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Next Generation I/O and visualization requirements for in situ processing
SESSION: Next Generation I/O and visualization requirements for in situ processing
EVENT TYPE: Birds of a Feather
TIME: 5:30PM - 7:00PM
SESSION LEADER(S):Scott Klasky, Hasan Abbasi, Manish Parashar
ABSTRACT: Next generation exascale systems will require HPC to revolutionize the concept of I/O, data analysis, and visualization. HPC is ready for this revolution, where we can build tools, which are easy-to-use, sustainable, scalable, and portable. This BOF will focus on generating new ideas to design new algorithms and middleware to aid scientist in high performance, data intensive computing.
Leadership class computing has allowed application scientists to solve problems that would have been impossible 5 years ago. Much of the focus of the community has gone into creating scalable science to work efficiently on these petascale platforms. One consequence has been that the data generated from these simulations has ballooned to unprecedented volumes, opening up new challenges and opportunities. Simulations of this scale need to incorporate new techniques to meet these challenges which requires tools that can help experts to make real-time decisions of what to do with the data.
Session Leader Details:
Scott Klasky (Primary Session Leader) - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Hasan Abbasi (Secondary Session Leader) - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Manish Parashar (Secondary Session Leader) - Rutgers University