ATPESC 2013

The 2013 ATPESC class was comprised primarily of PhD students and postdocs from a variety of disciplines and institutions, from across the country and around the world. Participants were chosen from an applicant pool of more than 150 individuals vying for the opportunity to learn from renowned HPC experts how to design, implement, and execute large-scale computational science and engineering applications effective across a variety of supercomputing platforms—including methodologies expected to be applicable to future exascale systems.

As part of their training, students were given access to some of today’s most powerful supercomputing resources, such as Argonne’s IBM Blue Gene/Q systems Vesta and Mira, Oak Ridge’s Cray System, Titan, and Georgia Tech’s 264-node cluster, Keeneland.

2013 AGENDA

2013 PARTICIPANTS

2013 LECTURERS