Author Archives: rross
The SciDAC RAPIDS Institute, along with our sibling Institute FASTMath, has been renewed for a new five-year term under SciDAC-5. RAPIDS and FASTMath continue to serve important roles in connecting science teams with computer scientists and applied mathematicians and developing … Continue reading
If you have been tracking the activities of our team, you’re aware that we’ve been working in the area of distributed data services for some time, along with colleagues at Los Alamos, Carnegie Mellon, and the HDF Group. Under the … Continue reading
As I mentioned in a prior post, back in September 2018 I had the opportunity to lead a second workshop to discuss storage systems and I/O as relates to the DOE mission. ASCR has posted the report on the OSTI … Continue reading
Back in September I had the opportunity to lead a second workshop to discuss storage systems and I/O as relates to the DOE mission. Recently I presented a summary of the findings from this workshop to ASCAC, who advises DOE … Continue reading
At the Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing Principal Investigator (SciDAC PI) Meeting I presented an overview of the RAPIDS Institute. This presentation summarizes the capabilities in the Institute as well as serving as a “map” to points of contact for … Continue reading
Barb Helland, Associate Director of Advanced Scientific Computing Research, announced the formation of the RAPIDS Institute as part of her presentation to ASCAC. The objective of RAPIDS is to assist Office of Science (SC) application teams in overcoming computer science … Continue reading
The Greater Chicago Area Systems Research Workshop (GCASR) grew to 350 attendees from university and industry last year, bringing together the top systems researchers and industry technologists in the Chicago area. This year promises to be bigger and better! Where: … Continue reading
ASCR just recently posted a call for proposals in the area of Storage Systems and I/O, following the release of the workshop report. There are two versions of the call, one for Labs and one for Universities and others.
We’ve started doing a series of highlight videos on research in our division. Many thanks to Jim Corsolini and Dan Harris for editing my rambling into a coherent story.