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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Codesign for the Department of Energy’s Computational Science Community

SESSION: Codesign for the Department of Energy’s Computational Science Community

EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather

TIME: 5:30PM - 7:00PM

SESSION LEADER(S):Richard F. Barrett, Charles H. Still, Allen L. McPherson



The Department of Energy high performance computing community is actively engaged in codesign efforts as a means of ensuring that new architectures more effectively support mission critical workloads. The combinations of application codes, represented by proxy programs, algorithms, programming models, system software, and architecture provides a concrete and powerful means for interacting with vendors. In this session we will present and discuss concrete examples of the impact of these efforts. We invite members of the computational science community to participate in this session, as a means of learning about, forming collaborations, and influencing the direction of this work.

Session Leader Details:

Richard F. Barrett (Primary Session Leader) - Sandia National Laboratories

Charles H. Still (Secondary Session Leader) - Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Allen L. McPherson (Secondary Session Leader) - Los Alamos National Laboratory

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