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HEP-CCE: Promoting Computational Excellence

HEP-CCE Coordinators: Salman Habib (Argonne), Kerstin Kleese Van Dam (Brookhaven), Liz Sexton-Kennedy (Fermilab), Peter Nugent (Lawrence Berkeley), Richard Dubois (SLAC)

The HEP-CCE is a cross-cutting initiative to promote excellence in high performance computing (HPC) including data-intensive applications, scientific simulations, and data movement and storage. Enhancing connections with DOE’s Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) program is an important part of the Center’s activities. This includes promoting future-looking R&D initiatives in exascale architectures and systems, intelligent networking, and new data management and data analysis tools. Although the HEP-CCE is not a service-oriented entity, limited resources are available to support collaborative computing efforts for the HEP community, including a common GitHub repository for open source codes, a website for aggregating useful information, and expertise within and without HEP for solving computational problems via the Expert Forum. The HEP-CCE also sponsors topical workshops and student training programs.


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NERSC-Hosted Performance Portability with Kokkos Bootcamp

NERSC is hosting a Kokkos training event organized by the Exascale Computing Project (ECP) on March 26-29, 2019 in Oakland. The training will cover the minimum required topics to get your application started on using Kokkos. Kokkos experts will be on hand to help beginning and more advanced users.

Kokkos is a programming model and library for writing peformance-portable code in C++. The abstractions for on-node parallel execution and data layout in Kokkos are mapped at compile time to fit a device architecture for best performance. Kokkos could be a valuable tool for creating codes that will run efficiently on Perlmutter and other architectures.

For more information and to register please see https://www.exascaleproject.org/event/ppkb2019/

Accepting Applications for ATPESC 2019

The call for applications for the Argonne Training Program on Extreme-Scale Computing (ATPESC) is now open. The deadline to apply is March 4, 2019. This year’s program will be held July 28-August 9, 2019. Doctoral students, postdocs, and scientists interested in conducting computational science and engineering research on large-scale computers are encouraged to apply. Application instructions can be found at: http://extremecomputingtraining.anl.gov/application

NERSC New User Training January 25, 2019

Registration for the NERSC New User Training that will be held on January 25, 2019 is now open.

The purpose of the training is to provide users new to NERSC with the basics on our computational systems; accounts and allocations; programming environment, tools, and best practices; and data ecosystem.

The training will be presented online using Zoom technology and in person at LBL’s Shyh Wang Hall (Building 59, CRT) in Room 4102.

Please see http://www.nersc.gov/users/training/events/new-user-training-january-25-2019/ for the agenda and to register.

SUMMIT TRAINING WORKSHOP (FEB 11-13)

On February 11-13, 2019, the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility (OLCF) will host a Summit Training Workshop on-site at ORNL. This event is meant to help new Summit users (or those intending to use Summit) get up and running on the system. Each day will consist of presentations in the morning followed by hands-on sessions in the afternoons. The presentations are meant to deliver relevant information about the system, while the hands-on sessions are intended to help participants get their own codes running on Summit.

OLCF staff and our vendor partners will be available to help during the hands-on sessions. If you would like more information, or to register, please visit the event page at

https://www.olcf.ornl.gov/calendar/summit-training-workshop-february-2019/.

ASCR LEADERSHIP COMPUTING CHALLENGE (ALCC) CALL FOR PROPOSALS

The 2019 Call for Proposals for the ALCC program will open in early January.  The ALCC program is open to scientists from the research community in industry, academia, and national laboratories, the ALCC program allocates a portion of the computational resources at the OLCF for special situations of interest to the Department’s energy mission, with an emphasis on high-risk, high-payoff simulations.  Proposals are due by

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 at 11:59 PM EST.

For more information or to submit a proposal, please visit

https://science.energy.gov/ascr/facilities/accessing-ascr-facilities/alcc/alcc-application-details/.

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