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Scientific Data on the Path to Exascale: Lessons, Insights and Predictions from 10+ years on the front lines

SESSION: Scientific Data on the Path to Exascale: Lessons, Insights and Predictions from 10+ years on the front lines

EVENT TYPE: Panel

TIME: 3:30PM - 5:00PM

SESSION CHAIR: Terence Critchlow

Panelists:Terence Critchlow, Rob Ross, Nagiza Samatova, Lucy Nowell, Arie Shoshani

ROOM:TCC 101

ABSTRACT:
This panel will present an overview of how data-centric research has made a difference to scientific applications within the SciDAC program, what advances have enabled data management and analysis to keep up with the increasing power of the supercomputers driving the simulations, and where the discipline is headed as we continue to move towards exascale computing. During their 20 minute presentations, the panelists will be encouraged to take strong positions while answering the following questions regarding data-centric research: - Give at least 2 examples of where data intensive research has enabled new scientific discoveries - What advancement has been the most disruptive to science over the past decade - What advancement has had the most impact on science over the past decade - What advancement has been most over-hyped within the past decade - What has not worked as well as you had expected - What advancement do you see as being the most important in the coming 5 years

Moderator/Panelist Details:

Terence Critchlow (Chair) - PNNL

Terence Critchlow (Moderator) - PNNL

Rob Ross - Argonne National Laboratory

Nagiza Samatova - Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Lucy Nowell - DOE Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research

Arie Shoshani - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

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