We have put up a channel in Vimeo that showcases the Broader Impacts of our HPC and Visualization work :
VT Biochemistry had a strong showing, presenting their results on using immersive visualization in VT’s Visionarium Hypercube to engage and teach students (paper & presentation here).
The Technical Paper was presented and awarded Best Student Paper!
Dr. Srijith Rajamohan (email@example.com) presented a workshop on ‘Introduction to Machine Learning with TensorFlow and Keras’. The purpose of this workshop was to provide a formal introduction to the mathematical concepts underlying Machine Learning. This was augmented by hands-on examples in the Machine Learning framework TensorFlow and the Deep Learning framework Keras. The slides for this workshop can be found at https://srijithr.gitlab.io/pos
Alana Romanella (firstname.lastname@example.org) served on the executive committee as Diversity and Workforce Development Chair and Chair Emeritus for the Student Program. She focused on promoting inclusivity through increasing individual diversity awareness skills and effective organizational systems that allowed for a more diverse conference.
Interested in joining us next year?
PEARC19, will be located in Chicago from July 28 – August 1, 2019, and will explore the current practice and experience in advanced research computing including modeling, simulation, and data-intensive computing. A primary focus next year will be on Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence which are proving to be disruptive technologies in a diverse range of scientific fields from materials science to medicine. https://www.pearc19.pearc.org/
From any ARC login node, you can explore how to use ARC software by checking the directory /opt/examples
Details on the examples directory are in
The gfortran, ifort, and pgf90 compilers can be instructed that variables declared as “real” should actually be stored and handled as double precision quantities. Details are at https://www.arc.vt.edu/userguide/fortran_realsize/
The “Wing It” exhibit (both actual and virtual) just won a 2018 SEGD Global Design Merit award!!
Click to learn more about the events on April 9-10th, 2018 at Torg. 1100 and the Inn at Virginia Tech.
The Visionarium Lab (Torgersen Hall 3050) is open for drop-in hours M W F 12:00-1:00 pm.
A COMSOL batch job can run in parallel, using multiple nodes or processors. Information on how to automatically set the appropriate COMSOL command line parameters for parallel execution is available, including an example script, athttps://secure.hosting.vt.edu/www.arc.vt.edu/userguide/comsol/.
ARC will offer many free classes on scientific computing, sponsored by Network Learning Initiatives (NLI) and held in room 1100 Torgersen. NLI encourages you to register for these classes through their web site https://nli.tlos.vt.edu, but unregistered auditors are welcome to sit in.
For a list of dates, times, and titles for the classes, refer to
Instructors who wish to introduce their class to high performance computing are welcome to request a class account.
The process for BlueRidge, Cascades, DragonsTooth and NewRiver, is described in https://secure.hosting.vt.edu/www.arc.vt.edu/userguide/get-an-arc-account-for-your-class/ .