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Announcements Registration is full and almost closed Class schedule Class on Aug 30, Sept 1 NO class on Sept 3, 6 (Holiday), 8 Class on Sept 10 Homework #1 Survey at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ SRTJ7GL Submit the survey at this website Due Mon, Aug 30 @ 8am eastern Homework #2 coming next week T-square mailing lists Testing this week Did you receive my email? TA Jonathan Brownsworth [email protected] Action Items Brainstorming term project ideas and collaborators Get familiar with HPC resources Slides/syllabus/project list available at T-Square Computational Science and Engineering Division 1
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CS6230: HPC Tools and Applications Term Project Discussion Jeffrey Vetter
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Pre-proposals Title Participants list all participants that will collaborate on this project. Goal what do you hope to learn, prove, implement, publish, etc. (in no more than 200 words)? Expected outcome Approach What is your initial plan to accomplish this goal? Metrics how will you show that you have met your goal? Time to solution? Accuracy? Scaling? Others? Required resources short list of the required resources: software, hardware, source code, data sets, and/or knowledge (e.g., domain specific, algorithm). Risks short list of what might go wrong with the project to keep you from reaching your goal. Related work Are you working on related work for this project in any other class? Computational Science and Engineering Division 2
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Nice Example from CDC/Chris Lynberg Computational Science and Engineering Division 3
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Term Project (1) The term project will focus on a research or application related HPC project that will depend greatly on the student’s skills and status. Students will identify term projects in the first month, and work on them throughout the semester. The final project is something chosen by the student in conjunction with the instructor which will probe some area of high-performance computing of interest to the student. Each team will present a pre-proposal by Oct 1 Each team will present project summary during the last weeks of the class. Required components of the term project are the written project proposal presentation on project proposal final project presentation Final project written report Possible implementation languages range from FORTRAN to C/C++ and potentially some new or exploratory languages (depending on student’s previous experiences). Computational Science and Engineering Division 4
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Term Project (2) Class projects may be performed by students individually or by teams of two, three Consequently, for Computer Science or Computer Engineering students, the effective outcome of the course is a deeper understanding of parallel/distributed computing and their communication mechanisms, operating systems, middleware, and programming support Other students learn to understand the topics listed above while
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