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OPL Meeting Report - from SC12

A well-attended Open Petascale Libraries meeting was held in Salt Lake City on 11th November to coincide with the SC12 conference.

Presentations were given by:

  • Professor Bill Gropp (University of Illinois) on US software development activities;
  • Professor Kengo Nakajima (University of Tokyo) on Japanese software projects for post-petascale systems;
  • Dr Gerard Gorman (Imperial College London) on development of an OpenMP PETSc;
  • Dr Jay Larson (Australian National University) on Fault Tolerance in Large-scale Simulations;
  • Professor Kenichi Miura  (National Institute of Informatics) on Random Number Generators for HPC;
  • and Dr Nick Wilson (Fujitsu Laboratories of Europe) on Initial Investigations of Open-Source Random Number Generators in the OPL project.

The meeting was an opportunity for OPL members from across the world to meet in person, discuss the progress that has been attained so far, and to identify future areas of interest.

February 14 2013

International Science Grid This Week's Andrew Purcell interviews Wolfgang Gentzsch

February 13 2013

A well-attended Open Petascale Libraries meeting was held in Salt Lake City on 11th November to coincide with the SC12 conference.

February 01 2013

"Cosmic Web Stripping" is identified as a new way of explaining the famous missing dwarf problem.

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