Presentations

[1] M. Anderson, D. Bodony, A. Brooks, M. Campbell, M. Diener, C. Evans, J. Freund, B. Gropp, J. Kress, S. Garcia, J. Larson, C. Mikida, L. Olson, T. Prabhu, M. Smith, L. Spies, T. Teixeira, and S. White. Developing fast code through high-level annotations center for exascale simulation of plasma-coupled combustion. SIAM CSE, Atlanta, GA, February 2017.

[2] N. N. Beams, L. Olson, and J. B. Freund. A scalable fast method for N-body problems based on exact finite element basis screen functions. SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE15), 2015.

[3] Natalie Beams, Jonathan Freund, and Luke Olson. A scalable fast method for n-body problems based on exact finite element basis screen functions, February 2015. SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE15).

[4] D. J. Bodony. Advances in SBP-SAT-based methods for the prediction and control of compressible turbulent flows. Linköping University, Sweden.

[5] D. J. Bodony. Advances in SBP-SAT-based methods for the prediction and control of compressible turbulent flows. Institute for Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, UK.

[6] P. S. Boehm, B. M. Goldberg, I. V. Adamovich, W. R. Lempert, and U. Czarnetzki. Laser-spectroscopic electric field measurements in a surface hugging fast ionization wave in pure hydrogen. 8th International Workshop on Microplasmas, Newark, NJ, May 11-14, 2015.

[7] J. Capecelatro, D. Bodony, and J. B. Freund. An adjoint-based search method for an ignition threshold. WCCM 2016 — World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Seoul, Korea, 2016.

[8] J. Capecelatro, D. J. Bodony, and J. B. Freund. Adjoint-based sensitivity of flames to ignition parameters in non-premixed shear-flow turbulence. APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Annual Meeting, 2016.

[9] J. Capecelatro and J. B. Freund. Adjoint-based sensitivity of ignition in non-premixed turbulent flows. SIAM Conference on Numerical Combustion, Orlando, FL, April 2017.

[10] E. Cisneros-Garibay, C. Pantano, and J. B. Freund. Bayesian analysis of constrained equilibrium reduced kinetics model parameterization. SIAM Conference on Numerical Combustion, Orlando, FL, April 2017.

[11] G. S. Elliott. Designing experiments and laser diagnostics for validating computational models. Invited Talk, The Ohio State University, 2017.

[12] G. Carl Evans. Vector Seeker: Finding vector potential. XPACC Deep Dive Presentation, February 2015.

[13] 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.

[14] J. B. Freund. Adjoint-based sensitivity and jet noise. University of Wisconsin, Madison, Feb. 2015, 2015.

[15] J. B. Freund. PSAAP2@Illinois: The center for exascale simulation of plasma-coupled combustion. Sandia National Lab, Jan. 2015, 2015.

[16] J. B. Freund. PSAAP2@Illinois: The center for exascale simulation of plasma-coupled combustion. Los Alamos National Lab, Jan. 2015, 2015.

[17] J. B. Freund. PSAAP2@Illinois: The center for exascale simulation of plasma-coupled combustion. Lawrence Livermore National Lab, March 2015, 2015.

[18] J. B. Freund. The center for exascale simulation of plasma-coupled combustion. AFOSR Program Review, guest lecture, June 2016.

[19] J. B. Freund and R. H. Ewoldt. Quantitative rheological model selection. APS DFD Annual Meeting, 2014.

[20] J. B. Freund and R. H. Ewoldt. Rheological model selection: Bayesian assessment of good fits versus credible models. Society of Rheology Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, 2014.

[21] Simon. Garcia De Gonzalo. Preliminary results for H-MxPA on compute interior derivatives. IMPACT Group meeting of May 5 , 2015.

[22] B. Goldberg, I. Shkurenkov, I. Adamovich, and W. Lempert. Electric field measurements in a nanosecond pulse discharge by picosecond CARS / 4-wave mixing. 67th Gaseous Electronics Conference, November 2-7, 2014, Raleigh, NC, USA, 2015.

[23] B. Goldberg, I. Shkurenkov, I. V. Adamovich, and W. R. Lempert. Electric field measurements in AC double dielectric barrier discharge overlapped with ns pulse discharge. 68th Gaseous Electronics Conference, October 12-16, 2015, Honolulu, HI, 2015.

[24] H. T. Johnson, K. Das, and J. B. Freund. Molecular dynamics modeling of focused ion beam material removal. Université Grenoble-Alpes, Grenoble, France, 2015.

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

[26] Andreas Kloeckner. Domain-specific languages to manycore and GPU: building high-performance tools with Python. International Conference on Python for Education and Scientific Computing (SciPy India), December 2015.

[27] Andreas Kloeckner. Loo.py: From Fortran to performance via transformation and substitution rules. ACM SIGPLAN International Workshop on Libraries, Languages, and Compilers for Array Programming (co-located with ACM PLDI), June 2015.

[28] Andreas Kloeckner. Don’t implement: Declarative programming for PDE solvers, July 2016.

[29] Andreas Kloeckner. High performance with Python: Architectures, approaches, and applications. 15th Annual Conference on Scientific Computing with Python (SciPy 2016), July 2016.

[30] Andreas Kloeckner. Loopy: heterogeneous code generation for array computations. WEST, January 2016.

