[Halld-offline] Fwd: NP-ASCR Planning workshop-heads up

Mark Ito marki at jlab.org
Tue Apr 19 14:14:20 EDT 2016

 From Amber Boehnlein, FYI.

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Subject: 	NP-ASCR Planning workshop-heads up
Date: 	Sun, 17 Apr 2016 22:24:51 -0400
From: 	Amber Boehnlein <amber at jlab.org>
To: 	Markus Diefenthaler <mdiefent at jlab.org>, Heyes Graham 
<heyes at jlab.org>, Maurizio Ungaro <ungaro at jlab.org>, Ole Hansen 
<ole at jlab.org>, Robert Michaels <rom at jlab.org>, Harut Avagyan 
<avakian at jlab.org>, Veronique Ziegler <ziegler at jlab.org>, Gagik Gavalian 
<gavalian at jlab.org>, Brad Sawatzky <brads at jlab.org>, Stephen Wood 
<saw at jlab.org>, David Lawrence <davidl at jlab.org>, Mark Ito 
<marki at jlab.org>, Yves Roblin <roblin at jlab.org>, Rik Yoshida 
<ryoshida at anl.gov>
CC: 	Rachel Harris <harris at jlab.org>, Richard Jones 
<richard.t.jones at uconn.edu>, Robert Edwards <edwards at jlab.org>, Chip 
Watson <watson at jlab.org>, Rocco Schiavilla <schiavil at jlab.org>, Rolf Ent 
<ent at jlab.org>, Patrizia Rossi <rossi at jlab.org>, Andy Kowalski 
<kowalski at jlab.org>, Kari Heffner <heffner at jlab.org>, Haiyan Gao 
<gao at phy.duke.edu>

Dear All—

In mid-June 2016, there will be a planning meeting for the Office of 
Nuclear Physics, joint with the Office of Advanced Scientific Computing 
Research on computing in the exascale era.

There are 5 sub-panels—Hot QCD, Cold QCD, Nuclear Astro-Physics, Nuclear 
Structure and Experimental Nuclear Physics. Each sub panel has roughly 
ten people. The experimental sub panel has four co-leads of which I am one.

The experimental sub-panel will cover considerable ground. As a note 
esp. for Yves—Accelerator modeling is ‘experimental’ for the purposes of 
this exercise. While the ASCR perspective is long range planning towards 
exascale class machines and the traditional applications (hence the 
focus on theory), NP would like broader consideration including some 
information on local resources to support the current and future program 
and issues that could be broadly classified as the software ecosystem, 
from now until 2030 and finally, what we expect in terms of 
evolution—after all, if there are exascale class systems in 2025 at the 
leadership classes facilities, there will be petascale class local 
resources, which could have some fundamental implications.

Drafts of white papers are due on May 13 so we will have a meeting 
during the week of April 25 to get the formal requirements gathering 
started. With our recent workshop, we do have a bit of a head start. The 
meeting is open to anyone who is interested, so please forward and 
inform as needed especially to users.

Included on the Experimental SubPanel is Richard Jones who will be 
broadly covering issues associated with detector simulations and Graham 
Heyes who will covering DAQ/trigger. Others are involved from the Theory 
side and are copied.

Thanks, Amber

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