Yearly Archives: 2021

SC ’21 Booth Talk: “MPI Research at the Center for Understandable Performance – Exascale Communication Systems (CUP-ECS)”

Please join us at 2:00pm November 16th at SuperComputing ’21 in St. Louis – University of Tennessee Booth 321. Dr. Tony Skjellum will speak on “MPI Research at the Center for Understandable Performance – Exascale Communication Systems (CUP-ECS)” Booth Talk Tuesday, November 16th, 2 p.m. CST “MPI Research at the Center for Understandable Performance – Exascale Communication Systems (CUP-ECS)” Dr. Tony Skjellum, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Abstract: CUP-ECS

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Make Intersections Safer: Call for Entrants at Transportation Forecasting Competition (TRANSFOR 22)

According to the US Department of Transportation, one pedestrian is killed by a vehicle every 85 minutes in the United States. Wheelchair users alone are 36% more likely to be killed in a road accident compared to the general public. Unfortunately, there is currently little data to reveal the risk factors that make intersections more dangerous for certain groups. To help address this challenge, the Transportation Forecasting Competition (TRANSFOR

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CUP-ECS Seminar: MPI from the Ground Up: From Operations to Implementations, Part I

Please join us for the CUP-ECS Seminar, “MPI from the Ground Up: From Operations to Implementations, Part I,” presented by Derek Schafer & Tony Skjellum, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga Event Details: Friday, October 1st, 12 p.m. PDT/1 p.m. MDT/ 3 p.m. EDT via Zoom. Contact Tracy Wenzl for Zoom details. Seminar Friday, October 1st, 3 p.m. EDT MPI from the Ground Up: From Operations to Implementations, Part I

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Friday, April 23 – Math and SimCenter Colloquium: The Second Vassiliev measure of polygonal curves in 3-space, given by Philip Smith

SimCenter and Department of Mathematics Colloquium Friday, April 23, 2021 at 2:00 PM Contact Holley-Beeland@utc.edu for Zoom details. The Second Vassiliev measure of polygonal curves in 3-space Philip Smith (Student, Department of Mathematics – the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga) Abstract: Open knots and links are present in many physical systems, such as polymers and biopolymers. These physical filaments can be represented by polygonal chains in 3-space, whose complexity can be studied

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Friday, April 16 – Math and SimCenter Colloquium: Knot polynomials and Vassiliev measures of open and closed curves in 3-space, given by Prof. Eleni Panagiotou

SimCenter and Department of Mathematics Colloquium Friday, April 16, 2021 at 2:00 PM Contact Holley-Beeland@utc.edu for Zoom details. Knot polynomials and Vassiliev measures of open and closed curves in 3-space Eleni Panagiotou (Department of Mathematics – The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga) Abstract:Knots and links appear in our everyday life, such as our shoelaces, or polymer melts, proteins and DNA. Measuring the complexity of such knots has been a challenge for

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CUP-ECS Colloquium: Recent Development of Multigrid Solvers in HYPRE on Modern Heterogeneous Computing Platforms

Please join us for the CUP-ECS Seminar, “Recent Development of Multigrid Solvers in HYPRE on Modern Heterogeneous Computing Platforms,” presented by Ruipeng Li, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Event Details: Friday, April 9th, 12 p.m. PST/1 p.m. MST/ 3 p.m. EST via Zoom. Contact Holley-Beeland@utc.edu for Zoom details. Seminar Friday, April 9th, 3 p.m. EST Recent Development of Multigrid Solvers in HYPRE on Modern Heterogeneous Computing Platforms Ruipeng Li, Lawrence

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SimCenter and Math Colloquium: March 12, 2021, given by Lakmali Weerasena

SimCenter and Department of Mathematics Colloquium Friday, March 12, 2021 at 2:00 PM Contact Holley-Beeland@utc.edu for Zoom details. Design of an algorithm with multiple-cost efficient rules for the generalized multi-objective set cover problem Lakmali Weerasena (Department of Mathematics – The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga) Abstract: Set covering optimization problems (SCPs) are relevant and of broad interest since their extensive applications in the real world. This study addresses the generalized multi-objective

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CUP-ECS Seminar: DPC++: A modern C++ parallel programming model for Heterogeneous Computing

Please join us for the CUP-ECS Seminar, “DPC++: A modern C++ parallel programming model for Heterogeneous Computing,” presented by Nawrin Sultana of Intel Corporation. Event Details: Friday, March 26th, 12 p.m. PST/1 p.m. MST/ 3 p.m. EST via Zoom. Contact Holley-Beeland@utc.edu for Zoom details. Seminar Friday, March 26th, 3 p.m. EST DPC++: A modern C++ parallel programming model for Heterogeneous Computing Narwin Sultana, Intel Corporation Abstract: Heterogeneous platforms are

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CUP-ECS Colloquium: MPI Partitioned Communication for Highly Concurrent and Heterogeneous Systems

Please join us for the CUP-ECS Colloquium, “MPI Partitioned Communication for Highly Concurrent and Heterogeneous Systems,” presented by Ryan Grant of Sandia National Laboratories. This event will take place Friday, March 5, 2021 at 12 p.m. PST/1 p.m. MST/ 3 p.m. EST via Zoom. Contact Holley-Beeland@utc.edu for Zoom details. Colloquium Friday, March 5, 2021 3 p.m. EST  MPI Partitioned Communication for Highly Concurrent and Heterogeneous Systems Ryan Grant, Sandia National

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Math and SimCenter Colloquium: Virtual Knot Theory, given by Louis H. Kauffman

SimCenter and Department of Mathematics Colloquium Friday, February 19, 2021 at 2:00 PM (join here) Virtual Knot Theory Louis H. Kauffman (Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science – University of Illinois at Chicago) Abstract: Classical knot theory is the study of embeddings of the circle (knots) and of collections of circles (links) into three dimensional space (usually R^3 or S^3 — Euclidean three space or the three dimensional

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