OPL Workshop at SC12
Salt Lake City, Utah
Large-scale PDE-based simulations, random number generators and general update and discussion.
Venue: Granite Conference Center, Hilton Salt Lake City Center, 255 South West Temple
Date: Sunday 11 November, 14.00-16.00
Part 1 - Large-scale PDE-based simulations
- Professor Bill Gropp, University of Illinois: US software development activities
- Professor Kengo Nakajima, University of Tokyo: Japanese software projects for post-petascale/exascale systems
- Dr Gerard Gorman, Imperial College London: Development of an OpenMP PETSc
- Dr Jay Larson / Professor Alistair Rendell, The Australian National University: Fault tolerance in large-scale simulations
Part 2 - Random number generators
- Professor Kenichi Miura, National Institute of Informatics: Random number generators for HPC
- Dr Nick Wilson, Fujitsu Laboratories of Europe: Initial investigations of open-source RNGs
Part 3 - General update and discussion
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A well-attended Open Petascale Libraries meeting was held in Salt Lake City on 11th November to coincide with the SC12 conference.
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OPL - Impact of partial differential equations on unstructured finite element/volume-based solution.
The University of Tokyo has become the eighteenth member of Open Petascale Libraries.