This month’s symposium on March 20, 2018, features a panel of PIs sharing their experiences with ECSS. If you know of folks wondering what a collaboration is like from the PI’s perspective, this is the symposium to join. This will be recorded and available at http://www.xsede.org/ecss-
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Meeting ID: 114 343 187
Michael Cianfrocco is a Research Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan’s Life Sciences Institute. Michael’s ECSS project, “Analysis of Cryo-EM data on Comet and Gordon,” began with a postdoctoral position with Andres Leschziner’s lab at UCSD. Michael has been working with Mona Wong (SDSC) through both ECSS and the Science Gateways Community Institute to develop a gateway that would offer the cryoEM science community a web-based tool to simplify the analysis of data using a standardized workflow running on XSEDE’s supercomputers. This gateway will lower the barrier to high-performance computing tools and contribute to the fast-growing field of structural biology.
Cameron Smith is a Computational Scientist at the Scientific Computation Research Center at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Cameron’s project, “Adaptive Finite-element Simulations of Complex Industrial Flow Problems” focuses on scaling and performance analysis of adaptive in-memory workflows using PHASTA CFD, EnGPar load balancing, and PUMI unstructured mesh services on Stampede2’s Knights Landing processors. The workflows are executed through the PHASTA science gateway. Cameron worked with ECSS staff Lars Koersterke and Lei Huang (both at TACC) on this project.
Jian Tao is a Research Scientist in the Strategic Initiatives Group at Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station and High Performance Research Computing at Texas A&M University. Jian’s work, “Deploying Containerized Coastal Model on XSEDE Resources,” first began while he was at Louisiana State University. The goal is to develop and deploy enhancements into the SIMULOCEAN science gateway, integrating new Docker features of Bridges and Globus capabilities for authentication, file transfer and sharing. The PI worked with Mona Wong and Andrea Zonca (SDSC) and Stuart Martin from the Globus team.
Sever Tipei is a Professor of Composition-Theory in the School of Music at University of Illinois' College of Fine and Applied Arts. His project, “DISSCO, a Digital Instrument for Sound Synthesis and Composition” involves optimization and parallelization of the multi-threaded code DISSCO (developed jointly at the UIUC Computer Music Project and at Argonne National Laboratory). DISSCO combines the field of Computer-assisted Composition with that of the Sound Design in a seamless process. Sever has worked with ECSS staff Paul Rodriguez and Bob Sinkovits (both at SDSC) on this project.