A Sandia team from the Center for Computational Research (Michael Wolf, Mehmet Deveci, Jon Berry, Si Hammond, and Siva Rajamanickam) was awarded champion status in the 2017 DARPA/Amazon/IEEE Graph Challenge (http://graphchallenge.mit.edu/champions) for their fast triangle counting implementation KKTri. KKTri was developed as part of the KokkosKernels framework, leveraging linear algebra-based triangle counting algorithms developed in the data analytics miniapp miniTri and performance portable on-node parallelism provided by Kokkos. KKTri was able to count 35 billion triangles (in a 1.2 billion edge graph) in 43 seconds on a single compute node. The work is described in the paper: Wolf, Deveci, Berry, Hammond, Rajamanickam. “Fast Linear Algebra Based Triangle Counting with KokkosKernels,” Proceedings of IEEE HPEC, 2017.