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Ramiro Marco Figuera
In this Master Thesis an analysis of illumination conditions at the lunar south pole using parallel computing techniques is presented. Due to the small inclination (1.54o) of the lunar rotational axis with respect to the ecliptic plane and the topography of the lunar south pole, which allows long illumination periods, the study of illumination conditions […]
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Paul Harvey, Saji Hameed, Wim Vanderbauwhede
FLEXPART is a popular simulator that models the transport and diffusion of air pollutants, based on the Lagrangian approach. It is capable of regional and global simulation and supports both forward and backward runs. A complex model like this contains many calculations suitable for parallelisation. Recently, a GPU-accelerated version of the simulator (FLEXCPP) has been […]
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Matthew C. Overby
Urban form modifies the microclimate and may trap in heat and pollutants. This causes a rise of energy demands to heat and cool building interiors. Mitigating these effects is a growing concern due to the increasing urbanization of major cities. Researchers, urban planners, and city architects rely on sophisticated simulations to investigate how to reduce […]
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Sagar Shrishailappa Masuti, Sylvain Barbot, Nachiket Kapre
Effective utilization of GPU processing capacity for scientific workloads is often limited by memory throughput and PCIe communication transfer times. This is particularly true for semi-analytic Fourier-domain computations in earthquake modeling (Relax) where operations on large-scale 3D data structures can require moving large volumes of data from storage to the compute in predictable but orthogonal […]
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Michael J. Iacono, David Berthiaume
Radiative transfer (RT) calculations are among the most computationally expensive components of global and regional weather and climate models, and radiation codes are therefore ideal candidates for applying techniques to improve the overall efficiency of such models. In many general circulation models (GCMs), a physically based radiation calculation can require as much as 30-50 percent […]
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Min Xue, Shannon Zelinski
In terminal airspace, integrating arrivals and departures with shared waypoints provides the potential of improving operational efficiency by allowing direct routes when possible. Incorporating stochastic evaluation as a post-analysis process of deterministic optimization, and imposing a safety buffer in deterministic optimization, are two ways to learn and alleviate the impact of uncertainty and to avoid […]
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Mattia Natali, Julius Parulek, Daniel Patel
In this paper, we propose new methods for building geological illustrations and animations. We focus on allowing geologists to create their subsurface models by means of sketches, to quickly communicate concepts and ideas rather than detailed information. The result of our sketch-based modelling approach is a layer-cake volume representing geological phenomena, where each layer is […]
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Victor Allombert, David Michea, Fabrice Dupros, Christian Bellier, Bernard Bourgine, Hideo Aochi, Sylvain Jubertie
Geostatistical methods provide a powerful tool to understand the complexity of data arising from Earth sciences. Since the mid 70’s, this numerical approach is widely used to understand the spatial variation of natural phenomena in various domains like Oil and Gas, Mining or Environmental Industries. Considering the huge amount of data available, standard implementations of […]
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Brian Adjetey Boye
Environmental problems and issues are not limited by artificial boundaries created by man. Usually there are different teams or individuals working on the catchments, estuaries, rivers and coastal basins in different countries using different parameters and formulations for various processes. However, the system is a natural one and as such no boundaries exist. When a […]
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P. Nolan, A. McKinstry
Climate change due to increasing anthropogenic greenhouse gases and land surface change is currently one of the most relevant environmental concerns. It threatens ecosystems and human societies. However, its impact on the economy and our living standards depends largely on our ability to anticipate its effects and take appropriate action. Earth System Models (ESMs), such […]
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Jason Tichy, Abel Brown, Michael Demoret, Benjamin Schilling, David Raleigh
By coupling a common approach to vector graphics, OpenGL, high-fidelity solar-radiation pressure (SRP) effects are calculated easily and quickly with the power of graphics processing units (GPUs). For some missions SRP is a significant perturbation and a consideration wherein a simplified plate model does not suffice. OpenGL is a set of commands that interact with […]
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Plamenka Borovska, Desislava Ivanova
The paper presents our experience in code optimization and performance analysis of software package NEMO on hybrid parallel computer systems with accelerators. NEMO Ocean is a software package for oceanology, simulating ocean gyres and sea-ice models. Code optimization and performance analysis are performed for the case study of NEMO ORCA2_LIM configuration. All experiments are conducted […]
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