2013 DOE CSGF Annual Program Review Presentations

Wednesday, July 24 – Friday, July 26
Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel, Arlington, VA

Wednesday, July 24
Morning HPC General Session
Phil Colella Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Software Engineering for Scientific Computing
Matthew Norman Oak Ridge National Laboratory GPUs in Supercomputing: Challenges and Opportunities
Andrew Siegel Argonne National Laboratory Trends in Next Generation HPC Architectures and Their Impact on Computational Methods for Nuclear Reactor Analysis
Afternoon HPC Supercomputing Site Panel
Jack Deslippe Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Introduction to NERSC Resources: A Hands-on Session
Jeff Hammond Argonne National Laboratory The Argonne Leadership Computing Facility
Judith Hill Oak Ridge National Laboratory An Overview of the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility
Thursday, July 25
Barbara Helland Acting Associate Director, Advanced Scientific Computing Research, Office of Science, U.S. Department of Energy Welcome
Robert Meisner Director, Advanced Simulation and Computing and Institutional Research and Development, National Nuclear Security Administration, U.S. Department of Energy Welcome
Atul Butte Division Chief and Associate Professor, Stanford University School of Medicine Discovering New Drugs and Diagnostics From 300 Trillion Points of Data
Session I
Leslie Dewan Massachusetts Institute of Technology Intermediate-Range Order of Molten LiF-BeF2 and LiF-ThF4, Analyzed Via Molecular Dynamics Simulation and Network Topology Algorithms (Not Released)
Hayes Stripling Texas A&M University Adjoint-Based Uncertainty Quantification and Sensitivity Analysis for Reactor Depletion Calculations
Samuel Skillman University of Colorado at Boulder Adaptive Mesh Refinement Simulations of Cosmic Ray Electrons in Clusters of Galaxies
Sanjeeb Bose Stanford University Explicitly Filtered LES: Application to Separated Flows
2013 Howes Scholar Award
Ashlee N. Ford Versypt Postdoctoral Researcher, Department of Chemical Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mathematical Modeling of Pharmaceuticals: Predictive Design for Better Medicines
Session II
Jeffrey Donatelli University of California, Berkeley Compressive Phase Retrieval for X-Ray Nanocrystallography (Not Released)
Noah Reddell University of Washington WARPM Framework for Advanced Plasma Model Simulations on Many-Core Architectures
Travis Trahan University of Michigan Asymptotic Diffusion Theory for Efficient Full-Core Simulations of Nuclear Reactors
Friday, July 26
Michael Holland Chief of Staff, New York University Center for Urban Science & Progress The Promise of Urban Science
Session III
Kurt Brorsen Iowa State University Fragment Molecular Orbital Molecular Dynamics
Tobin Isaac University of Texas Ice Sheets and Octrees
Mark Maienschein-Cline University of Chicago Inferring Gene Regulation From High-Throughput Biological Data
Amanda Peters Randles Harvard University Modeling Cardiovascular Hemodynamics Using the Lattice Boltzmann Method on Massively Parallel Supercomputers
Sean Vitousek Stanford University A Nonhydrostatic, Isopycnal-Coordinate Ocean Model
Edward Baskerville University of Michigan Networks in the Savanna
Session IV
Troy Ruths Rice University Population Regulomics: Applying Population Genetics to the Cis-Regulome
Norman Yao Harvard University Realizing Fractional Chern Insulators in Dipolar Spin Systems