Three-dimensional flow simulations of the flying snake using Microsoft Azure
Talk presented at the 30th International Conference on Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics, 17 May 2018.
We ran simulations of the three-dimensional flow around an anatomically correct body section of a flying snake, using our PETSc-based immersed-boundary method... Continue »
Using AmgX to Accelerate PETSc-Based CFD Codes
[This file set supplements the presentation by Pi-Yueh Chuang at 2016 GPU Technology Conference, on Thu. April 7th: see session S6355.]
"Using AmgX to Accelerate PETSc-Based CFD Codes"—#Jupyter notebook complementing @gw_pychuang's GTC16 talk https://t.co/izqtApJOJ4 @figshare
RT @Sci_Hub: SSRN has been captured by the enemy of open knowledge https://t.co/lws0RiwQ7w
Please cite as:
Chuang, Pi-Yueh; Barba, Lorena A. (2017): Using AmgX to Accelerate PETSc-Based CFD Codes. figshare.<... Continue »
Tingyu Wang at the HPC Summer School
How will the fast-multipole method fare in the exascale era?
SIAM News (Vol. 46, issue 6) has published on the front page our piece about the future of algorithms in the exascale era. This piece was written by invitation on the aftermath of a very successful SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, held in Boston last February. At this conference several minisymposia focused on... Continue »