The HPC4E project took part in the 14th US National Congress on Computational Mechanics held on Montréal (Canada) from 17 to 20 July 2017.
There was a presentation at the Minisymposia "Enabling Technologies and Simulation Practices for Advanced Scientific and Engineering Computation" by researcher Fábio Canesin (UFRJ), titled "Profiling AMR/C Computations in MontBlanc Exascale Prototype". This Minisymposia was organised by our Brazilian coordinator Alvaro Coutinho (UFRJ) and Guillaume Houzeaux (BSC), among others.
Researcher Andre Rossa (UFRJ) also presented a talk at the Minisymposia "Computational Methods in Environmental Fluid Mechanics", titled "Time and Space Adaptivity in Turbidity Current Simulation".
As explained in the event's website, from their inception in 1991, the biennial congresses of the U.S. Association for Computational Mechanics have become major scientific events, drawing computational engineers and scientists worldwide from government, academia, and industry. The congress provides a forum for researchers and practitioners all over the world to discuss the latest advancements and future directions in fields pertaining to Computational Engineering and Sciences.
|Profiling AMR/C Computations in MontBlanc Exascale Prototype|
|Time and Space Adaptivity in Turbidity Current Simulation|
|Photos from the Congress|