Session

12.09.2017     14:10–16:10

Title:
MS35
Implementation aspects of reusable and efficient software and algorithms • Part I
Type:
Subsurface models (cryoshpere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, pedoshpere)
Room:

The predictive power of simulation techniques has become a valuable contribution to many fields of science – including geosciences – and researchers have designed powerful methods for many kinds of problems in the last decades. Two crucial points can be identified for the implementation of these methods:i) Reuseable implementations are the key factor for decreasing developing times for different scenarios in terms of "time to implementation". Proper software design techniques have to be applied.ii) Performance is especially important for very complex problems. Software has to be able to use the power of today's supercomputers without wasting their resources. This requires in-depth knowledge of hardware aspects.The aim of this minisymposium is to give researchers the chance to present their implementation ideas about reusable and high-performance software, algorithms and packages and to create a base for fruitful discussions about future directions.

12.09.2017
14:10–16:10

Title:
MS35
Implementation aspects of reusable and efficient software and algorithms • Part I
Type:
Subsurface models (cryoshpere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, pedoshpere)
Room:

The predictive power of simulation techniques has become a valuable contribution to many fields of science – including geosciences – and researchers have designed powerful methods for many kinds of problems in the last decades. Two crucial points can be identified for the implementation of these methods:i) Reuseable implementations are the key factor for decreasing developing times for different scenarios in terms of "time to implementation". Proper software design techniques have to be applied.ii) Performance is especially important for very complex problems. Software has to be able to use the power of today's supercomputers without wasting their resources. This requires in-depth knowledge of hardware aspects.The aim of this minisymposium is to give researchers the chance to present their implementation ideas about reusable and high-performance software, algorithms and packages and to create a base for fruitful discussions about future directions.


14:10–14:30
O180 Richy: A C++ finite element solver
Tobias Elbinger (Erlangen/DE)


14:30–14:50
O181 MRST - an open-source framework for rapid prototyping in subsurface modelling
Knut-Andreas Lie (Oslo/NO)


14:50–15:10
O182 Nonlinear solvers in OPM flow
Atgeirr Rasmussen (Oslo/NO)


15:10–15:30
O183 Dumux: Using DUNE and facilitating the addition of new modeling capabilities 
Bernd Flemisch (Stuttgart/DE)


15:30–15:50
O184 Parallel preconditioners for iterative solvers within fully implicit blackoil simulators
Markus Blatt (Heidelberg/DE)