Thursday, April 13, 2023 8:00 AM – 2 PM
Klaus Advanced Computing Building, Rooms 1116 East/West
Georgia Tech’s Scientific Software Engineering Center is a new effort that is focused on supporting research software and sharing best practices for research software development and deployment. To bring together the Georgia Tech community that has potential synergies with the Center, we hosted our first SSE workshop on April 13th, from 8 AM to 2 PM, in Klaus 1116 E/W.
In general, the workshop provided a collaborative environment for researchers to share their current challenges and needs with respect to research software engineering. We invited researchers from the Georgia tech community to give short talks about their current research as well as opportunities for improvement for their research software (e.g., software improvements to speed up simulations or enhancements to your process to make your code easier to use and maintain). These presentations and the subsequent discussion will enable the SSE center to better support the Georgia Tech community and to plan future training sessions on topics such as software testing, deployment, and acceleration.
Speaker Materials and Survey
Please see this Figshare collection for all the speaker slides. Specific talk slides are also linked in the agenda below. We anticipate sharing recordings from talks in the near future.
If you would like to share some of the speaker insights, we encourage you to use Figshare’s DOI mechanism to cite specific presentations. Note that each presentation has a “Cite” button you can use to get a plain text or BibTex references.
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|Time (EDT)||Speaker||Talk Title||Project Website|
|8:30||Alex Orso, Jeff Young||Opening Remarks / Introduction to the SSE Center [Slides]|
|9:00||Vivek Sarkar||Future Challenges for HPC Software [Slides]||Habanero group|
|9:20||Srinivas Aluru||Software Opportunities|
Genomics and Systems
|9:40||David Sherrill||Psi4: Open-source Quantum Chemistry [Slides]||Psi project page|
|10:00||Felix Hermann||Open-source Software at the Seismic Laboratory for Imaging and Monitoring [Slides]||https://github.com/slimgroup|
|10:40||Fang (Cherry) Liu||Automatic Benchmark Testing on HPC Resources [Slides]||PACE|
PACE ProvBench Repo
|11:00||Dimitrios Psaltis||High-performance Black-hole Simulations with Hybrid Architectures [Slides]|
|11:20||PK Yeung||3D FFTs and GPU-enabled extreme-scale simulations of turbulence [Slides]|
|11:40||Ashok Goel||VERA: A Virtual Laboratory for Self-Directed Learning [Slides]||VERA Project Page|
|Strategies for developing and maintaining low barrier-to-entry fluid dynamics codes for exascale machines [Slides]||MFC Site |
|1:20||Enrique R. Vivoni, Rafael L. Bras, Valeriy Ivanov||Multi-Resolution Modeling of Land Surface|
Processes using Graph-based Partitioning [Slides]
|TIN-based Real-time Integrated Basin Simulator (tRIBS )|
|1:40||Spencer Rugaber||Best Practices|
For Academic Software Development Projects [Slides]
|2:00||Alex Orso||Discussion and Closing Remarks|