ATPESC: ‘Computational Science and Cinema’
Senior Computational Energy Scientist Marius Stan (EGS) recently presented at the 2015 Argonne Training Program on Extreme Scale Computing (ATPESC) at St. Charles, IL.
Stan spoke on Computational Science in Cinema and how scientists and artists are creators driven by curiosity.
Conceived and organized by ALCF Director of Science Paul Messina, the ATPESC is an intense, two-week program that focuses on the key skills, approaches, and tools needed to conduct computational science and engineering research on today’s and tomorrow’s high-end supercomputers.
78 videos were made of presentations by pioneers and experts in the HPC community on topics ranging from programming techniques and numerical algorithms to trends in HPC architectures and software. ATPESC is funded by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Science.