October 25th: Keynote and Product Areas Presentations
October 26th: Applications Session
October 27th: Developers Session
Hybrid Meeting: CSRI, 1450 Innovation Parkway SE, Albuquerque, NM 87123
Contact: Phyllis Rutka
Contact: Curtis Ober
The Trilinos Project is an effort to develop algorithms and enabling technologies within an object-oriented software framework for the solution of large-scale, complex multi-physics engineering and scientific problems. A unique design feature of Trilinos is its focus on packages. Full details of Trilinos and links to package websites can be found at the Trilinos home page.
TUG 2022 will be held in-person and virtually hosted by Sandia National Labs. The goal of the annual meeting is to facilitate communication between Trilinos users, stakeholders and developers.
Although this meeting will be hybrid (i.e., attend in-person at Sandia or online via MS Teams), we are encouraging everyone to come and join us in Albuquerque, New Mexico and get (re-) acquainted to the Trilinos community.
There is no registration fee for attendance; however, registration is required for our reporting purposes. Registration may be submitted through October 24, 2022. Registration form will be added soon. Please send the completed registration form to Phyllis Rutka. After registration, attendees will receive an invite for the meetings. Please do not forward the invite as registration is needed to attend.
Unregistered attendees will be removed from the meeting and asked to complete the registration form.
Sandians need to register, as it will help with monitoring attendance, and the reporting requirements for this meeting.
If you are planning on attending virtually, please make sure you register for the day(s) you plan to join us by Oct. 24th. The sooner the better!
- If you are a non-Sandian and a non-US citizen, you will need to
register by Oct. 12th. Otherwise, you will need to join us
- We will send you additionally information on what is needed for you to attend, so please do not delay.
- Please note that approval for some countries may take too long, and you may need to attend virtually.
- If you are a non-Sandian and a US citizen, please fill out the
registration by Oct. 21st. Otherwise, you will need to join us
- This will allow us time to complete the necessary paperwork to get you badged and able to gain entrance to CSRI.
- If you are a Sandian and a non-US citizen, please make sure Building CSRI is included on your FNRSP, and your registration reflects your in-person status. Again by Oct. 24th
- If you are a Sandian and a US citizen, please fill out the registration form by Oct. 24th. Again, sooner would help us in the planning!
Complex simulations with the deal.II open source software, and how we use Trilinos for that: Wolfgang Bangerth (Colorado State University)
All times in Mountain Daylight Time (MDT) Denver, U.S. (UTC-06:00).
Tuesday, October 25th
|8:00||Welcome (C. Ober)|
|8:15||Keynote - Complex simulations with the deal.II open source software, and how we use Trilinos for that Wolfgang Bangerth (Colorado State University)|
|Presentations and Updates from Trilinos Product Areas|
|Trilinos Framework Update (Ober, J. Willenbring, E. Harvey, W. Burgess)|
|Overview of GenConfig (E. Harvey, J. Braun, J. Willenbring)|
|Tpetra in FY23 (C. Siefert)|
|Kokkos Ecosystem 4.0 Update (Nathan Ellingwood)|
|Trilinos Discretizations Product Update (M. Perego)|
|Discretizations: Intrepid2 Update (N. Roberts)|
|Solvers Update (S. Rajamanickam)|
|Nonlinear Analysis Product Area Update (R. Pawlowski)|
|11:45||GEMMA Electromagnetic Code and ADELUS - New Capabilities (J. Kotulski, V. Dang )|
Wednesday, October 26th
|8:00||Welcome (C. Ober)|
|8:15||CFD Simulations with Panzer (R. Glasby, S. Hamilton, S. Slattery) (ORNL)|
|8:45||Sierra Thermal Fluids (J. Clausen)|
|9:15||Ice Sheet Modeling with MALI (M. Perego, J. Watkins)|
|9:45||The ALEGRA Finite Element Code and Trilinos (T. Fuller)|
|10:30||E4S (S. Shende) (U. of Oregon)|
|11:00||Revolutionary Speedups in SIERRA Structural Dynamics Enhance Mission Impact (J. Vo)|
|11:30||Adjoint Sensitivities and Calibration of Hypersonic Flow Problems in SPARC (E. Phipps, P. Blonigan, K. Maupin, J. Ray)|
|12:00||Extreme-scale Electromagnetics for Design and Control of Metamaterials (K. DiPietro, T. Wildey, D. Ridzal)|
|12:30||Physics based block preconditioning with sparse approximate inverses in MueLu: An application to beam/solid interaction (M. Firmbach, A. Popp, M. Mayr) (U. of the Bundeswehr Munich)|
Thursday October 27th
|8:00||Welcome (C. Ober)|
|8:00||Update on the CMake modernization effort (R. Bartlett)|
|8:25||CDash query tutorial for triaging systemic Trilinos PR build and test failures (R. Bartlett)|
|8:50||Performance Testing talk (J. Hu, G. Danielson, B. Kelley, E. Ridgway)|
|9:15||Higher-order geometric-algebraic multigrid (C. Glusa)|
|9:55||PyTrilinos Reboot (K. Liegeois, C. Glusa)|
|10:20||Trilinos and Machine Learning (C. Siefert)|
|12:00||Future Tools (Moderator: J. Willenbring)|
|Spack-CM / Test Beds - J. Frye|
|Spack Driven Software Development and Spack-Manager - P. Sakievich|
|ASC DevOps Initiative: ASC Unified Environment and Trilinos - S. Warnock|
|E4S Containers - S. Shende|
|1:30||Trilinos Usability and Documentation Discussion (J. Loe)|
|2:30||Developer Open Discussion (Only discussed the first three.)|