Trilinos User Group Meeting 2014

Trilinos User Group Meeting 2014

October 27th: Tutorial*
October 28th-29th: User Sessions*
October 30th: Developer Sessions*

*Schedule subject to change

Computer Science Research Institute
1450 Innovation Parkway, SE
Albuquerque, NM
Contact: Mike Heroux

Trilinos Background

The Trilinos Project is an effort to develop algorithms and enabling technologies within an object-oriented software framework for the solution of large-scale, complex multi-physics engineering and scientific problems. A unique design feature of Trilinos is its focus on packages. Full details of Trilinos and links to package websites can be found at the Trilinos home page.

Meeting Overview

TUG 2014 will be held in Albuquerque and hosted by Sandia National Labs. The goal of the annual user group meeting is to facilitate communication between Trilinos users, clients and developers.

Registration

Registration is now closed.

Schedule

Tentatively, a user tutorial will take place on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will feature user-focused talks, and Thursday will be reserved for topics of interest to Trilinos developers.

The below schedule is tentative and could be modified prior to the meeting.  (Last update 10/28/14.)

Monday, October 27th (Tutorial)

1:305:00
Trilinos Tutorial (M. Hoemmen) pptx

Tuesday, October 28th (User Day)

8:309:30
Trilinos Progress, Challenges, and Future Plans (M. Heroux) videopdf
9:3010:15
Capability Area Summaries (M. Heroux, others) video
10:1510:30
Break
10:3011:15
Threaded construction and fill of Tpetra sparse linear systems using Kokkos (two-part talk: M. Hoemmen and C. Edwards) videopptx
11:1512:00
Fluctuating Hydrodynamics Methods for Complex Geometries (P. Atzberger)
12:001:30
Lunch break
1:302:00
Improving Scientific SW Development Productivity (M. Heroux) videopdf
2:002:30
Camellia: A Software Framework for a Discontinuous Petrov-Galerkin Methodology (N. Roberts) videopdf
2:302:50
Automatic Sparsity Pattern Extraction (S. Peles, S. Klus) pdf
2:503:10
Break
3:103:30
Exodus, Ioss, and SEACAS application updates (G. Sjaardema) video
3:304:00
STK_TUG_2014 (Williams) videopptx
4:004:30
Mesh Adaptivity Using Percept and STK (B. Carnes) pptx

Wednesday, October 29th (User Day)

8:308:50
Intrelab: An experimental Intrepid-Matlab interface (D. Ridzal)
8:509:10
Intrelab: Application to elasticity (P. Kuberry) videopdf
9:109:30
Semi-Lagrangian methods for transport using Intrepid (S. Moe) videopdf
9:3010:00
Implementation of a second-order stabilized CVFEM using Intrepid (K. Peterson) videopdf
10:0010:30
ROL, Rapid Optimization Library (D. Ridzal)
10:3010:50
Break
10:5011:10
Adjoint-based deterministic Inversion of Ice Sheets (M. Perego) videopdf
11:1011:35
PIKE (R. Pawlowski) pdf
11:3512:00
DataTransferKit (S. Slattery) video
12:001:30
Lunch break
1:301:50
MueLu: The Trilinos Multigrid Framework (Hu / Prokopenko) pdf
1:502:20
Overview of Anasazi and its newest eigensolver, TraceMin (A. Klinvex) videopdf
2:202:40
Usage of the new Trilinos BlockCRS sparse matrix storage and solver stack in high-order simulations of aerodynamic flows (T. Fisher)
2:403:00
Uncertainty Quantification for Next-Generation Architectures (E. Phipps) videopptx
3:003:30
Break
3:304:30
User Feedback Session

Thursday October 30 (Developer Day)

8:309:00
Intrepid/Kokkos (Demeshko/Edwards) pptx
9:009:30
Kokkos update: Spaces, Execution Policies, and C++11 (Trott/Edwards) pdf
9:3010:15
Multi-Repository Development and Integration with TriBITS (R. Bartlett)
10:1510:45
Break
10:4511:00
Breaking Selected Packages out of Trilinos and Importing other Packages (R. Bartlett)
11:0011:20
Trilinos Framework Update (J. Willenbring)
11:2012:00
Trilinos Community 2.0 (M. Heroux) pdf
12:001:30
Lunch (note lunch break round table discussion)
12:151:15
CSRI/279 Round table discussion: Trilinos CMS relational database design (W. Spotz)
1:302:15
Trilinos Strategic Planning (5 min per capability area leader and discussion)
2:152:30
Strategic Planning Topic Selection
2:303:00
Break
3:004:30
Trilinos Strategic Planning (Trilinos project level)