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Programming Models and Languages
Programming models and languages are essential for expressing our computational problems in ways that take best advantage of the massive capability of current and future computers at LLNL. Our research efforts extend and improve existing programming models, such as OpenMP and MPI. Using tools like the ROSE compiler technology and Babel, we’re researching new ways to transform, analyze, optimize, combine, and interoperate languages. View content related to Programming Models and Languages.
In the early hours of the morning on July 15, 2016, participants from around the Lab began to gather to continue their projects on the second day of Computation’s summer hackathon.
Lawrence Livermore’s 2016 spring hackathon saw an all-time high of 68 people participate and matched last year’s spring high of 39 different projects.
On November 12 and 13, staff members from nearly every division of the Computation Directorate turned out for the fall hackathon, held at the High Performance Computing Innovation Center on the Livermore Valley Open Campus.
Computation’s spring Hackathon, held March 5 and 6 at the High Performance Computing Innovation Center, saw one of the biggest turnouts thus far, with 65 participants.
Computation’s latest 24-hour brainstorming session, known as a hackathon, drew 60 participants, both first timers and veterans.
Jeene Villanueva develops enterprise modeling tools that help DOE decision makers gain insight into the challenging problems faced by the U.S. nuclear weapons complex.
Computing’s popular ShipIt Day events (also known as hackathons) are held several times a year.