2019 OLCF User Meeting
(You can download the group photo here.)
2019 OLCF User Meeting
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Building 5200, TN Rooms A,B,C
May 21-23, 2019
8:00 AM – 6:00 PM (ET)
The Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) is pleased to announce the 2019 OLCF User Meeting will be held May 21-23 at Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Oak Ridge, TN. The purpose of the annual user meeting is to share selected computational science and engineering achievements emerging from the OLCF’s user programs, to enable direct interactions among users, to advance the OLCF’s relationships with our user community, and to highlight computational requirements for the future.
The 2019 meeting will feature talks from OLCF users and application developers, giving our users the opportunity to share their scientific accomplishments and state-of-the art computational development methods on both Titan and Summit. The meeting will also feature plenary talks, panels, and center updates from OLCF staff.
Prior to the official start of the User Meeting (which begins on Tuesday), the OLCF will offer a separate training opportunity on Monday for those interested (see below).
We invite you to participate in an OLCF poster session and share your project’s achievements to date.
Attendees will be offered a tour of the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, including stops at the observation areas to see Titan, Summit, and EVEREST (the OLCF scientific analysis and visualization laboratory).
Elections will be held during the OLCF User Meeting for the open spots on the OLCF Executive Board User Group. More information about elections will be forthcoming.
Attending via Webinar
For participants who cannot attend on-site, a BlueJeans videoconference link will be set up for remote participation.
(Optional) Training Opportunity
On Monday, May 20 (before the official start of the User Meeting), the OLCF will offer a separate all-day Introduction to Summit workshop. If you would like to arrive a day early to attend this training event, please register separately using the provided link.
|Gordon Bell Series – Invited Talk #1
Exascale Deep Learning
Data and Analytics Group Lead, NERSC
|Gordon Bell Series – Invited Talk #2
CoMet: Enabling Comparative Genomics at Exascale
|Early Summit Results: Invited Talk #1
Enabling portable processing of large-scale numerical tensor algebra workloads with applications in quantum many-body theory on Summit
|Dmitry Liakh, PhD
Computational Scientist, OLCF
|Early Summit Results: Invited Talk #2
Marching to Exascale: Extreme-scale cosmological simulations with HACC on Summit
Argonne National Laboratory
|Early Summit Results: Invited Talk #3
Global Seismic Full Waveform Inversion
Professor of Geophysics, Princeton University
|Early Summit Results: Invited Talk #4
Opening New Frontiers in Singlet Fission Research
|Dr. Remco Havenith
University of Groningen
|Early Summit Results: Invited Talk #5
Recent Lattice QCD Results for Non-zero Baryon Density
Brookhaven National Laboratory
|Federated Facilities: Invited Talk #1
Toward Common Components for Open Workflow Systems: The RADICAL-Cybertools Experience
Dept. Chair, Data Driven Discovery, BNL
Associate Professor, Rutgers University
|Federated Facilities: Invited Talk #2
Exascale IO and in situ Data Processing on Leadership Computers
|Federated Facilities: Invited Talk #3
Running Workflows at OLCF with Slate and OpenShift
HPC Systems Engineer, High Performance Compute and Data Group
|Updates from the OLCF Facility Staff||OLCF Staff||slides||video|
Linear Algebra Software Technologies for Exascale
Research Assistant Professor, Innovative Computing Laboratory, UTK
Scientific Computing with Quantum Computers
Director, Quantum Computing Institute, ORNL
Neuromorphic Computing: A Complementary Architecture for the Future of Computing
Research Scientist, ORNL
Registration is now closed.
Please remember to register even if you are attending remotely.
If you choose to attend remotely, you will be able to view all presentations.
To join the Meeting:
To join via Room System:
1) Dial: 18.104.22.168 or bjn.vc
2) Enter Meeting ID: 603063554 -or- use the pairing code
To join via phone:
OLCF Local Organizers:
Valentine Anantharaj, firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashley Barker, email@example.com
Katie Bethea, firstname.lastname@example.org
Marcus Eisenbach, email@example.com
Judy Hill, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gustav Jansen, email@example.com
Stephen McNally, firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt Norman, email@example.com
Thomas Papathedore, firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherry Ray, email@example.com
Arjun Shankar, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tjerk Straatsma, email@example.com
Jack Wells, firstname.lastname@example.org
Bus: For those staying at any of the hotels in Oak Ridge to ORNL, you can catch the bus at the DoubleTree Hotel or the Staybridge Inn and Suites. If not staying at either of these hotels, you are welcome to drive there to catch the bus. Bus will pick up at the hotels at 7:30 – 7:40 a.m.
ORNL Guest House: You can now make a reservations at the ORNL Guest House.
There are a number of other nice Oak Ridge hotels listed below.
|Hotel||National Number||Local Number|
|Holiday Inn Express & Suites||800.HOLIDAY||865.298.1990|
Please Note: Network Transportation Companies, like Uber, Lyft, and Sidecar are NOT approved to access ORNL or the ORNL Guest House. Taxi companies with logo marked vehicles may enter if they are dropping off or picking up a guest with an approved PAS or valid DOE badge. For pick-up, the driver must have the name of the guest with an approved PAS. The Taxi Services used by our visitors.
Maps and Directions to ORNL: https://www.ornl.gov/content/maps-and-directions
Map to ORNL Visitor Center: https://www.ornl.gov/sites/default/files/or_area.pdf
Map of Visitor Center and Parking: https://www.ornl.gov/sites/default/files/visitor_map.pdf
We encourage all OLCF Users to contribute a poster to the 2019 OLCF User Meeting.
Poster Session Details
There will be two poster sessions featured during the 2019 Meeting. The first will occur late afternoon on Tuesday, May 21st, and the second session will occur late afternoon on Wednesday, May 22nd.
Poster Session Location
Both poster sessions will be held in the ORNL Conference Center lobby.
Each poster contributor will be given two minutes to introduce your poster in a plenary session. No slides necessary. One week before the meeting, you will be notified of the time and date of your poster slam slot and which poster session to which you will be assigned.
How do I submit a poster?
In order to plan accordingly and give us the opportunity to promote your poster, please fill out the information requested below no later than Friday, May 10, 2019.
What size poster should I bring?
Posters should be 30H x 40L.
Will ORNL print my poster?
For your convenience, ORNL will print your poster if received by Friday, May 3, 2019. To have your poster printed by ORNL, send a PDF copy to email@example.com by the May 3rd deadline.
2019 OLCF User Meeting Poster Session