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WORKSHOP: GPU and MIC solutions for Multiscale Coupling and Multiphysics Approaches in Computational Sciences

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Today's date is Saturday, October 24, 2020
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This workshop is co-sponsored by the Institute of Advanced Studies and the Energy and Minerals Institute at UWA, [email protected], iVEC, CSIRO and CESRE.

Measuring multiscale and multiphysics earth material behaviour on time scales ranging from days to millions of years transcends our current capability in the laboratory. Physics based virtual computer simulations will soar over the next few years as we see the passing of the petascale, and the dawning of the exascale era.

This workshop will focus on understanding the potential usage of GPU and MIC from a computational scientific user point of view, particularly for multiscale problems in Earth Science and Resource Engineering. In addition to algorithmic research, we will focus on high-level libraries and programming environments and visualization tools that can improve the performance and productivity of large- scale applications.

These advancements in GPU and accelerator research will be illustrated by both computational kernels and entire large-scale applications, which exercise these tools and libraries.
Speaker(s) Professor David A. Yuen, Department of Earth Sciences and the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute, University of Minnesota and 2013 UWA Gledden Visiting Fellow (MIC computing); Professor Klaus Regenauer-Lieb Director of Geothermal Centre of Excellence, WA (Multiscaling); Rainier Spurzem, Uni Heidelburg, National Astronomical Observatory, Beijing (GPU computing & Astrophysics); Michael R. Knox, Minnesota Supercomputer Institute, USA (GPU computing, supersonic hydrodynamics); Mike Furuichi, Jamstec Earth Simulator Yokohama, Japan (Multi- core computing and Smooth Particle Hydodynamics); and Jean Shan, Supercomputing Centre, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing (Vizualisation in Cosmology, Creation of the Universe)
Location 11th ARRC Auditorium, Technology Park, 26 Dick Perry Ave, Kensington, and 12th iVEC Performance Optimised Data Centre (POD) Pawsey Supercomputer, Kensington (https://www.arrc.net.au/)
Contact Klaus Regenauer-Lieb <[email protected]> : +61 8 6436 8693, 0477 314 229
Start Mon, 11 Nov 2013 09:30
End Tue, 12 Nov 2013 13:00
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Last Updated Tue, 05 Nov 2013 16:08
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