Papers/Talks

Presentations given at the PSAAP2 Kickoff, Albquerque, NM, December, 2013

Target Applications and Simulation Software

Tools to Enable Access to Exascale

Presentations given at the ASC PI Meeting, February, 2014

XPACC: The Center for Exascale Simulation of Plasma-coupled Combustion

Other Presentations:

J. B. Freund. “XPACC: The center for exascale simulation of plasma-coupled combustion.” AFOSR MURI Review: Fundamental Mechanisms, Predictive Modeling, and Novel Aerospace Applications of Plasma Assisted Combustion, Washington, DC, October 2013.

A. Kloeckner. “Loo.py: transformation-based code generation for GPUs and CPUs.” ACM SIGPLAN International Workshop on Libraries, Languages, and Compilers for Array Programming (co-located with ACM PLDI), June 2014.

C. Pantano. “A novel application of flame hole dynamics to consistent turbulent nonpremixed combustion modeling.” NASA AMES, Moett Field, CA, July 2013.

C. Pantano. “XPACC: Computational modeling of plasma-coupled combustion.” AFOSR MURI Review: Fundamental Mechanisms, Predictive Modeling, and Novel Aerospace Applications of Plasma Assisted Combustion, Washington, DC, October 2013.

C. Pantano. “A novel application of flame hole dynamics to consistent turbulent nonpremixed combustion modeling.” Sandia National Laboratory, Albuquerque, NM, February 2014.

W. Zhang, J. L. Larson, D. J. Bodony, and L. A. Wilson. “ECSS experience: Preparing a production MPI code for hybrid execution.” National Science Foundation XSEDE[14] Conference, Atlanta, GA, July 2014.