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Monday, July 18 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Tutorial: Building Parallel Scientific Applications Using GenASiS

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In this half-day tutorial, intermediate to advanced users will be exposed to GenASiS Basics, a collection of Fortran 2003 classes furnishing extensible object-oriented implementations of some rudimentary functionality common to many large-scale scientific applications. Use of these classes allows application scientists to focus more of their time and effort on numerical algorithms, problem setup and testing, shepherding production runs to completion, and data analysis and interpretation. By running fluid dynamics and molecular dynamics examples---fundamentally different models, requiring the solution of different equations, using different techniques and different parallelization strategies---participants will gain a top-down perspective and appreciation for how GenASiS Basics facilitates development of a variety of scientific applications. By running selected unit test programs that exercise and exemplify the usage of selected GenASiS Basics classes, participants will get a bottom-up overview of the range of functionality provided by GenASiS Basics.


Monday July 18, 2016 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Michelangelo

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