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Education Plan Lab Interactions Jayathi Murthy Purdue University. 1. Education Plan. Objective : Significantly increase literacy/interest of US students in modeling and high-performance computing. Undergraduate: Freshmen-level introductory course on modeling and simulation (ENG103) ‏

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Education plan lab interactions jayathi murthy purdue university

Education PlanLab InteractionsJayathi MurthyPurdue University

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Education plan
Education Plan

Objective: Significantly increase literacy/interest of US students in modeling and high-performance computing.

  • Undergraduate:

    • Freshmen-level introductory course on modeling and simulation (ENG103)‏

    • Undergraduate research (SURF)‏

    • Advanced technical electives

  • Graduate:

    • Advanced courses on predictive modeling and simulation

    • Research workshops

    • Seminar series

    • Short courses on HPC, programming

Upcoming HPC Workshop

September 2008

  • Introduction to HPC

  • Fundamentals of

    parallel processing

  • MPI

  • Hands-on exercises

    using LAMMPS

  • Guest lectures


Network for computational nanotechnology ncn
Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN)

  • $30M NSF-funded center (since 2002)

  • Key NCN participants on PRISM team: Aluru, Murthy, McLennan, Strachan, Koslowski

  • Over 760 resources: online simulation tools, courses, presentations, learning modules, podcasts, animations, online meetings

  • Over 380 contributors from 180 countries

  • Over 26,000 total users that includes over 5,900 simulation users

http://www.nanohub.org


New hubs online
New Hubs Online

IndianaCTSI.org – Anantha Shekhar, IUPUIclinical and translational research in healthcareonline since 10/1/2007 with 1,434 visitors

thermalHUB.org – Tim Fisher, ME Purdueheat transferonline since 12/6/2007 with 4,029 visitors

pharmaHUB.org – Rex Reklaitis, ChE Purduepharmaceutical product development and manufacturingonline since 12/11/2007 with 1,411 visitors

GlobalHUB.org – Dan Hirleman, ME Purdueglobal engineering educationonline since 12/17/2007 with 686 visitors

manufacturingHUB.org – John Sullivan, Purdue DPadvanced manufacturing techniquesonline since 5/30/2008

cceHUB.org – Marietta Harrison, Purdue DPcancer care engineeringonline since 6/11/2008

memsHUB

cseHUB?


Computational science and engineering cs e
Computational Science and Engineering (CS&E)

  • Interdisciplinary graduate specialization program started in 1995

  • Over 50 MS and PhD students and 137 faculty in 2007 including 6 PRISM members

  • 14 core courses in HPC architectures, parallel algorithms, programming, and visualization

  • Over 60 relevant CSE courses in disciplines ranging from computational biology to nuclear engineering

  • Require all PRISM graduate students to take specialization

  • Enrich program with more topical courses

https://engineering.purdue.edu/CSE


Summer undergraduate research fellowship surf
Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)

  • NSF, NIST and industry funded since 2003

  • Summer and year-round paid research:

    • 186 SURF students in 2007

    • 112 faculty across 21 Engineering and Science

  • Pathway to advanced degrees in STEM:

    • Over 50% of SURF students apply to grad schools


Interactions with labs
Interactions with Labs

  • Collaborations in critical areas

    • Validation data generation, sample fabrication

    • LAMMPS development

    • Linear solver development (PetSC)

    • Summer students

  • Joint participation in short courses, workshops, seminar series

  • Thesis committees

  • Sabbaticals (Purdue Labs)


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