Scientific software ecosystems and communities: Why we need them and how each of us can help them thrive
The webinar will discuss how a set of scientific applications builds on programming models, math libraries, and development tools available in the Extreme-scale Scientific Software Stack (E4S). The webinar will introduce strategies that are increasing developer productivity and software sustainability, leading to reproducible, sustainable science.
The HDF group will give a tutorial covering the basics needed to construct a simple terminal Virtual Object Layer (VOL) connector. The tutorial will focus on the mapping of HDF5 API calls to alternative storage and setting up VOL fields and callbacks.
The ECP SOLLVE project, which is working to evolve OpenMP for Exascale computing, invites you to participate in a new series of monthly telecons that will occur on the last Friday of every month. The next call in the series will take place on Friday, December 10th, between noon and 1:00 pm ET.
This panel discussion held during SC21 explores strategies for working remotely, with emphasis on how teams in high-performance computing (HPC) can be effective and efficient in long-term hybrid settings, where some staff work remotely and others on site, or collaborate while geographically dispersed.
This webinar will differ from webinars in the HPC-BP webinar series, as it will have a Q&A session with Jean Shuler, a woman who has worked at the leading edge of HPC for almost 50 years. By 1972, Jean joined LLNL where she has worked ever since. Jean will share her stories providing support on a range of computer architectures.
Strategies for Working Remotely at the DOE Laboratories of the Future Workshop on Effective Teaming and Virtual Collaboration
the DOE Laboratories of the Future (LOTF) workshop series will be focused on effective teaming across the DOE laboratories and how we can best integrate new tools and mechanisms for virtual collaboration.