Facility company directors at Argonne and Oak Ridge national labs named guest editors
Michael Papka, director from the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility, and James Hack, director from the National Center for Computational Sciences, which houses the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility, happen to be hired the guest editors of the special problem of IEEE Computing in Science &lifier Engineering (CiSE) magazine on leadership computing.
CiSE, co-released through the IEEE Computer Society and also the American Institute of Physics, is really a high-quality, peer-examined, topical magazine targeted at featuring the most recent computational science and engineering research. It'll begin accepting distribution for that special problem in nov 2013.
The U.S. Department of Energy’s Leadership Computing Facilities, situated at Oak Ridge and Argonne National Labs, house a few of the world’s innovative supercomputers to accelerate scientific discovery and engineering innovation. Leadership computing concentrates on large-scale, computationally intensive projects that exploit the abilities of those systems.
The aim of this special problem of CiSE would be to explore how leadership computing has been effectively accustomed to support real-world science and engineering programs. Subjects includes algorithmic and application formulations, programming models and systems, runtime systems and middleware, finish-to-finish application workflows, and encounters with real programs.
“Simulation of complex systems fills an important role in scientific discovery, and leadership computing abilities have enabled amazing scientific and technical advances, ” Hack stated. “We aspire to illustrate the foundational computational science research which has led to those many success tales.”