[31] Andreas Kloeckner. Array program transformation with Loo.py by example: high-order finite elements. Third ACM SIGPLAN International Workshop on Libraries, Languages, and Compilers for Array Programming, June.

[32] J. L. Larson. 3-D sparse and stride-1 vectorized matrix-vector multiplication. Hwuligans archive of IMPACT Group meeting presentations, February 2015.

[33] J. L. Larson. XPACC status update: 1) vector optimization of the SAT_FAR_FIELD path in NS_BC with grid pencils, and 2) a ‘parallel profile’ of NS_BC does not exist. IMPACT: Group Meeting Archive, Feb 2016.

[34] K. Mackay, J. B. Freund, and H. T. Johnson. Hydrogen recombination rates on silica from atomic scale simulations. Materials Research Society, Boston, MA, November 2016.

[35] K. K. Mackay, J. B. Freund, and H. T. Johnson. Hydrogen recombination rates on silica from reactive force fields and transition state theory. Materials Research Society Fall Meeting, Boston, 2016.

[36] L. Massa and J. B. Freund. Fluid-plasma-combustion coupling effects on the ignition of a fuel jet. APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Annual Meeting, 2016.

[37] M. Natarajan, J. B. Freund, and D. J. Bodony. Actuator and sensor placement for controlling high-speed jet noise. SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE15), 2015.

[38] M. Natarajan, J. B. Freund, and D. J. Bodony. Global-mode based linear feedback control of a supersonic jet for noise reduction. APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Annual Meeting, 2016.

[39] M. Panesi. Construction of non-equilibrium hydrodynamics models for atmospheric entry plasmas. Pasadena, October 2015.

[40] M. Panesi. NLTE radiative and collisional processes in high enthalpy flows. University of California, Los Angeles, August 2015.

[41] M. Panesi. Non-equilibrium aerothermodynamics: Construction of non-equilibrium models. University of Queensland, Australia, June 2015.

[42] M. Panesi. Non-equilibrium aerothermodynamics: Construction of non-equilibrium models. University of New South Wales, Canberra, Australia, June 2015.

[43] M. Panesi. Reduced order models for dissociating and recombining flows. Texas A&M, College Station, TX, 2015.

[44] C. Pantano. A novel application of flame hole dynamics to consistent turbulent nonpremixed combustion modeling. NASA AMES, Moffett Field, CA, July 2013.

[45] 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.

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

[47] C. Pantano. A novel application of flame hole dynamics to consistent turbulent nonpremixed combustion modeling. California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, January 2015.

[48] Tarun Prabhu and William Gropp. DAME: A runtime-compiled engine for derived datatypes. EuroMPI’15, Bordeaux, France, 2015.

[49] Andrew Reisner and Luke Olson. Multilevel solvers for high resolution electric field calculations, March 2015. Seventeenth Copper Mountain Conference on Multigrid Methods.

[50] Andrew Reisner, Luke Olson, and David Moulton. Progress on improving the parallel scalability of BoxMG. Fourteenth Copper Mountain Conference on Iterative Methods, March 2016.

[51] Jonathan E. Retter, Nick Glumac, Gregory S. Elliott, and Sean P. Kearney. Spatially cor-related temperature, oxygen, and fuel measurements in a plasma-assisted hydrogen di˙usion flame by one-dimensional fs/ps rotational CARS imaging. Gordon Research Seminar on Laser Diagnostics in Combustion, 2017.

[52] B. Shields, J. B. Freund, and C. Pantano. Numerical solution of an edge flame boundary value problem. APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Annual Meeting, 2016.

[53] B. Shields, C. Pantano, and J. B. Freund. Adaptive numerical solution of advancing and retreating edge flames in a new configuration. SIAM Conference on Numerical Combustion, Orlando, FL, April 2017.

[54] K. Tang, L. Massa, J. Wang, and J. B. Freund. A least-squares, adaptive uncertainty propagation approach for a plasma-coupled combustion system. WCCM 2016 — World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Seoul, Korea, 2016.

[55] R. Vishnampet, D. J. Bodony, and J. B. Freund. An exact and dual-consistent formulation for high-order discretization of the compressible viscous flow equations. APS DFD Annual Meeting, 2014.

[56] R. Vishnampet, D. J. Bodony, and J. B. Freund. An exact and consistent adjoint method for high-fidelity unsteady compressible flow simulations. SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering (CSE15), 2015.

[57] S. White. Introducing over-decomposition to existing applications: A case study with PlasComCM and Adaptive MPI. Charm++ Workshop, Urbana, IL, May 2015.

[58] Sam White. Adaptive MPI: Overview and potential collaborations. The 5th Joint Laboratory on Extreme Scale Computing Workshop, Lyon, France, June 2016.

[59] Sam White. Adaptive MPI: Overview and recent work. The 14th Annual Workshop on Charm++ and its Applications, Urbana, IL, April 2016.

[60] Sam White. Charm++ and Adaptive MPI. The 2016 Workshop on Exascale Software Technologies, Albuquerque, NM, January 2016.

[61] Z. Yin, C. Winters, V. Petrishchev, W. R. Lempert, and I. V. Adamovich. OH and H number density distributions in near-surface nanosecond pulse discharges at a liquid / vapor interface. 22nd International Symposium on Plasma Chemistry (ISPC), Antwerp, Belgium, 2015.

[62] 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.