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  • Ohio Supercomputer Center
    Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support Ohio Supercomputer Center Empower Partner Lead Girls use technology to detect human impact on environment 15 Ohio middle school girls are studying environmental watershed issues at this year s Young Women s Summer Institute Students solve real world challenges at OSC Summer Institute Sixteen high school students from around Ohio will be attending the OSC Summer Institute on June 17 29 2012 at The Ohio State University OSC s Oakley Cluster delivers on performance efficiency Based on performance efficiency OSC s new system would rank 22nd in the world 9th in the U S and 2nd among U S schools Getting Started Get a New Account Request more Resources Request a Classroom Project Sign up for Training Supercomputing Software Resources Hardware Statewide Software Training System Notices Supercomputing Support Request a Classroom Project Help and Support Supercomputing Support Networking Support Training Classes Sign Up for Training Classes Learn to use our systems software packages June 17 29 2012 OSC Summer Institute Columbus OH June 27 2012 Third Frontier Advisory Board Meeting Columbus OH July 6 2012 Statewide Users Group SUG Columbus OH July 8 14 2012 OSC Young Women s Summer Institute Columbus

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  • Supercomputing
    machines to match those found at the National Science Foundation centers and national labs The Center s flagship supercomputing system is Glenn an IBM e1350 system with more than 9 500 Opteron processor cores Ohio Supercomputer Center is also home to the Ohio Interface Laboratory which provides state of the art graphics equipment and output services for computer graphics and animation Members of the Science and Technology Support Group provide much of the information for this server System Notices an error occurred while processing this directive Click here for a full listing of system notices News about software upgrades software access forms and information about existing applications for each system Technical support and consulting services for the Center s supercomputing resources Apply for a new account or renew an existing one Find out who are eligible principal investigators Specifications about processors memory and disk configurations for each of the supercomputing systems Operating and programming environments for each supercomputing system as well as basic performance analysis information On line information from hardware vendors Here is your source for vendor documentation with regard to the OSC systems Training descriptions and materials Some materials include synchronized audio from previously taught courses Contact information for consultants at your location or at OSC concerning networking and supercomputing issues OSC has received funding from the Ohio Board of Regents to acquire statewide licenses for software tools that will facilitate research Frequently Asked Questions Check here for answers to your computing software and general supercomputing questions The application of computing especially high performance computing to the solution of scientific and engineering problems A user friendly web based service that enables you to manage information regarding user accounts funding and publications information Related Links Blue Collar Computing Blue Collar TM Computing is high performance computing HPC for industries

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  • Cyberinfrastructure and Software Development Research
    Research Report Cyberinfrastructure and Software Development Research Learn more about how Ohio researchers are successfully applying high performance computing to their research The Ohio Supercomputer Center s cyberinfrastructure and software development researchers provide the user community with various high performance computing software options This variety enables researchers to select parallel computing languages they most prefer and just as important it creates a test bed for exploring these systems By taking a holistic approach to generating efficient supercomputing applications for researchers the Center s cyberinfrastructure and software development research capitalizes on all the components within the cycle of innovation development experimentation and analysis and continuously improves the services provided For example OSC researchers developed ParaM a collection of internally and externally created software including bcMPI pMatlab and GNU Octave that also incorporates a launcher and installer to facilitate downloading the program ParaM enables developers to directly write parallel code in MATLAB with either a message passing or global array parallel programming model By leveraging the GNU Octave interpreter ParaM works on a wide variety of machines that don t support MATLAB such as Itanium and POWER processors and it uses modern interconnects like Infiniband and Myrinet ParaM is installed and supported on OSC clusters as part of its production services environment along with MatlabMPI MATLAB DCE and Star P iPython is slated for installation soon The cyberinfrastructure and software development research group also engages in developing novel and innovative network based applications such as the E Weld Predictor and Remote Instrumentation Collaboration Environment RICE The E Weld product allows welding engineers to evaluate the changes in temperature profiles material microstructures residual stresses and welding distortion to reduce the number of experimental trials during the design of welded joints and ultimately improve productivity and profitability RICE is a remote access application that

