As Lead Software Engineer for support applications, Adam oversees a small team of software engineers tasked with writing and/or maintaining a broad array of applications that have direct impact on the OLCF’s end-user community. In practice, this includes the center’s customer relationship management (CRM) software, business intelligence (BI) systems, user-facing web applications and portals, scientific software package management tools, and user-facing Linux container solutions.
Adam brings a diverse range of professional experience, gathered from both industry and academia, to the OLCF. In previous roles, he has written production-level finite element analysis code in C++ and Fortran, “barn-raised” large university-run commodity clusters, and maintained the HPC software stack on a number of top500.org systems. He spends most of his time these days writing code in Ruby, Python, and Go.
R&D Activities Contributions
RATS CRM - RATS is a customer relationship management tool used by OLCF staff. Developed internally by the OLCF, RATS provides a full-featured CRM solution for storing and…
2014 — UT-Battelle Significant Event Award, "CI System for Automated Testing and Deployment"
2014 - Carlyle A.G., French R.D., and Renaud W.A. (2014) "Designing Service-Oriented Tools for HPC Account Management and Reporting", Cray User Group Conference, Lugano, Switzerland, 5 May–8 May 2014.
2012 - Carlyle A.G., Miller R.G., Leverman D.B., Renaud W.A., and Maxwell D.E. (2012) "Practical Support Solutions for a Workflow-Oriented Cray Environment", Cray User Group Conference, Stuttgart, Germany, 29 April–3 May 2012.
2010 - Carlyle A.G., Harrell S.L., and Smith P.M. (2011) "Cost-Effective HPC: The Community or the Cloud?" in IEEE Second International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science, Indianapolis, Indiana, 30 November–3 December, 2010, IEEE Computer Society Press, 169–176.
2007 - Carlyle A.G. and Dodds Jr. R.H. (2007) "Three-dimensional effects on fatigue crack closure under fully-reversed loading". Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 2007; 74:457–466.