Christian Trott
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Kokkos: Enabling manycore performance portability through polymorphic memory access patterns
HC Edwards, CR Trott, D Sunderland
Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing 74 (12), 3202-3216, 2014
5762014
Spectral neighbor analysis method for automated generation of quantum-accurate interatomic potentials
AP Thompson, LP Swiler, CR Trott, SM Foiles, GJ Tucker
Journal of Computational Physics 285, 316-330, 2015
3032015
Kokkos: Enabling performance portability across manycore architectures
HC Edwards, CR Trott
Extreme Scaling Workshop (XSW), 2013, 18-24, 2013
832013
The development of Mellanox/NVIDIA GPUDirect over InfiniBand—a new model for GPU to GPU communications
G Shainer, A Ayoub, P Lui, T Liu, M Kagan, CR Trott, G Scantlen, ...
Computer Science-Research and Development 26 (3-4), 267-273, 2011
742011
Mixed Barrier Model for the Mixed Glass Former Effect in Ion Conducting Glasses
M Schuch, CR Müller, P Maass, SW Martin
Physical review letters 102 (14), 145902, 2009
572009
Comparison of ion sites and diffusion paths in glasses obtained by molecular dynamics simulations and bond valence analysis
C Müller, E Zienicke, S Adams, J Habasaki, P Maass
Physical Review B 75 (1), 014203, 2007
442007
Performance-Portable Sparse Matrix-Matrix Multiplication for Many-Core Architectures
M Deveci, C Trott, S Rajamanickam
Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium Workshops (IPDPSW), 2017 IEEE …, 2017
412017
Multi-threaded Sparse Matrix-Matrix Multiplication for Many-Core and GPU Architectures
M Deveci, C Trott, S Rajamanickam
arXiv preprint arXiv:1801.03065, 2018
352018
Investigation of the Structures of Sodium Borophosphate Glasses by Reverse Monte Carlo Modeling to Examine the Origins of the Mixed Glass Former Effect
M Schuch, R Christensen, C Trott, P Maass, SW Martin
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 116 (1), 1503-1511, 2011
332011
Network forming units in alkali borate and borophosphate glasses and the mixed glass former effect
M Schuch, C Trott, P Maass
RSC Advances 1 (7), 1370-1382, 2011
312011
General-purpose molecular dynamics simulations on GPU-based clusters
CR Trott, L Winterfeld, PS Crozier
arXiv preprint arXiv:1009.4330, 2010
232010
LAMMPSCUDA-a new GPU accelerated Molecular Dynamics Simulations Package and its Application to Ion-Conducting Glasses
CR Trott
Technische Universität Ilmenau, 2011
202011
Reverse Monte Carlo modeling of ion conducting network glasses: An evaluation based on molecular dynamics simulations
CR Müller, V Kathriarachchi, M Schuch, P Maass, VG Petkov
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 12 (35), 10444-10451, 2010
202010
SNAP: Strong scaling high fidelity molecular dynamics simulations on leadership-class computing platforms
CR Trott, SD Hammond, AP Thompson
International Supercomputing Conference, 19-34, 2014
182014
ASC Tri-lab Co-design Level 2 Milestone Report 2015
R Hornung, H Jones, J Keasler, R Neely, O Pearce, S Hammond, C Trott, ...
Lawrence Livermore National Lab.(LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States), 2015
132015
Molecular dynamics simulations of clathrate hydrates on specialised hardware platforms
N Varini, NJ English, CR Trott
Energies 5 (9), 3526-3533, 2012
132012
Evaluating the feasibility of using memory content similarity to improve system resilience
S Levy, PG Bridges, KB Ferreira, AP Thompson, C Trott
Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop on Runtime and Operating …, 2013
102013
Early Experiences with Trinity-The First Advanced Technology Platform for the ASC Program.
CT Vaughan, D Dinge, P Lin, SD Hammond, J Cook, CR Trott, ...
Sandia National Laboratories (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States), 2016
62016
An examination of content similarity within the memory of hpc applications
S Levy, KB Ferreira, PG Bridges, AP Thompson, C Trott
Sandia National Laboratory, Tech. Rep. SAND2013-0055, 2013
62013
Kokkos Manycore Device Performance Portability for C++ HPC Applications.
HC Edwards, CR Trott
Sandia National Laboratories (SNL-NM), Albuquerque, NM (United States), 2015
5*2015
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