Anke Kamrath, M.S.The TeraGrid article Supercomputing On Demand: SDSC Supports Event-Driven Science said
SDSC has introduced OnDemand, a new supercomputing resource that will support event-driven science.
“This is the first time that an allocated National Science Foundation (NSF) TeraGrid supercomputing resource will support on-demand users for urgent science applications”, said Anke Kamrath, director of User Services at SDSC. “In opening this new computing paradigm we?e had to develop novel ways of handling this type of allocation as well as scheduling and job handling procedures.”
Anke Kamrath, M.S. is the director of the San Diego Computer
Center (SDCS) for user services and development as
well as the director of the Network for Earthquake Engineering
Simulation’s Cyberinfrastructure Center. Otherwise known as NEESit,
this group works to advance the state of earthquake engineering in
research and in practice. The NEESit team develops and supports an
extensive information technology infrastructure for earthquake
scientists and researchers. Anke earned her M.S. in Mechanical
Engineering from UC Berkeley. “I was a ‘real engineer’ (actually rocket
scientist) for a couple of years before transitioning to the
computationally-oriented environment at SDSC.”
Anke coauthored Benchmarking and optimization of scientific codes on the CRAY X-MP, CRAY-2, and SCS-40 vector computers, Tsunami Reconnaissance Data Repository, and Scientific visualization techniques applied to water quality and transport.
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