SI2008 Programming Scalable Scientific Applications

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This track will cover the use of computational libraries such as FETK, SUPERLU, PETSc, and user level programming interfaces such as Pydusa which wraps these more advanced libraries

Time: 8 am to 12 pm

Location: EBU2-239

  • Tuesday, Aug 5, Parallel programming models for clusters and multicore machines
    Instructor: Tim Kaiser, Jane Ren
    Basic programming models for serial and parallel application design and implementation, given N processors. How to use MyMPI to mix serial and parallel execution of program modules. What the new open source Pydusa can do beyond MyMPI.
    Pydusa Examples
  • Wednsday, Aug 6, MC: the parallel adaptive multilevel finite element kernels
    Instructor: Mike Holst, Yuhui Cheng
    How to use and extend MC (Manifold Code) to develop simulation programs in studying hyperelastic bodies, electrostatics and other biophysics and bioengineering problems.
    FETK
    FETK Lecture
  • Thursday, Aug 7, Mesh generation
    Instructor: Zeyun Yu
    Structure-based adaptive Mesh generation and refinement using GAMer. The structures may be given by PDB/PQR, or 3D imaging data.
    FETK
    Mesh Generation
  • Friday, Aug 8, Note: This session starts at 9 am
    Advanced Studies: Applications of the FETK to students' own problem sets.

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