The second CCP ASEArch Study Group “Multicomponent Lattice-Boltzmann Method (LBM) implementations on new HPC architectures” took place at Eynsham Hall near Oxford on June 17-18, 2013. The agenda is shown below with some links to the presentations on the day.
If you are interested in this subject or if you need further information about this study group please contact Prof Mike Giles.
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Monday 17th June
Tuesday 18th June
|9:00||Welcome and Introductions|
|9:15||Challenges in HPC, and objectives of meeting (Mike Giles)|
|9:45||LBM algorithms -- commonalities and distinct features (All)|
|11:30||Auto-generation of multiple implementations of a simple LBM code for different architectures (Dan Curran)|
|14:00||Experiences with accelerating existing LBM codes (All)|
|15:00||Multiple LBM codes or a generic LBM framework with customisations? (All)|
|16:00||Design of a generic LBM framework (all / Mike)|