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A project as large as ExMatEx produces a lot of “stuff”. This poses a challenge to organize it efficiently for convenient access by others. At some point we may incorporate a searchable, database-backed, solution on this site. For the time being we'll try and organize our output into a structure of HTML pages.

There are five pages listed in the menu to the left:

  • Everything: one page with all of our output on it, ordered by year. Whithin each year we have categories for papers, presentations, reports, and software.
  • Papers: Computer scientists typically publish at conferences, physicists in journals. We make no distinctation and gather all published papers on one page, sorted by year of publication.
  • Talks (this page): Same deal—no distinction on where, or to whom, the talk was given. All presented talks are on one page, sorted by when presented. Where possible, we try to cross-link between related talks and papers.
  • Reports: This is a catchall category for things that don't fit in the bins above. Examples include unpublished technical reports, position papers, review documents, software documentation, web posts, etc.
  • Software: links to our open source software. This page may also include pointers to partner (e.g. vendor, academia) software if it's used in ExMatEx proxies or for analysis.

You may note that there are no specific categories for proxies or research areas. We do list, on each project and research area page, all of the publications (in each category above) related to that particular project.

Finally, where possible, we provide a link to the actual content. Pointers to the external source of the content (e.g. journal or conference site) is prefered. If necessary, we store content on this site and serve it from here.

2014

Presentations

J. Mohd-Yusof, and N. Sakharnykh, “ Optimizing CoMD: A Molecular Dynamics Proxy Application Study ”, GPU Technology Conference 2014, San Jose, CA, March 2014, accepted for presentation

Allen McPherson, Christopher Mitchell, Kipton Barros, “Non-Traditional Approaches to Developing Multi-Scale Simulation Codes”, 16th SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, Portland, Oregon, Feb. 18-21, 2014 [accepted]

M. Schulz and I. Laguna, “Evaluating the Impact of Faults and Recovery Mechanisms in Exascale Applications”, Mini-Symposium “ Toward Resilient Applications for Extreme-Scale Systems” at SIAM-PP 2014, Portland, OR, February 2014 accepted for presentation [external link]

[1/14/14] T. C. Germann, “ Semi‐coherent Ramblings on Future Computing and Co‐design”, New Computational Paradigms (New CoPa) Workshop, LANL, Los Alamos, NM, Jan. 14, 2014

[2/27/14] T. C. Germann, “Exploiting Asynchrony for Materials in Extreme Environments”, 19th Annual Mardi Gras Conference on Application Development for Exascale Computing, 27 February - 1 March 2014, Baton Rouge, LA

[3/5/14] T. C. Germann, “Integrating Simulation and Data for Materials in Extreme Environments”, American Physical Society (APS) March Meeting, 3-7 March 2014, Denver, CO

[3/18/14] T. C. Germann, “ExMatEx: Exascale Co-design Center for Materials in Extreme Environments”, SOS 18 Workshop, 17-20 March 2014, St. Moritz, Switzerland

[3/19/14] A. L. McPherson, “ExMatEx: Non-Traditional Approaches to HPC Software Development” SOS 18 Workshop, 17-20 March 2014, St. Moritz, Switzerland

[4/22/14] T. C. Germann, “Exploiting Asynchrony for Materials in Extreme Environments: Programming Models and Runtime Requirements”, The Salishan Conference on High-Speed Computing, 21-24 April 2014, Gleneden Beach, OR

[4/23/14] J. Belak, “Exascale Co-Design for Materials in Extreme Environments: Applications in Viscosity, Nucleation, and Kinetics”, Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting, 21-25 April 2014, San Francisco, CA

[4/24/14] T. C. Germann, “Exascale Co-Design for Materials in Extreme Environments”, Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting, 21-25 April 2014, San Francisco, CA

[5/7/14] T. C. Germann, “ExMatEx: Exascale Co-design Center for Materials in Extreme Environments”, National Science Foundation (NSF), Arlington, VA May 7, 2014

[5/27/14] J. Belak, “Exascale Co-Design for Materials in Extreme Environments”, Center for Hierarchical Materials Design, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, May 27, 2014

[5/29/14] J. Belak, “DOE Co-design Center - X-Stack Post-docs”, X-Stack PI Meeting, 28-29 May 2014, Cambridge, MA

[6/9/14] J. Belak, “Exascale Co-Design for Materials in Extreme Environments”, UK Consortium for Computational Structural Mechanics, Oxford University, Oxford, UK, June 9, 2014

[6/12/14] J. Belak, “Exascale Co-Design for Materials in Extreme Environments”, Barcelona Supercomputer Center, Barcelona, Spain, May 12, 2014.

