2014 OLCF Users Meeting and Getting Started at OLCF Tutorial
Registration closes on July 16, 2014 at 5:00 p.m. EDT.
ORNL Bus Transportation for Tuesday, July 22, 2014:
On Tuesday, July 22, 2014, an ORNL bus will be provided to pick up participants at three local hotels (DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel ; Staybridge Inn & Suites; and Comfort Inn) in Oak Ridge, TN. If you do not have reservations at any of these hotels, please drive and park your car at the hotel most convenient to the hotel you will be staying. The bus will arrive at:
7:30 a.m. – DoubleTree Hotel
7:55 a.m. – Comfort Inn
8:10 a.m. – Staybridge Inn & Suites at 8:15 a.m.
Transportation will be provided after the poster session (8:00 p.m.). Attendees are encouraged to use the bus.
Clearance into Oak Ridge National Laboratory:
You will need to provide a photo ID at the Guard Portals and at the ORNL Visitor Center. You will not be able to enter the laboratory without proper identification.
The 2014 OLCF User Meeting will be held July 22-24, at Oak Ridge National Lab in Oak Ridge, TN. The meeting will feature paired talks from OLCF users and code developers who will provide updates on their scientific accomplishments and code achievements as well highlight their computational requirements for the future. The agenda also includes a poster session where all OLCF projects are encouraged to share their achievements with the OLCF community. During the meeting, OLCF staff members will discuss ongoing and future initiatives and engage the attendees in how to best provide for and enhance scientific discovery through leadership computing.
On the day prior to the Users Meeting, there will be a short training session for new users to our center. This afternoon workshop will introduce to you the User Assistance team and help you get started at our center. You’ll get important information on the basic workings of our resources and valuable tips and tricks to help you run successfully.[tab: Agenda]
|Day 0 – Monday, July 21 – Getting Started at OLCF|
|2:45 PM||Welcome! OLCF Overview and getting started||Fernanda Foertter|
|3:00 PM||Best Practices @OLCF (and more) – Bill Renaud||Bill Renaud|
|3:45 PM||Storage and Data Transfer||Suzanne Parete-Koon|
|Day 1 – Tuesday, July 22|
|8:00 AM||Registration Begins|
|8:15 AM||Registration and Refreshments|
|8:45 AM||2014 OLCF User Meeting – Ashley Barker||Chair: Ashley Barker, ORNL|
|9:00 AM||Keynote: Supercomputing for energy, the environment, and health – Jeremy Smith||Jeremy Smith, UTK/ORNL Director of Center for Molecular Biophysics|
|9:45 AM||OLCF Year in Review – Jack Wells||Jack Wells, ORNL|
|10:15 AM||Large-scale Coupled Cluster Calculations on Supermolecular Wires – P. Jorgensen||Poul Jørgensen, Aarhus University|
|11:00 AM||Code Development: Challenges in Developing the Chemistry Codes of Tomorrow – Patrick Ettenhuber||Patrick Ettenhuber, Aarhus University|
|11:45 AM||High-Frequency, Physics-Based Simulations for Earthquake System Science – Thomas Jordan||Thomas Jordan, University of Southern California|
|12:30 PM||SCEC Application Performance and Software Development – Yifeng Cui||Yifeng Cui, University of California – San Diego|
|1:00 PM||Working Lunch: User Assistance and OLCF User Council Overview – Ashley Barker||Ashley Barker, ORNL|
|Scientific Computing Group – Judith Hill||Judy Hill, ORNL|
|2:00 PM||Harnessing OLCF HPCs for High-fidelity Simulation of Tokamak Edge Plasma Transport – C S Chang||C.S. Chang, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory|
|2:45 PM||Enabling Technologies for XGC1 Simulation – Ed DAzevedo||Ed D’Azevedo, ORNL|
|3:45 PM||Application Requirements for Next-Generation OLCF Systems – Wayne Joubert||Wayne Joubert, ORNL|
J. Smith, P. Ettenhuber, P. Jørgensen, T. Jordan, Y. Cui
J. Hill, C.S. Chang, E. D’Azevedo, W. Joubert
|Moderator: T. P. Straatsma, ORNL|
|5:30 PM||Poster Session Featuring OLCF Facility and User Projects||Building 5600|
|Tour of the OLCF Facility and Poster Session – All Projects encouraged/invited to present (Heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served during poster session)|
|8:00 PM||Buses Depart for Hotels|
|Day 3 – Thursday, July 24|
|8:00 AM||Registration and Refreshments|
|9:00 AM||Why Computational Actinide Chemistry Needs Flops (& Memory & Interconnect & Disk) – David Dixon||David Dixon, University of Alabama|
|9:45 AM||Quantum Computational Science – Itay Hen||Itay Hen, University of Southern California|
|10:30 AM||MC Study of Ice Nucleation – Multi-pronged Approach to Accelerating Results by >1000x – Masako Yamada||Masako Yamada, GE Global Research|
|11:15 AM||Break10:30 AM|
|11:30 AM||The OLCF Looking Forward: What’s Next After Titan – Jack Wells||Jack Wells, ORNL|
|12:00 PM||Center for Accelerated Application Readiness – Getting Applications Ready for the Next LCF Systems – Tjerk Straatsma||Tjerk Straatsma, ORNL|
|12:30 PM||Working Lunch: OLCF User Group Executive Board Vote – Suzanne Parete-Koon||Suzanne Parete-Koon, ORNL|
|Open User Discussion and Feedback to OLCF||Ashley Barker, ORNL|
|2:00 PM||Adjourn and/or Meetings with OLCF Center Staff||Jack Wells, ORNL|
Poster registration is closed.
We would like to encourage people to give a poster presentation in lieu of a contributed talk. The poster session will be held at ORNL on Tuesday, July 22, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in Bldg. 5700, Main Street Lobby, and heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served.
Poster title and abstracts should be submitted by Friday, June 27th. Posters should be 30 x 40. For your convenience, ORNL will print your poster if received by Friday July 11th. Please send Fernanda your poster in PDF format to email@example.com.
[tab: Poster Submissions]
2014 OLCF Users Meeting Poster Presenters[tab: Maps/Directions to ORNL]
Please click on the link below for maps and directions to ORNL and lodging recommendation in Oak Ridge, TN:
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