Beyond Standard Hardware: GPUs, Cloud Computing and Crowdsourcing

Monday, October 17, 2011: 12:30 PM
Duluth (Hilton Minneapolis)

Computational resources not associated with standard clusters of CPUs are becoming influential in many areas of computational modeling. These resources include, but are not limited to, GPUs, cloud computing, and crowdsourced computing. Papers are sought describing experiences using resources of this kind to tackle materials modeling and engineering modeling problems.

Computational Molecular Science and Engineering Forum

Peter Cummings

Frank T. Willmore

Seung Soon Jang

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on CD.

12:46 PM

1:02 PM
(72c) Simulation of Nano-Confined Fluids and Colloids Using GPUs
Christopher R. Iacovella and Peter T. Cummings

1:18 PM
(72d) GPU Accelerated Monte Carlo Simulations In the Gibbs and Canonical Ensembles
Jason R. Mick, Jeffrey J. Potoff, Eyad Hailat, Vincent Russo and Loren Schwiebert

1:34 PM
(72e) HOOMD-Blue, General-Purpose Many-Body Dynamics On the GPU
Joshua A. Anderson, Carolyn L. Phillips, Trung D. Nguyen and Sharon C. Glotzer

2:09 PM

File available
2:41 PM
(72i) MD Simulations with Petaflops Sustainable Performance for Trans-Scale Study On Transport and Reaction Processes
Wei Ge, Chaofeng Hou, Ji Xu, Guofei Shen, Feiguo Chen, Xiaowei Wang, Wenlai Huang, Ying Ren, Yongshen Han and Jinghai Li