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2021

Date: October 5–8, 2021

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 Modeling and Simulation in the Artificial Intelligence Era.

Workshop Agenda

Organizing Committee

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

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)

Speaker Presentations

Rapid Fire: Contributing Presentations

Workshop Venue

This workshop will be held as an interactive virtual event.

UPDATE (Aug. 10, 2021): Due to ongoing travel considerations and public health and safety concerns posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the ModSim Committee has decided to host the 2021 workshop virtually. The virtual workshop will span four days, beginning on Tuesday, October 05 through Friday, October 08, 2021. Each day will begin at 8:00 AM PDT. Once complete, the final ModSim 2021 agenda will be posted online. We look forward to welcoming all speakers, presenters, and attendees to virtual ModSim 2021.

Our Sponsors

sponsers

Event ID: 42333
Workshop website hosted and maintained by Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL).

2020

Date: Wednesday, August 12, 2020

The ModSim 2020 Organizing Committee would like to thank all of the speakers, participants, and attendees for joining us at this first-ever virtual version of Workshop on Modeling & Simulation of Systems and Applications. We appreciate everyone’s efforts to support and grow our research community and look forward to seeing you again (in person) next year.

Keynote Speaker

photo of Margaret Martonosi

Margaret Martonosi

US National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Assistant Director for Computer and information Science and Engineering (CISE)

Presenting: Computer Systems Research and Design in the Post-Moore Era: Navigating the Seismic Shift

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 Modeling and Simulation in the Artificial Intelligence Era.

Workshop Agenda

Organizing Committee

Adolfy Hoisie (BNL, Chair)
Shekhar Borkar (Qualcomm)
Pradip Bose (IBM)
Bruce Childers (University of Pittsburgh)
Dan Ernst (HPE)
Patricia Foy (BNL)
Bruce Jacob (University of Maryland)

Hyesoon Kim (Georgia Tech)
Jason Lowe-Power (UC Davis)
Bob Mrosky (University of Maryland)
Scott Pakin (LANL)
Charity Plata (BNL)
Martin Schulz (Technical University of Munich)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)

Steering Committee

Rich Carlson (DOE/SC)
Almadena Chtchelkanova (NSF)
Bill Harrod (IARPA)

Robert Hoekstra (Sandia)
Adolfy Hoisie (BNL)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)

Workshop Venue

This workshop will be held as an interactive virtual event.

The ModSim 2020: Workshop on Modeling & Simulation of Systems and Applications initially scheduled for August 12-14, 2020 in Seattle, Washington, now will be hosted as a "virtual" event. The ModSim Committee has made the decision due to the wide-spread travel and gathering restrictions, and prevalent health and safety concerns during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The virtual workshop will be a  half-day event on Wednesday, August 12, 2020. The formal agenda and schedule will be posted shortly. Please note that ModSim 2020 remains a "invitation-only" event. However, the ModSim Committee will consider extending invitations to colleagues in the community by request. Anyone interested in attending or inviting a colleague to the virtual workshop should contact Logistics Coordinator, Patricia Foy at pfoy@bnl.gov.

Our Sponsors

sponsers

Event ID: 41489
Workshop website hosted and maintained by Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL).

2019

Date: August 14, 2019–August 16, 2020

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 Modeling and Simulation in the Artificial Intelligence Era.

Workshop Agenda

Organizing Committee

Adolfy Hoisie (BNL, Chair)
Shekhar Borkar (Qualcomm)
Pradip Bose (IBM)
Rich Carlson (DOE/SC)
Laura Carrington (SDSC)
Bruce Childers (University of Pittsburgh)
Dan Ernst (Cray)
Patricia Foy (BNL)
Robert Hoekstra (Sandia)
Bruce Jacob (University of Maryland)
Jason Lowe-Power (UC Davis)
Bob Mrosky (University of Maryland)
Scott Pakin (LANL)
Charity Plata (BNL)
Martin Schulz (Technical University of Munich)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)
Sudhakar Yalamanchili (Georgia Tech)

Steering Committee

Rich Carlson (DOE/SC)
Almadena Chtchelkanova (NSF)
Bill Harrod (IARPA)
Robert Hoekstra (NNSA)
Adolfy Hoisie (BNL)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)

Speaker Presentations

Workshop Venue

University of Washington Botanic Gardens - Center for Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st Street
Seattle, WA 98195 USA

Our Sponsors

sponsers

Event ID: 39646
Workshop website hosted and maintained by Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL).

2018

Date: August 15–17, 2018

Motivation

Over the past several years, this workshop has contributed to the expansion of the modeling and simulation (ModSim) research community by providing a close forum for analyzing how ModSim methods can impact applications and systems evolution. We look forward to engaging the still-growing community as we assess how far we have come and examine the road ahead for ModSim research and development.

Workshop Agenda

Organizing Committee

Adolfy Hoisie (BNL, Chair)
Pradip Bose (IBM)
Rich Carlson (DOE/SC)
Laura Carrington (SDSC)
Bruce Childers (University of Pittsburgh)
Bruce Jacob (University of Maryland)
Scott Pakin (LANL)
Charity Plata (PNNL)
Bob Mrosky (University of Maryland)
Martin Schulz (Technical University of Munich)
Shekhar Borkar (Qualcomm)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)
Sudhakar Yalamanchili (Georgia Tech)

Steering Committee

Rich Carlson (DOE/SC)
Almadena Chtchelkanova (NSF)
Robert Hoekstra (NNSA)
Adolfy Hoisie (BNL)
Noel Wheeler (DoD)

Workshop Venue

University of Washington Botanic Gardens - Center for Urban Horticulture
3501 NE 41st Street
Seattle, WA 98195 USA

Event ID: 37925
Workshop website hosted and maintained by Brookhaven National Laboratory (BNL).

2012-2017

Workshop websites hosted and maintained by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL).