Alumni Project

Center for Component Technology for Terascale Simulation Software ISIC

This ISIC will involve research into software component technology for high-performance parallel scientific computing to address problems of complexity, reuse, and interoperability for scientific simulation software. In particular, the research under this ISIC will address the following four areas. First, it will extend the Babel language interoperability technology to support Fortran 90 as needed by SciDAC application collaborators. Second, it will develop component schema and communication protocols between the ISIC component repository and component tools developed by collaborators. Third, it will continue to investigate parallel data redistribution approaches and integrate that support into the Babel language interoperability framework. Finally, ISIC team members will work with SciDAC application groups to use component technology in large, sophisticated simulation codes.

Funding:

20012002200320042005
$1.9M$2.6M$3.1M$3.1M$3.2M

Institutions Involved

  • Sandia National Laboratory (Lead)
  • Argonne National Laboratory
  • Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Oak Ridge National Laboratory
  • Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Indiana University
  • The University of Utah

Principal Investigator

Rob Armstrong    rob@ca.sandia.gov

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