Advanced Scientific Computing Advisory Committee

September 24-25, 2020 Zoom Televideo/Teleconference only

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Thursday, September 24, 2020
Opening Remarks From The Committee Chair
Dan Reed, ASCAC
View From Washington Harriet Kung, Deputy Director Of The Office Of Science For Programs
Report From Cross-Cutting Ai Subcommittee Tony Hey, ASAC
Discussion And Vote On Ai Subcommittee Report ASAC
View From The Office Of Science Chris Fall, Director Of The Office Of Science
View From Germantown Barbara Helland, Associate Director Of The Office Of Science For Advanced Scientific Computing Research
Report From Exascale Transition Subcommittee Roscoe Giles, Boston University | Report
Workforce Valerie Taylor, Argonne National Laboratory
Quantum Information Science Centers Ceren Susut-Bennett, ASCR

Friday, September 25, 2020

Opening Remarks From The Committee Chair
Dan Reed, ASCAC
Incorporating GPUS Into Earth System Science Mark Taylor, Sandia National Laboratories
Preparing For The Sustainable Delivery Of The DOE Exascale Software Mike Heroux, Sandia National Laboratories; Rajeev Thakur, Argonne National Laboratory; Jeff Vetter, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Approaching The Esnet-6 Era Ben Brown, ASCR And Inder Monga, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Distinguished Scientist Talk Jackie Chen, Sandia National Laboratories And ASCAC            
Report From The Subcommittee On 40th Anniversary Accomplishments Bruce Hendrickson, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

These are the three products that have resulted from the charge to document ASCR’s impacts.  The “history” | DOI document is a fairly comprehensive and detailed review of many of ASCR’s technical successes.  The “highlights” | DOI document is a more accessible and visual set of articles on some of ASCR’s activities.  The “one-pagers” | DOI are a collection of impact stories in a concise and consistent format, appropriate for quick educational and advocacy opportunities.

A Few Thoughts On HPC Buddy Bland Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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