The 2014 [HPC]3 workshop is a successor to previous meetings in 2011 and 2012, and is focused on bringing together experts in hyperbolic PDE solvers, wave propagation applications, scientific software development, and high performance computing, in order to share knowledge, create software tools, and build new collaborations. The workshop is sponsored by King Abdullah University of Science and Technology.
The workshop will take place November 8-13. Similar to previous years, the first two days will be largely devoted to lectures and tutorials while the final three days will be devoted to project development work in small teams.
Participants will collaboratively implement new algorithms, features and functionality in the Clawpack software framework. The projects are currently planned around the following themes:
- Aron Ahmadia, USACE
- Jed Brown, Argonne National Laboratory
- Donna Calhoun, Boise State University
- Matthew Emmett, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- David George, US Geological Survey
- Christiane Helzel, Universitat Dusseldorf
- Chris Kees, USACE
- Randall LeVeque, University of Washington
- Kyle Mandli, Columbia University
- George Turkiyyah, American University of Beirut
KAUST researchers are also invited to participate.
- David Ketcheson
Division of Computer, Electrical, and Mathematical Sciences & Engineering
- Kyle Mandli
Applied Physics and Applied Math
Talks will take place in the Sea View room of the KAUST Library.
The tutorials and working group sessions will take place in the computer lab and small conference rooms of the KAUST Library.
© 2014 David Ketcheson
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