MultiCore 10 Presentation Slide Decks

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Monday

September 28, 2020

 

Time (MDT)

Title

Speaker

Session 1     -     5-7pm MDT

5:00pm MDT MultiCore 10 Introduction John Dennis - National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

5:00pm MDT

GPU Performance of mixed-precision MGS-GMRES

Stephen Thomas - National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)

5:30pm MDT

Navigating Diverse Architectures for Weather and Earth System Modeling

Ilene Carpenter - Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)

6:00pm MDT

Intel® DPC++ and Fortran, C/C++ OpenMP Compilers for CPUs and Xe Accelerators

Andrey Ovsyannikov and Xinmin Tian - Intel

6:30pm MDT

Performance Analytics for Computational Experiments (PACE)

Sarat Sreepathi - Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

 

Tuesday

September 29, 2020

 

Time (MDT)

Title

Speaker

Session 2     -     8-10am MDT

8:00am MDT

Optimizing the Navy’s NEPTUNE Weather Model on HPC Systems

John Michalakes - University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)

8:30am MDT

Global Simulations of the Atmosphere at 1.4km Grid-Spacing with the Integrated Forecast System

Peter Dueben - European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF)

9:00am MDT

A case study on optimizing the UM cloud and radiation submodels for GPU acceleration

Min Xu - Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

9:30am MDT

Performance and Scaling of the LFRic model

Chris Maynard - Met Office/University of Reading

LONG BREAK

Session 3     -     5-7pm MDT

5:00pm MDT

Rapid assessment of the GPU portability of the MOM6 ocean model using student teams

Supreeth Suresh and Cena Miller National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

5:30pm MDT

MPAS-A on GPUs: Performance Analysis

Raghu Raj Prasanna Kumar - NVIDIA

6:00pm MDT

GPU Porting & Optimization of MURaM Solar Physics code using OpenACC

Eric Wright - University of Delaware

6:30pm MDT

GPU Benefits for Earth System Science

Stan Posey - NVIDIA



 

Wednesday

September 30, 2020

 

Time (MDT)

Topic

Speaker

Keynote     -     8-9am MDT

8:00am MDT

NWP in the Cloud – Successes and Challenges

Brian Etherton - Maxar Technologies

Session 4     -     9-10:30am MDT

9:00am MDT

Exploring the Frontiers of Deep Learning for Earth System

David Hall - NVIDIA

9:30am MDT

Transforming an observation assimilation application on CPU and GPU

John Dennis - National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

10:00am MDT

AMD ROCm Software: Open and Portable GPU Compute Solutions

Derek Bouius - AMD

LONG BREAK

Session 5     -     5-7pm MDT

5:00pm MDT

Performance-portability progress for the ultra-high resolution non-hydrostatic atmosphere model in E3SM

Luca Bertagna - Sandia National Laboratories

5:30pm MDT

Pandemic Programming for Portable Performance

Philip Jones - Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL)

6:00pm MDT

On the performance portability of boundary conditions in Albany Land ice

Max Carlson - Sandia National Laboratories

6:30pm MDT

SAM++: Porting the Cloud Resolving Model in E3SM-MMF to Performance Portable C++

Isaac Lyngaas - Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

 

 

Thursday

October 1, 2020

 

Time (MDT)

Topic

Speaker

Session 6     -     8-10am MDT

8:00am MDT

Expanding PScyclone target languages to leverage the wider HPC software ecosystem

Sergi Siso - Hartree Centre

8:30am MDT

C++ Performance Portability for Domain Scientists and Fortran Developers

Matthew Norman - Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

9:00am MDT

Lessons learned from porting the ICON model on GPU’s

William Sawyer - Swiss National Supercomputing Centre

9:30am MDT

High-Performance ‘Supercontainers’ for Earth System Prediction

Mark Miesch - University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)

 

Friday

October 2, 2020

 

Time (MDT)

Topic

Speaker

Panel     -     8-10am MDT

8:00am MDT

Approaches to Effectively Using Accelerators and Multicore Hardware in Production Environments

  • Andrey Ovsyannikov - Intel
  • Chris Maynard - Met Office/University of Reading
  • Luca Bertagna - Sandia National Laboratories
  • Lucas Wilcox - Naval Postgraduate School
  • Sunita Chandrasekaran - University of Delaware