SimRace Award !
Congratulations to Ranine Tarabay and Jean-Baptiste Whal from IRMA-University of Strasbourg, winners of the SimRace Award sponsored by Hewlett Packard Enterprise for their work on the software Feel++
The SimRace simulation challenge
The contest is open to academic and research organization fellows only
Tune your own simulator to demonstrate how you can make efficient use of emerging architectures: multi-GPU, multi-cores, etc. Show your software engineering skills guaranteeing the sustainability of your simulator within the fast-moving computer architecture world.
You may highlight the original numerical schemes that you use in your simulator. The innovative nature of the scheme may be focused on various objectives: precision of results, low computational cost with equivalent precision, ability to handle complex meshes, etc.
To ensure a fair comparison of competing simulators, all the entries will be assessed on 5 nodes of the IFPEN ENER110 supercomputer. These nodes contain 80 Intel SandyBridge cores and 10 NVidia K20m accelerators. The test phase on the cluster will take place during November.
As long as your simulation works on ENER110, we will give you the opportunity to present your simulator, in a short five-minute talk at the beginning of the conference, and to highlight its originality, along with its computing performance.
Show your talents and try to win the SimRace award!
To enter the challenge, please send an email
before 19 October to firstname.lastname@example.org