[Users] Fwd: Blue Waters Advanced User Workshop and yt development workshop
matthewturk at gmail.com
Fri Sep 5 13:18:15 CDT 2014
I just wanted to bring to your attention that there's going to be a yt
(yt-project.org) development workshop at NCSA in mid-October, if
anyone is interested in attending.
For the last couple months, Roland, Sherwood and I have been working
on and off on yt+Cactus work. The last remaining sticking point seems
to be refinement boundaries that coincide with processor tiles; I'm
prepping a detailed question-laden email that hopefully covers this
last case, which I'll send to this list. But, this workshop would
also give a good opportunity to meet in person and see what other
items are remaining, and how best to shift yt to accommodate ET data.
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From: <help+bw at ncsa.illinois.edu>
Date: Mon, Sep 1, 2014 at 3:16 PM
Subject: Blue Waters Advanced User Workshop and yt development workshop
To: Blue Waters Announcements <noreply at ncsa.illinois.edu>
We are pleased to announce a three-day, hands-on oriented advanced
user workshop about using Blue Waters to its fullest potential.
Representatives from Cray, Allinea, PGI and NVIDIA will be on-site to
present material and interact with attendees so bring your own code.
This work shop is targeting existing or recently allocated, advanced
users of Blue Waters.
In conjunction with the Blue Waters Advanced User workshop, we are
pleased to invite people who are interested in participating in
development of the yt project (yt-project.org) to a two-day hands-on
development workshop, focusing on parallel and in situ analysis,
stabilizing existing data format front-ends, and expanding the
capabilities of yt to take advantage of supercomputing resources.
Blue Waters Advanced User workshop
yt development workshop
We hope to see you here.
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