[7/4/14] T. C. Germann, “Exascale Co-design for Modeling Materials in Extreme Environments”, Laboratoire Univers et Théories, l'Observatoire de Paris, Paris, France, July 4, 2014

[7/8/14] T. C. Germann, “Co-design of future computational materials science applications”, Commissariat à l'énergie atomique (CEA-DIF) Workshop on modelling and simulation in material sciences, Bruyères-le-Châtel, France, July 8, 2014

[7/28/14] T. C. Germann, “Atomistic simulation studies of microstructural effects on the shock response of metals: bicrystals to exascale computing”, 10th ÍInternational Conference on New Models and Hydrocodes for Shock Wave Processes, 27 July - 1 Aug 2014, Pardubice, Czech Republic

[10/1/14] T. C. Germann, “Atomistic studies of material dynamics: from petascale to exascale”, Society of Engineering Science (SES) 51st Annual Technical Meeting, 1-3 Oct 2014, West Lafayette, IN

[10/2/14] J. Belak, “Preparing for the Future of Computing: Bridging Meso- and Continuum within the Exascale (KEYNOTE)”, Society of Engineering Science (SES) 51st Annual Technical Meeting, 1-3 Oct 2014, West Lafayette, IN

[10/21/14] J. Belak, “Exascale Co-Design Center for Materials in Extreme Environments (ExMatEx): Preparing for the Future of Computing”, Center for Computational Innovations, Computer Science Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, Oct. 21, 2014.

[11/7/14] T. C. Germann, “Exascale Co-design for Materials in Extreme Environments”, Graduate Aerospace Laboratories of the California Institute of Technology (GALCIT) Colloquium, Pasadena, CA, Nov. 7, 2014.

[11/17/14] T. C. Germann, “Exascale Co-design for Materials in Extreme Environments (KEYNOTE)”, First International Workshop on Hardware-Software Co-Design for High Performance Computing (Co-HPC 2014), New Orleans, LA, Nov. 17, 2014.

[11/17/14] J. Belak, “The Exascale Materials Co-design Center and Lessons Learned from the 2014 LLNL Co-design Summer School (KEYNOTE)”, WOLFHPC: Fourth International Workshop on Domain-Specific Languages and High-Level Frameworks for High Performance Computing, New Orleans, LA Nov. 17, 2014.

[12/10/14] J. Belak, “Preparing for the Future of Computing: The Exascale Materials Co-design Center”, International Workshop on Dislocation Dynamics Simulations, 10-12 Dec 2014, Saclay, FRANCE

[12/19/14] J. Belak, “Preparing for the Future of Computing: The Exascale Materials Co-design Center”, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department Seminar, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA, Dec. 19, 2014.

2013

Presentations

Christopher Sewell, La-Ti Lo, James Ahrens, “Portable Data-Parallel Visualization and Analysis in Distributed Memory Environments”, IEEE Symposium on Large-Scale Data Analysis and Visualization (LDAV), Atlanta, Georgia, October 2013 (LA-UR-13-23809) [external link]

Christopher Sewell, “Analysis and Visualization Capabilities on Multi-core/Many-core Emerging Architectures”, NNSA - CEA Collaboration Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 2013 (LA-UR-13-23729) [external link]

S. Mniszewski, and J. Mohd-Yusof, “CoDesign Molecular Dynamics (CoMD) Proxy Application”, PGI OpenACC WorkShop, Oct. 9-10, 2013 (LA-UR-13-27831)

J. Mohd-Yusof, “CoDesign Molecular Dynamics (CoMD) Overview”, ExMatEx All-Hands Meeting, March 12-14, 2013 Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico (LA-UR-13-21655)

I. Laguna, E. Leon, M. Schulz and M. Stephenson, “A Study of Application-Level Recovery Methods for Transient Network Faults”, Workshop on Latest Advances in Scalable Algorithms for Large-Scale Systems (ScalA) 2013, Denver, CO, November 2013

M. Schulz, J. Belak, G. Bronevetsky, I. Laguna, D. Richards, B. Rountree, “Emulating Exascale Conditions on Today’s Platforms”, ASCR Workshop on Modeling and Simulation, Seattle, WA, September 2013. File: attached

I. Laguna, M. Schulz, J. Keasler, D. Richards, J. Belak, “Optimal Placement of Retry-Based Fault Recovery Annotations in HPC Applications”, SC2013, Denver, Colorado, November, 2013.

M. Schulz, J. Belak, G. Bronevetsky, M. Casas, I. Laguna, D. Richards, B. Rountree, “Analyzing Future Exascale Platforms on Today's Machines”, Workshop on Extreme-Scale Programming Tools, Denver, CO, November 2013. File: attached

M. Schulz, “Performance Analysis Techniques for the Exascale Co-Design Process”, Invited Keynote Talk at ParCo 2013, Munich, Germany, September 2013 [external link]

C. D. Carothers, M. Mubarak, R. B. Ross, P. Carns, J. S. Vetter and J. S. Meredith, “Combining Aspen with Massively Parallel Simulation for Effective Exascale Co-Design”, DOE Workshop on Modeling and Simulation of Exascale Systems and Applications, 2013 [external link]

2012

Presentations

J. Mohd-Yusof, “CoDesign Molecular Dynamics (CoMD) Proxy App Deep Dive”, Exascale Research Conference, Oct. 1-3, 2012 Arlington, Virginia (LA-UR-12-25066)

J. Mohd-Yusof, “CoDesign Molecular Dynamics (CoMD) Proxy App”, ExMatEx All-Hands Meeting, May 30- June 1, 2012 Pacific Grove, California (LA-UR-12-21782)

Allen McPherson, Christopher Mitchell, James Ahrens, “Cloud+X: Exploring Asynchronous Concurrent Applications”, Los Alamos Unclassified Report. LA-UR-12-20511 (slides for LA-UR-12-10472), Presented at DoE Exascale Research Conference, Portland, Oregon, April 16-18, 2012 [PDF]

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