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Adrian Del Maestro Northeast
Brian Gregor Northeast, Campus Champions
Ben Lynch Campus Champions
Brian Haymore RMACC, Campus Champions
Charles Forsyth Campus Champions
Chris Carothers CAREERS
Christopher Bl… Campus Champions
Cody Stevens Campus Champions
Edwin Posada Campus Champions
Gaurav Khanna Campus Champions, CAREERS, Northeast
Jeff Dusenberry Northeast, Campus Champions
Jeff Falgout Campus Champions, RMACC
Jordan Hayes Campus Champions
Jason Wells ACCESS CSSN, Campus Champions
Katia Bulekova ACCESS CSSN, Campus Champions, CAREERS, Northeast
Matthew Moseley Kentucky
Paul Rulis Campus Champions
Ron Rahaman Campus Champions
Grant Scott Great Plains
Shawn Doughty Campus Champions, Northeast
Xiaoqin Huang ACCESS CSSN
Shaohao Chen Northeast
Steven Kuhlo TRECIS
Gil Speyer RMACC, Campus Champions
Sumit Saluja Campus Champions
Shawn Sivy Campus Champions, CAREERS
Tyler Burkett Kentucky
Thomas Cheatham Campus Champions, RMACC
Trey Breckenridge Campus Champions
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DELTA DELTA is a dedicated, ACCESS-allocated resource designed by HPE and NCSA, delivering a highly capable GPU-focused compute environment for GPU and CPU workloads. Besides offering a mix of standard and… Login to join
FASTER Fostering Accelerated Scientific Transformations, Education, and Research (FASTER) is a NSF-MRI-funded cluster (award number 2019129) that offers state of the art CPUs, GPUs, and NVMe (Non-Volatile… Login to join
Anvil Purdue University is the home of Anvil, a powerful new supercomputer that provides advanced computing capabilities to support a wide range of computational and data-intensive research spanning from… Login to join

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Engagements

GPU-accelerated Ice Sheet Flow Modeling
University of North Dakota

Sea levels are rising (3.7 mm/year and increasing!)! The primary contributor to rising sea levels is enhanced polar ice discharge due to climate change. However, their dynamic response to climate change remains a fundamental uncertainty in future projections. Computational cost limits the simulation time on which models can run to narrow the uncertainty in future sea level rise predictions. The project's overarching goal is to leverage GPU hardware capabilities to significantly alleviate the computational cost and narrow the uncertainty in future sea level rise predictions. Solving time-independent stress balance equations to predict ice velocity or flow is the most computationally expensive part of ice-sheet simulations in terms of computer memory and execution time. The PI developed a preliminary ice-sheet flow GPU implementation for real-world glaciers. This project aims to investigate the GPU implementation further, identify bottlenecks and implement changes to justify it in the price to performance metrics to a "standard" CPU implementation. In addition, develop a performance portable hardware (or architecture) agnostic implementation.

Status: Finishing Up

People with Expertise

Jeff Falgout

United States Geological Survey

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Campus Champions, RMACC

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research computing facilitator, ci systems engineer

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Thomas Cheatham

University of Utah

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Campus Champions, RMACC

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mentor, research computing facilitator, domain champion

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Sumit Saluja

Columbia University Medical Center

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Campus Champions

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research computing facilitator

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People with Interest

Ron Rahaman

Georgia Institute of Technology

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Campus Champions

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research software engineer

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Nicholas Danes

Colorado School of Mines

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Campus Champions, MINES

Roles

mentor, research computing facilitator

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Doug Heckman

Rochester Institute of Technology

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Campus Champions

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research computing facilitator

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