Articles in the People Category
Staff members from ORNL and the OLCF once again took leadership roles at the annual Cray User Group meeting,
One hundred thirty-three people attended the 2016 Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) User Meeting, making it the largest user meeting to date.
Jack Wells, director of science for the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, recently served on a panel to discuss the future of high-performance computing (HPC) and its applications in seismology and geophysics.
The University of Delaware hosted this year’s second OLCF-involved hackathon, where programmers from national laboratories, universities, and vendors gather to share application GPU portability expertise and learn how to program for a hybrid CPU–GPU machine like the OLCF’s Titan supercomputer.
For the second straight year, the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility’s (OLCF’s) Annual Report has been selected as an award winner by Graphic Design USA and the Volunteer Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA).
During the four-day GPU Technology Conference, OLCF user support specialist led efforts to train users for Titan and prepare applications for Summit, the OLCF’s next supercomputer, set to be delivering science in 2018.
An OLCF team consisting of user assistance specialists Adam Simpson, Robert French, and Matt Belhorn participated in four 35-minute sessions at the National Science Bowl in Washington, DC.
The Oak Ridge and Argonne Leadership Computing Facilities, the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center, and the Interoperable Design of Extreme-scale Application Software project are presenting a series of webinars—“Best Practices for HPC Software Developers.”
OLCF staff helped unveil ORNL’s Traveling Science Fair supercomputing exhibit at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington DC.
Building on the success of the previous five sessions, the Dresden GPU hackathon—co-sponsored by the OLCF—welcomed 34 attendees on six teams.