar flares and Coronal Mass Ejections (CMEs). CMEs eject billions of tons of magnetized plasma into space, and while most of them miss Earth entirely, there have been some in the past that would have inflicted great damage on our modern technological society had they hit us. In order to predict the consequences of such potentially disastrous impacts, we require greater understanding of CME initiation and propagation dynamics.
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1. ORNL Article: Boosting industry with OpenACC
2. OpenACC Blog: Evaluating the Performance of OpenACC in GCC
3. Tutorial: Zero to GPU Hero with OpenACC by Jeff Larkin
4. Call for Applications
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