USRC’s Dr. Laura Monroe attended The Platform for Advanced Scientific Computing (PASC) Conference where she presented at the session on Recent Advances in Resilience for Extreme Scale Computing. 

Dr. Monroe’s talk was entitled Inexact Computing and the Interface with Resilience.


USRC at DSN 2017

USRC’s Lissa Baseman, Dr. Li Tan, and Olena Tkachenko are at The 47th IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN 2017) where they are presenting on resilience and machine learning research at USRC.

Lissa Baseman presented in the Industry Track III: Dependability Data and Security the paper Automating DRAM Fault Mitigation By Learning From Experience.  USRC intern, Olena Tkachenko, provided much of the analysis for this work and the paper is in collaboration with AMD and Sandia National Laboratories.

Dr. Tan presented at the RADIANCE (International Workshop on Recent Advances in the DependabIlity AssessmeNt of Complex systEms).  His presentation was entitled RSVP: Soft Error Resilient Power Savings at Near-ThresholdVoltage using Register Vulnerability and was co-authored by other USRC members.


USRC Student Spotlight: Rollins College Summer Student Alexandra DeLucia


USRC LANL summer intern, Alexandra DeLucia, spent the summer of 2017 working with Lissa Baseman at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). DeLucia worked on machine learning and anomaly detection.

At LANL, Delucia did research on machine learning and anomaly detection, and applying those skills to automate error detection in high performance computers. Delucia says, “Rollins College courses and professors taught me the skills I need to be successful here at the lab! My next step is to either continue my research for an honor's thesis and possibly return to the lab after I graduate for a post-bacc.”

She was featured also on the Rollinscollege Instagram.


USRC at SIAM Annual Meeting 2017

USRC’s Dr. Qiang Guan attended and presented on the FSEFI fault injector at the SIAM 2017 Annual Meeting in Pittsburg, PA.  Qiang spoke at the Resilient Computation in Large Scale Scientific Computing – Part I of II session.

The talk was entitled DECAF-FSEFI: A Fine-grained, Accountable, Flexible, and Efficient Soft Error Injection Framework for Profiling Application Vulnerability (PFSEFI 2.0).

To see the slides from Dr. Guan's presentation click here


USRC Photos

Ultrascale Systems Research Center scientists.
2014 USRC Student Brian Atkinson of Clemson University and Coastal Carolina University, presenting his poster at the LANL HPC Student Mini-Symposium.
2014 USRC Student Adeboye Adejare of Rutgers University, presenting his poster at the LANL HPC Student Mini-Symposium.
2014 USRC student Brian Woods from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, presenting his poster at the LANL HPC Student Mini-Symposium.
2014 USRC student Michael Carlton from the University of Kentucky, presenting his poster at the LANL HPC Student Mini-Symposium.



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