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Interpretable Deep Learning with Keras for Severe Weather Prediction

Date and Time: 
Friday April 12th 2019
Location: 
CG North Auditorium
Speaker: 
David Gagne & Ryan Lagerquist

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David John Gagne is a Machine Learning Scientist in the Computational and Information Systems and Research Applications Labs at NCAR. He received his PhD in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma in 2016 and served for 2 years as an ASP Postdoc. His research focuses on developing machine learning modeling systems for high impact weather and physics parameterizations.


Notebooks, instructions and additional material
https://github.com/djgagne/ams-ml-python-course

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Performance Analysis Using the TAU Performance System

Date and Time: 
Thursday April 11th 2019
Location: 
CG Auditorium
Speaker: 
Sameer Shende

Speaker Description: 

Sameer Shende serves as the Director of the Performance Research Laboratory at the University of Oregon. His research interests include performance evaluation tools, runtime systems, instrumentation, measurement, and analysis tools, and optimizing compilers.

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Video recorded: 

The slides are available at http://tau.uoregon.edu/tau_sea19.pdf

E4S: Extreme Scale Scientific Software Stack

Date and Time: 
Thursday April 11th 2019 - AM
Location: 
CG South Auditorium
Speaker: 
Sameer Shende

Speaker Description: 

Sameer Shende serves as the Director of the Performance Research Laboratory at the University of Oregon. His research interests include performance evaluation tools, runtime systems, instrumentation, measurement, and analysis tools, and optimizing compilers.

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Video recorded: 

The slides are available at https://e4s.io/talks/E4S_SEA19.pdf

Writing Parallel Fortran 2018 Today

Date and Time: 
Thursday April 11th 2019
Location: 
CG South Auditorium
Speaker: 
Damian Rouson

Speaker Description: 

Damian Rouson is a mechanical engineer with extensive experience in software design and development for multi-physics modeling, including classical, quantum, and magnetohydrodynamic turbulence and multiphase flow. He co-authored the textbook Scientific Software Design: The Object-Oriented Way (Cambridge University Press, 2011) and has been contracted to teach related courses at supercomputer centers and universities in the U.S. and Europe. He holds a B.S. from Howard University and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University, all in Mechanical Engineering. He is a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the State of California.Dr. Rouson is the president of Sourcery Institute, a California public-benefit nonprofit corporation and 501(c)(3) tax-exempt entity with the specific purpose to conduct research and education and provide advisory services in computational science and engineering.

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Building Container Images for HPC Workloads

Date and Time: 
Thursday April 11th 2019
Location: 
CG Center Auditorium
Speaker: 
Craig Tierney

Speaker Description: 

Craig Tierney is a Senior Solution Architect at NVIDIA supporting high performance computing (HPC) and deep learning (DL). His focus includes the architecture of GPU based systems to maximize HPC and DL performance and scalability. Prior to joining NVIDIA, Craig spent over 15 years providing high performance computing architecture and computational science support to NOAA and several other government and educational organizations including DOE, DOD, NASA and Stanford University. Craig holds a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering Sciences from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

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Parallel Analog Ensemble Forecasts with Ensemble Toolkit on HPC

Date and Time: 
Thursday April 11th 2019
Location: 
CG North Auditorium
Speaker: 
Weiming Hu

Speaker Description: 

Weiming Hu is a Ph.D. student of Prof. Guido Cervone at Penn State University in the Dept. of Geography focusing on computational algorithms, and numerical weather prediction;- Guido Cervone is the Associate Professor at Dept. of Geography and the Assoc

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Metamorphic Testing for Scientific Software

Date and Time: 
Wednesday April 10th 2019
Location: 
CG Auditorium
Speaker: 
Nan Niu

Speaker Description: 

Nan Niu is an Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Cincinnati, USA. His research interests include software requirements engineering, scientific software development, and human-centric computing. He was a receipt of the US NSF CAREER award, two best paper awards, and one most influential paper award.

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Increasing Software Testing Coverage and Portability with Spack

Date and Time: 
Wednesday April 10th 2019
Location: 
CG Auditorium
Speaker: 
Jon Rood

Speaker Description: 

Jon Rood is a Computational Scientist at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory working on applications underneath the Exascale Computing Project for both wind and combustion energy modeling. Jon has also previously worked on performance portability of weather applications at ETH Zurich and performance engineering of bioinformatics applications at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

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Impact of Investing in Extensible Design of Scientific Software

Date and Time: 
Monday April 8th 2019
Location: 
CG Auditorium
Speaker: 
Anshu Dubey

Speaker Description: 

Anshu Dubey is a computer scientist in the mathematics and computer science division at Argonne National Laboratory and a Senior Scientist at large at the University of Chicago. She leads the earth and space sciences sub-area of applications development in the US-DOE Exascale Computing Project. She is also the chief software architect for FLASH, a multiphysics multiscale HPC software that is used by multiple science and engineering domains as their community code. She is interested in all aspects of HPC scientific software including their numerical, design and productivity issues.

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Practicing to be Perfect: Improving Work Through Deliberate Practice

Date and Time: 
Wednesday April 10th 2019
Location: 
CG Auditorium
Speaker: 
Andrew Ennamorato
Speaker Description: 
Andy is a father and spouse, which makes him a veteran of speaking to groups that are mostly not listening anyway. He’s been working in software development for almost 20 years and has written bugs in every language he’s ever used, from C to Groovy to Go. Andy is the oldest of 9 children, the experience of which helped him realize that he loves to teach and help others learn. He currently works at Cloudability, a cloud cost optimization platform that helps companies run their cloud services and systems like a business.
 

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