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Thursday, March 16 • 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Programming: Many-core Implementation of Numerical 3D Isotropic Acoustic Wave Equation and Analysis of its Performance Portability

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I discuss how to tune code in a way that a single source file will perform well across many-core architectures such as Xeon Phi and multi-core architectures such as Xeon. I focus on a common Oil&Gas kernel: the 3D isotropic acoustic wave equation. I give performance results for this kernel across multiple architectures and give strategies on how that performance may be achieved from a single source file. I also discuss an alternative propagation model: first-order forms of the wave equation with PML boundary conditions.

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Alex Loddoch

TechExpert HPC, Chevron
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Scott Morton

Manager and Global Geophysical Advisor, Hess Corporation
Scott Morton has 25 years of experience in computational and theoretical physics distributed between academia, the computer industry and the petroleum industry. Although originally trained as an astrophysicist, he switched to geophysics when he joined Shell in 1991 to do research and development in seismic imaging. Scott spent the next 7 years distributed between Shell, Thinking Machines, Cray Research and SGI, gaining expertise in both... Read More →

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Reid Atcheson

Accelerator Software Engineer, Numerical Algorithms Group
Reid consults on High Performance Computing (HPC) with focus on accelerators such as Xeon Phi and Graphics Processing Units. Reid also works with highly distributed code by way of MPI. He has worked in scientific computation throughout his career beginning with Ph.D research on numerical wave propagation and moving into Oil & Gas sector, then finally transitioning into his current role at Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG Inc.) where he works... Read More →



Thursday March 16, 2017 12:00pm - 12:20pm
Room 103 BRC

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