CHAMMPComputer Hardware, Advanced Mathematics, and Model Physics
CHAMMPComprehensive Hazardous Material Management Programs
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CHAMMP s objective is to develop materials and processing methodologies to create advanced materials and devices for future Air Force assets and weapon systems.
The Parallel Ocean Program (POP) was developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory under the Department of Energy's Climate Change Prediction Program (formerly CHAMMP), which was established to rapidly advance the science of predicting the climate a decade or more in advance.
Led by Warren Washington of NCAR, the project's initial goal was to build a Parallel Climate Model for MPP and DSM architectures, exploiting some of the earlier parallel techniques developed during a 1994-97 DOE program called Computer Hardware, Advanced Mathematics, and Model Physics (CHAMMP), which sought to move climate models onto MPP supercomputers.