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  • Research
    and Software Development Systems Research Research Archive Related Links Collaborations Get an Account Research Partners Research Video Library Research Reports 2010 Research Highlights 2009 Research Highlights 2008 Research Report 2007 Research Report Blue Collar Computing High performance computing for the rest of us More Get an account Startup accounts are available to eligible new researchers Start now Research Opportunities Check out available research funding opportunities More Research The Ohio Supercomputer Center empowers researchers via high performance computing advanced networking and training resources partners with leading scientific investigators in developing joint proposals to regional national and international organizations and leads research activities of strategic interest to OSC the state and the country Analytics More than ever before organizations in the academic government and industrial sectors are increasingly tasked with making sense of huge amounts of underutilized data The OSC Analytics Program is focused on developing and providing sophisticated methods of high performance computing based data analysis and visualization directed at solving complex real world problems particularly within the field of signal and image processing Bioinformatics Challenges in state of the art biology research are being met daily by using high performance computing technologies The research need to integrate search analyze organize compare and share increasing volumes of diverse information is at the heart of the challenge Working collaboratively with research teams from multiple disciplines including botany microbe animal and human researchers at OSC combine advanced computing technologies with research challenges to break barriers to critical insight Biomedical Sciences and Visualization an interdisciplinary group that applies high performance computing to biomedicine and applies advanced interface technology for use in virtual exploration of complex computational data Computational Science Engineering Research Applications gathers and deploys the best ideas algorithms and software tools emerging from the national high performance computing infrastructure into the OSC and

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  • Educational Programs
    one classes and web based training and materials Ohio high school and junior high school students step into the world of high performance computing and networking during OSC s annual Summer Institute and Young Women s Summer Institute OSC s education related programs and initiatives merge with technology to impact the areas of training and outreach on a statewide and national level Ralph Regula School of Computational Science Minor Program The Ralph Regula School of Computational Science is a statewide virtual school focused on the exciting new area of computational science the use of computer modeling and simulation to solve complex business technical and academic research problems A minor in computational science through the Ralph Regula School of Computational Science will provide students who already have expertise in science and engineering with skills they can use to complete computationally based projects More Summer Institute A two week summer camp for Ohio s brightest high school freshmen and sophomores Participants experience the dynamic fields of high performance computing and network firsthand Ohio Supercomputer Center employs a faculty of experts in high performance computing HPC networking engineering and the sciences to teach students computing fundamentals such as programming language parallel processing techniques and visualization toolkits Sponsored by Ohio Supercomputer Center and The Ohio State University More Young Women s Summer Institute Young Women s Summer Institute YWSI is a week long program sponsored by Ohio Supercomputer Center for middle school girls in Ohio It is designed to promote computer math science and engineering skills as well as provide hands on experiences YWSI helps girls develop an interest in these subjects by allowing them to work on a practical interesting scientific problem using the latest computer technology More Computational Science Program for Ohio Community and Technical Colleges The Ralph Regula School of Computational

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  • Ohio Supercomputer Center Sitemap
    Events About OSC Media Kit OSC Media Contacts Staff Directory Visit OSC Supercomputing Support Networking Support About Us At A Glance Mission People and Committees Partners Careers Visit OSC Calendar of Events Tours Ohio Supercomputer Center Sitemap About OSC Applying for an OSC Account Contact Us Driving Directions to OSC Executive Director Facilities Governing Board Jobs at OSC Mailing Lists Management Team Media and Press Calendar of Events Media Kit Logos and Images OSC Headlines Press Releases by Date Press Releases by Subject Research Videos Staff Biographies Video Testimonials Mission Statement OSC Beavercreek People and Committees Production Advisory Committee Research Advisory Committee Privacy Policy Staff Directory Statewide Users Group SUG Meetings Members Membership Touring OSC Education Computational Chemistry Grid Educators Online Ohio Computational Science and Engineering Lecture Series The Ralph Regula School of Computational Science Summer Institute Training Workshops at OSC Young Women s Summer Institute Networking Academic Services Connecting Rural Ohio with Internet Technology CRO Contacts Initiatives Internet2 ITEC Ohio Network Research News Notices OARnet OARtech Ohio Broadband Council OBC Platform Lab Research Networking con t Support OSCnet TSIS Satellite Project Videoconferencing Wireless Research Advanced Technology Summit Analytics Archive Biomedical Sciences and Visualization Blue Collar Computing Computational Science Engineering

