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Research Posters @ HPCF

This page contains the list of projects that are using or have used the HPCF and research posters from the groups. We have another page that provides publications from these projects.

Poster Title People Poster
UMBC High Performance Computing Facility 2014 Matthias K. Gobbert, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Xuan Huang, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Samuel Khuvis, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Jonathan Graf, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Jack Slettebak, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Andrew Raim, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Using Nuclear Introns to Infer the Evolutionary History of the Understudied Australian Red Robins John Malloy, Department of Biological Sciences
Anna Kearns,Department of Biological Sciences
Matthias Gobbert, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Amy Driskell, Department of Biological Sciences
Kevin Omland, Department of Biological Sciences
Computational and theoretical approaches to understand the functional properties of enzymes at multiple scales: from molecular interactions to systems biology Ian F. Thorpe, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Brittny C. Davis, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Jodian Brown, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Ester Sesmero, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Nicole Carbonaro, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
UMBC Computational Photonics Laboratory R. Joseph Weiblen, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Shaokang Wang, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Yue Hu, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Curtis R. Menyuk, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Evaluation of green in frastructure using hydrologic modeling and high performance computing Claire Welty and Elvis Andino-Nolasco
Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education and Department of Chemical, Biochemical and Environmental Engineering
Long-time Simulation of Advection-Diffusion-Reaction System using FEM and FVM on Hybrid CPU/GPU Nodes Matthias K. Gobbert and Xuan Huang
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Discovering Portable Options through Automated Mapping Nicholay Topin, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Nicholas Haltmeyer, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Shawn Squire, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
John Winder, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
James MacGlashan
Marie desJardins, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Evaluation of Approximation of Fisher Information Matrix in Poisson Mixture Model using High Performance Computing Qing Ji, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Matthias K. Gobbert, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Nagaraj K. Neerchal, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
A three-dimensional integrated hydrologic model of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed using High Performance Computing Alimatou Seck, Claire Welty and Reed M. Maxwell
Center for Urban Environmental Research and Education and Department of Chemical, Biochemical and Environmental Engineering
Climate studies using 12+ years of AIRS radiances S. De Souza-Machado, Joint Center for Earth System Technology
L. L. Strow, Joint Center for Earth System Technology
A. Tangborn, Joint Center for Earth System Technology
C. Hepplewhite, Joint Center for Earth System Technology
H. Motteler, Joint Center for Earth System Technology
S. Buczkowski, Joint Center for Earth System Technology
P. Schou, Joint Center for Earth System Technology
Novel Statistical Methods for Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Thomas Mathew, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
S. Zhai, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
M. Flouri, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
I. Bebu, George Washington University
B. Egan, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Simulations of Spheromak Formation and Sustainment from Multi-pulse Helicity Injection C. A. Romero-Talamas, Department of Mechanical Engineering
J.B. O’Bryan, Department of Mechanical Engineering
S. Woodruff, Woodruff Scientific, Inc.
Mathematically Modeling Dynamics of Physiological Systems Bradford E. Peercy, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Big Data analytics for Cyber security: A case study in change detection for evolving networks Josephine Namayanja, Department of Information Systems
Akshay Grover, Department of Information Systems
Jay Gholap, Department of Information Systems
Vandana P. Janeja, Department of Information Systems
Efficient Multigrid Methods for Large-scale Optimization Problems Constrained by PDEs Andrei Draganescu, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Mona Hajghassem, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Jyoti Saraswat, Thomas More College
Ana Maria Soane, USNA
Speciation Reversal: The Case of the Common Raven Hayley Richardson, Department of Biological Sciences
Jin Ah Kim, Department of Biological Sciences
Anna Kearns, Department of Biological Sciences
Matthias Gobbert, Department of Mathematics and Statstics
Kevin Omland, Department of Biological Sciences
Numerical Investigation of Spheromak Formation Efficiency J.B. O’Bryan, Department of Mechanical Engineering
C. A. Romero-Talamas, Department of Mechanical Engineering
S. Woodruff, Woodruff Scientific, Inc.
Partial Differential Equations Numerical Solution FEM, MPI, OpenMP High Order Discrete, Non-Uniform grid, plots Jon Squire, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Graph 500 Performance on a Distributed-Memory Cluster REU Site: Interdisciplinary Program in High Performance Computing 2012
Jordan B. Angel, East Tennessee State University
Amy M. Flores, Grinnell College
Justine S. Heritage, Dickenson College
Nathaniel C. Wardrip, Saint Cloud State University
Graduate assistant: Andrew M. Raim
Faculty mentor: Matthias K. Gobbert, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Contention of Communications in Switched Networks with Applications to Parallel Sorting REU Site: Interdisciplinary Program in High Performance Computing 2013
Nil Mistry, University of Connecticut
Jordan Ramsey, UMBC
Benjamin Wiley, University of New Mexico
Jackie Yanchuck, Seton Hill University
Graduate assistant: Xuan Huang
Faculty mentor: Matthias K. Gobbert, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Pushing the Limits of the Maya Cluster REU Site: Interdisciplinary Program in High Performance Computing 2014
Adam Cunningham, UMBC
Gerald Payton, UMBC
Jack Slettebak, UMBC
Jordi Wolfson-Pou, UC Santa Cruz
Graduate assistants: Jonathan Graf, Xuan Huang, and Samuel Khuvis
Faculty mentor: Matthias K. Gobbert, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Multichannel EEG Compressive Sampling, Feature Extraction and Classification for Seizure Detection Ali Jafari, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Adam Page, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Tim Oates, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Tinoosh Mohsenin, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
An Investigation of the Failed Retrievals in the MODIS Cloud Product: Frequency and Potential Causes Hyoun-Myoung Cho, JCET
Zhibo Zhang, Department of Physics, JCET, and NASA Goddard
Steven Platnick, NASA Goddard
Matthew Lebsock, Department of Atmospheric Science, Colorado State University
Kerry Meyer, Department of Physics and Universities Space Research Association
UMBC High Performance Computing Facility 2015 Matthias K. Gobbert, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Xuan Huang, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Samuel Khuvis, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Jonathan Graf, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Jack Slettebak, Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
Andrew Raim, Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Impact of Above Cloud Aerosol on the Angular Distribution Pattern of Cloud Bidirectional Reflectance and Implication for Above Cloud Aerosol Direct Radiative Effect Roy Prouty, UMBC Atmospheric Physics, JCET
Zhibo Zhang, UMBC Atmospheric Physics, JCET
Hongbin Yu, UMD
Kerry Meyer, USRA

∗ UMBC is assumed as the hosting institution of each individual, unless otherwise mentioned