Scientific Software Days 2011
May 12-13, 2011
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. (CT)
J.J. Pickle Research Campus, ROC 1.603
10100 Burnet Rd., Austin, TX
The Texas Advanced Computing Center, the University of Texas Institute for Geophysics, and the University of Texas Bureau of Economic Geology are organizing the 2011 Scientific Software Days, where the scientific community can share experiences of developing software and learn about new developments in general scientific software.
The morning of May 12th will have the following general lectures.
- Fernando Perez (UC Berkeley): Ten years of (interactive) scientific Python
- James Quirk: "Executable Papers"; The Day The Universe Changed; A Personal View by James Quirk
- Sergey Fomel (UT, Bureau for Economic Geology): Madagascar, a workflow tool
- David Walling (UT, TACC): Immortal Data - How iRODS is helping to ensure your research lives forever
- TBD (Enthought): Interactive Data Visualization: An Introduction to Chaco (and Traits)
- Field Van Zee (UT, Computer Science): Developing linear algebra applications with the LibFlame library
- Hohyon Ryu and Jason Baldridge (UT, School of Information): From High Performance Computing to Data-Intensive Computing: Analyzing Massive Datasets using Hadoop
In the afternoon of May 12th there will be a tutorial by Field van Zee on "Using and Developing High Performance Linear Algebra Software with LibFlame".
On May 13th there will be a tutorial by Yaakoub El Khamra on "Scientific Software Development with the Python Based Numerical/Algebraic System SAGE".
- Lab 1 Sage Basics
- Lab 2 Sage Basics: Mathematics
- Lab 3 Sage Basics: Linear Algebra
- Interactive Shell
- Advanced Interfaces
Visitors should enter via the Burnet Rd. Entrance, 10100 Burnet Rd, and may ask at the gate for directions.
Attendees traveling to the training are responsible for arranging and paying for their own travel, daily expenses, and hotel accommodations.
Please submit any questions to email@example.com
Scientific Software Day is organized by:
Victor Eijkhout - Texas Advanced Computing Center
Sergey Fomel - Bureau of Economic Geology
Michael Tobis - UT Institute of Geophysics