CCR Researchers Co-Author Best Student Paper Nominee at SC’16

 CCR system software researchers Scott Levy, Kurt Ferreira, and Patrick Widener were co-authors on the paper entitled “Understanding Performance Interference in Next-Generation HPC Systems,” which was nominated for Best Student Paper at the 2016 ACM/IEEE International Conference on High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis (SC’16). The paper presented a new stochastic modeling approach to help understand, characterize, and predict the impact of activities that can interfere with the progress of a computation. The lead author on the paper is Oscar Mondragon from the University of New Mexico, who performed this research under the Hobbes project, which was led by Sandia and funded by the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research in the DOE Office of Science.

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January 1, 2017

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