“Engility contributes to HPC missions ranging from space and defense systems to next-generation weather prediction to gene-based drug research,” Engility Federal Civilian Business Senior Vice President Kirk Dye said. “Our team of renowned experts and technologists drive rapid advancements in high-performance computing for our customers’ most complex big data challenges.”
Posters display cutting-edge HPC research, and this year, Engility authored or contributed to six of the 112 posters to be featured at the event. According to SC organizers, only 65 percent of submissions were accepted.
The Engility-supported posters on display will be:
- HPC Enabled Data Analytics for High-Throughput High-Content Cellular Analysis
- Improved Global Weather Prediction with GFDL’s FV3 Dynamical Core
- On the Path to the Holy Grail: Predicting Onset of System Failure with Log Files
- Optimizing Turbomachinery CFD Applications for Modern Multi-Core and Accelerator HPC Systems
- Extreme Fidelity Computational Electromagnetic Analysis in the Supercomputer Era
- Performance Engineering FUN3D at Scale with TAU Commander
Engility againe sponsored the conference’s Poster Reception, which was held Nov. 15. Last year, Engility was the lead author of SC15’s best technical poster, which was selected from a pool of more than 150 submissions.
This year, Engility is also sponsoring the poster submission and conference participation of Karthik Senthilvel, a Virginia Tech student and former Engility intern who supported research on predictive analytics on failure prediction and optimization of HPC environments.
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