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  • OSC Staff Directory
    Mi Young Graduate Research Associate Martin Samuel 614 283 1706 Student Hahn Abigail 614 292 0902 Student HPC Operations Wohlever Kevin bio 614 247 2061 Director of Supercomputing Operations Johnson Doug 614 292 6286 Senior Systems Engineer Kyriacou Stelios 614 247 8343 Systems Engineer Li Lin 614 292 3916 Systems Engineer Brady Shaun 614 292 8985 Systems Specialist Breuler Paul 614 292 0888 Student Russell Aaron Student Research and Development Krishnamurthy Ashok bio 614 688 4803 Senior Director of Research Bitterman Thomas 614 292 6739 Senior Software Engineer Calyam Prasad bio 614 292 8107 Senior Systems Developer Engineer Carey Patricia 614 292 7127 Senior Systems Developer Engineer Dr Scott Brozell 614 726 4372 Senior Systems Developer Engineer Chalker Alan bio 614 247 8672 Client Engineering Director Franz Eric 614 292 9367 Systems Developer Engineer Eisenlohr John 614 292 0890 Systems Developer Engineer Gadepally Vijay 614 247 8678 Graduate Student Gregory Janet 614 292 8492 Grants Manager Hittle Bradley 614 292 1051 Research Software Engineer Hudak Dave bio 614 247 8670 Program Director for Cyberinfrastructure and Software Development Jiang Haodan 614 688 0987 Subject Matter Expert FEA Cai Da 614 313 5651 Volunteer Zhang Da 614 648 8856 Volunteer Kerwin Thomas 614 292 1051 Research Scientist Samsi Siddharth 614 247 8174 Computational Science Researcher Shah Michael 614 292 1051 Student Smith Ben 614 247 8679 Graduate Student Stredney Don bio 614 292 8447 Director Interface Lab Chun Ming Chen 614 364 4424 Graduate Research Assistant Bibyk Daniel 614 446 5586 Intern Tomko Karen 614 292 1091 Senior Researcher in Computer Science Wahl Ed 614 292 9302 Senior Systems Developer Engineer Wang Summer 614 688 0993 Subject Matter Expert Smith Harrison Research Development Chidambarnathan Yogesh Graduate Research Associate Dhanapalan Manojprasadh 614 292 6066 Graduate Research Associate Saanthalingam Karthik 614 477 5689 Graduate Research Associate Sanghvi Niraj 614 285 7033 Graduate Research Associate Kumarasamy Lakshmi 614 377 1900 Graduate Research Assistant Lee Changpil 614 805 3682 Contractor Berry Jeffrey 614 247 8679 Contractor Ngo Tien D 614 805 3682 Student Developer Pu Jialu 614 377 2142 Student Gopalakrishnan Aravind Student Rajagopalan Sudharsan Student Ohio Technology Consortium OH TECH Staff Administration Planning and Facilities Sattler Dwayne bio 614 292 2207 Associate Vice President for Policy sattler 29 osu edu Flickinger Linda 614 292 6082 Policy and Grants Manager Evans Gwen 614 247 4473 Director Special Projects Rader James 614 247 5607 Facilities Manager Godt Donovan Student Reidenbach Michael Student Vakil Adit Student Business Office Costa Justin 614 247 5607 Business Office Manager Dillon Troy 614 292 9381 Accountant Harrison Hope 614 292 3615 Accountant Minger Debra 614 292 0667 Senior Financial Analyst Wade Rosemary 614 292 9245 Senior Accountant Human Resources White Drew 614 292 2318 Human Resources Administrator Outreach Abel Jamie 614 292 6495 Communications Director MacConnell Ian 614 292 9319 Creative Director Mantey Susan 614 292 9457 Outreach Manager Fahey Chris 614 247 7099 Student Wilson Steven 614 247 7099 Student Ahmed Raquib 614 247 4319 Graphic Design Student Jameson Keener 614

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  • Supercomputing Support
    Regula School of Computational Science BALE Interface Lab Supercomputing Support Toll Free 800 686 6472 Local 614 292 1800 Email oschelp osc edu 1224 Kinnear Road Columbus OH 43212 Hours of Operation 9 a m Noon and 1 p m 5 p m Monday through Friday except on OSU holidays The OSC Help service of the Ohio Supercomputer Center consists of technical support and consulting services for OSC s high performance computing resources Members of OSC s Science and Technology Support group staff the Help service Before contacting OSC Help please check to see if your question is answered in either the FAQ list or the computing pages on http www osc edu supercomputing Many of the questions asked by both new and experienced OSC users are answered in these web pages To have your problem analyzed you must provide the OSC Help consultants the following minimum Your name and userid On which systems Glenn cluster BALE cluster you are experiencing problems A description of the problem you re experiencing Which language or application you re using if applicable A job id number from PBS if applicable Do not send your password to OSChelp or to anyone by e mail Other information and files which are often helpful to the consultants if available and not too big i e under 200 lines or so include Input files Job scripts and output Compiler messages and or listings Source code fragments Things you ve tried to do to fix or work around the problem Please cut and paste these verbatim rather than trying to summarize or paraphrase them It is also better to provide too much information rather than too little although multi megabyte messages are strongly discouraged If you e mail OSC Help the location of a file set the permissions

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