General Lab Information

Motivation

Over the years, this workshop has provided a forum for educating and growing the modeling and simulation (ModSim) research community. In addition to closely surveying the current state of the art, the ModSim workshop has addressed areas that have been crucial to expanding ModSim-related research, including examining relevant system architecture trends, co-design implications, new tools and technologies, and even the impact of exascale, to name a few. This year, we look forward to engaging the still-growing community as we assess Reflections on ModSim: Successes, Failures, and the Future

This ModSim 2022 Workshop is not open to the public. To be eligible to attend, all participants must register online by July 15, 2022. For questions or assistance with registering, please contact the Workshop Coordinator.

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Organizing Committee

Adolfy Hoisie (BNL, Chair)
Shekhar Borkar (Qualcomm)
Pradip Bose (IBM)
Bruce Childers (U. of Pittsburgh)
Dan Ernst (Microsoft)
Patricia Foy (BNL)
Lizy John (U. of Texas, Austin)
Hyesoon Kim (Georgia Tech)
Jason Lowe-Power (UC Davis)
Charity Plata (BNL)
Martin Schulz (Technical U. of Munich)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)

Our Sponsors

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Steering Committee

Rich Carlson (DOE/SC)
Almadena Chtchelkanova (NSF)
Bill Harrod (IARPA)
Robert Hoekstra (Sandia, & Representing NNSA)
Adolfy Hoisie (Chair of the Organizing Committee)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)

Accommodations

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Important Dates

March 22, 2022 Registration opens
July 15, 2022 Registration closes
July 15, 2022 Additional guest registration for non-U.S. citizens closes

Workshop Information

Past Workshops

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