Monday July 25/3:30

MS13/Harbor 1

Applications of Large Scale Computing to Scientific Problems

Large scale computation continues to redefine itself as bigger computing platforms become available. This minisymposium highlights the state of the art, at this time, in large scale computation on both serial and parallel architectures. The speakers describe applications in fluid dynamics, combustion, condensed matter physics, and radiation transport. Although applications are a strong focus of this session, much will be said about numerical algorithms and the effects of machine architecture on these algorithms. Organizer: Jeffrey Stewart Saltzman, Los Alamos National Laboratory