A Birds of a Feather session at SC 2022
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Software engineering (SWE) for modeling, simulation, and data analytics for computational science and engineering (CSE) is challenging, with ever-more sophisticated, higher fidelity simulations of ever-larger, more complex problems involving larger data volumes, more domains, and more researchers. Targeting both commodity and high-end computers multiplies these challenges. We invest significantly in creating these codes, but rarely talk about that experience; we just focus on the results. We seek to raise awareness of SWE for CSE, and provide an opportunity for discussion and community building. Presentations and discussion notes will be made available through the BoF series website, http://bit.ly/swe-cse-bof.
Subject to change.
|Time||Title (link to slides)||Speaker/Moderator||Affiliation|
|5 min||Introduction and Goals||David E. Bernholdt||Oak Ridge National Laboratory|
|3 min||Growing The Cactus Computational Toolkit Community||Stephen R. Brandt||Louisiana State University|
|3 min||Hackathons||Mozhgan Kabiri chimeh||NVIDIA|
|3 min||Using code or ideas||Tobias Weinzierl||Durham University|
|3 min||INTERSECT Research Software Engineering Training||Ian A. Cosden||Princeton University|
|3 min||Creating (or not creating) portable tests||Kevin Gott||NERSC|
|3 min||Cultural Barriers to HPC Software Development||Charles Ferenbaugh||Los Alamos National Laboratory|
|3 min||MOOSE - Continuous Integration, In-Code Documentation and Automation for Research Software||Oana Marin||Idaho National Laboratory|
|3 min||I Am Not an RSE, but I’m a Believer||Blake Joyce||University of Alabama Birmingham|
|56 min||General Discussion||David E. Bernholdt/
|Oak Ridge National Laboratory/
Argonne National Laboratory/
Boise State University
|5 min||Wrap-Up and Next Steps||David E. Bernholdt||Oak Ridge National Laboratory|
We will use a a Google Doc for collaborative notetaking: https://bit.ly/swe-cse-notes
Lead note-taker: William F. Godoy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (all are invited to help out)
After the BOF we’ll publish the public summary here.
|David E. Bernholdt||Oak Ridge National Laboratory|
|Anshu Dubey||Argonne National Laboratory|
|Nasir Eisty||Boise State University|
|William F. Godoy||Oak Ridge National Laboratory|
|Mozhgan Kabiri chimeh||NVIDIA|
|Spencer Smith||McMaster University|
|Marion Weinzierl||Durham University|
David E. Bernholdt, Anshu Dubey, Nasir Eisty, William F. Godoy, Mozhgan Kabiri chimeh, Spencer Smith, Marion Weinzierl, organizers, Birds of a Feather session on Software Engineering and Reuse in Modeling, Simulation, and Data Analytics for Science and Engineering, in The International Conference for High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC22), Dallas, Texas, November 2022. URL: https://betterscientificsoftware.github.io/swe-cse-bof/2022-11-sc22-bof/.