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ECSS Symposia – May 2019
May 21, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
Please join us for our next ECSS Symposium.
Tuesday, May 21, 10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern
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Meeting ID: 114 343 187
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For CaRCC members who are unfamiliar with the ECSS Symposium series, this is a monthly forum where XSEDE Extended Collaborative Support Services (ECSS) staff share information about successful techniques used to address challenging science problems. Tutorials on new technologies may also be featured. Two 30-minute, technically-focused talks are presented each month and include a brief question and answer period. This series is open to everyone.
More information and links to previous presentation can be found here
Robert Sinkovits, Ph.D.
Co-director XSEDE ECSS
San Diego Supercomputer Center
Kent Milfeld, Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC)
ECSS CGEM project: Experiences & Beyond
Often performance can be analyzed through profilers such as gprof and VTune. At other times it is necessary to observe what is happening in a code with other tools to find performance problems. In this presentation we’ll look at a few handy tools used to discover a performance problem in the marine science CGEM code.
Sudhakar Pamidighantam, Indiana University
SimCCS Science Gateway: Towards Creating a Dynamic Web based Portal for Carbon Capture and Storage
This presentation will describe the SimCCS Science gateway, a portal for Simulating Carbon Capture, Transport and Storage. We will motivate the need for the simulations and where it is used potentially and describe the gateway creation and interfaces in detail. The evolution of the gateway from basic optimization of pipeline network with user prepared inputs through a desktop application that drives the workflow ending with a web browser based interface for driving the workflow using Apache Airavata integrated Django framework will be presented.