ALCF Developer Session Feb. 28: Aurora’s Exascale Compute Blade

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On Wednesday, Feb. 28, the Argonne Leadership Computing Facility will hold a webinar from 11 am-noon CT on the compute blade of the Aurora exascale supercomputer.

Registration for the event can be found here.

Led by ALCF’s Servesh Muralidharan, the session will cover details of the blade’s components, and the flow of data between them, to help application developers maximize code performance on the architecture.

Muralidharan works in the Performance Engineering team focusing on Aurora deployment at ALCF. His research interests include performance characterization and features exploration of modern many core architectures and how they could help improve overall compute efficiency. He previously worked as a Senior Fellow at CERN IT department. His work involved investigating performance optimizations suitable for HEP computations performed by the various experiments at CERN. Dr. Muralidharan completed his PhD in computer science from Trinity College Dublin in 2015 followed by a Postdoc at ICHEC, Ireland’s national supercomputing center before starting his fellowship at CERN.