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SCD Staff, Visitors, and Collaborators

SCD Staff

Division Office

Al Kellie, Director
Tom Bettge, Deputy Director
Rich Loft, Deputy Director
Amy Bauer
Tom Engel
Roy Jenne
Janice Kauvar
Marcia Killingsworth

Computational Science Section

Rich Loft, Manager
Nancy Collins
Jennifer DeLaurant
Cecelia DeLuca
John Dennis
Natasha Flyer
Rodney James
Rory Kelly
Ram Nair
Chuck Panaccione
Earl Schwab
Robbie Staufer
Amik St. Cyr
Paul Swarztrauber
Steve Thomas
Henry Tufo
Silverio Vasquez
Jon Wolfe

Data Support Section

Steve Worley, Manager
Cecilia Banner
Roy Barnes
Joey Comeaux
Bob Dattore
Doug Schuster
Chi-Fan Shih
Will Spangler
Gregg Walters

Network Engineering and Telecommunications Section

Marla Meehl, Manager
Jeff Alipit
Bryan Anderson
Amy Bauer
Dolores Boyd
Blake Caldwell
Scott Colburn
Jeff Custard
Judy Green
Jennifer Griffin
Susan Guastella
Fabian Guerrero
Del Harris
Belinda Housewright
Jerome Martinez
Mike Martinez
David Mitchell
Long Moua
Richard Mumford
Peter O.Neil
Peter Sakosky
Teresa Shibao
Pete Siemsen
Ed Snyder
Joe Tribbia
Jim VanDyke
Wes Wildcat

High Performance Systems Section

Gene Harano, Manager
Bill Anderson
Jeff Cowan
John Ellis
George Fuentes
Marc Genty
Pam Gillman
BJ Heller
Mark Love
John Merrill
Craig Ruff
Erich Thanhardt
George Wiliams

Operations and Infrastructure Support Section

Aaron Andersen, Manager
John Fisher
Ken Albertson
Sue Albertson
Ed Arnold
Tatiana Burek
Dorothy Bustamante
Bob Campbell
Myra Custard
John Fox
John Frudeger
Gary Gard
Paul Goodman
Julie Harris
Scott Hays
Rich Johnson
Jirina Kokes
Linda LaBrie
Raisa Leifer
Leif Magden
Lynda McGinley
Stan McLaughlin
Kelly Meese
Gary New
Herb Poppe
Katrina Smith
Lana Stillwell
Ingmar Thompson
Mark Uris
Greg Woods

User Support Section

Ginger Caldwell, Manager
Dan Anderson
Brian Bevirt
Julie Chapin
Gaynez (Bo) Connell
Sidd Gosh
Steve Gombosi
Jeff Kuehn
Lynda Lester
Greg McArthur
Rosemary Mitchell
Mike Page
Juli Rew
Michelle Smart
Richard Valent
Janie Young

Visualization and Enabling Technologies Sections

Don Middleton, Manager
Dianne Bernier
Dave Brown
Luca Cinquini
Fred Clare
John Clyne
Susan Cross
Rick Grubin
Mary Haley
Dave Kennison
Rob Markel
Joseph Mendoza
Darin Oman
Andrei Rodionov
Manish Salian
Tim Scheitlin
Leonard Sitongia
Markus Stobbs
Nathan Wilhelmi
Josh Yambert

Visitors: 2004

10/27/2003 - 10/28/2003:
Michael Boettinger, DKRZ (German Climate Research Ctr). Visualization R&D. Hosted by Don Middleton, VETS.

11/03/2003 - 11/04/2003:
Bryan Lawrence, British Atmospheric Data Center (BADC) and UK National Environmental Research Council Data Grid (NERC). Federation of Data Portals. Hosted by Don Middleton, VETS.

11/07/2003 - 11/07/2003:
Denny Morse, Northrop Grumman Space Technology. Primary interest is how we manage large volumes of data and how large we allow our file systems to get. Will visit VisLab, SSC/MSSG, and TCG. Hosted by Mary Haley, VETS.

11/07/2003 - 11/07/2003:
Al Danial, Northrop Grumman Space Technology. Primary interest is in how we manage large volumes of data. More specifically, how large we allow our file systems to get. Will visit the Vis Lab, meet with SSC/MSSG, and TCG staff. Hosted by Mary Haley, VETS.

11/12/2003 - 11/12/2003:
John Martellaro, Apple Computer, Inc. Apple G5/Panther Seminar Hosted by Don Middleton, VETS.

11/12/2003 - 11/12/2003:
Ron Ustach, Apple Computer, Inc. Seminar on Apple G5, Mac OS X 10.3 "Panther", and High Performance Computing/Clustering. Hosted by Don Middleton, VETS.

10/27/2003 - 10/27/2003:
STK Japan Visitors (60), StorageTek Japan Users Group. Sixty StorageTek Japan visitors came for an overview of the Mass Storage System, a VisLab demonstration, and a Computer Room tour. Hosted by Gene Harano, HPS.

10/27/2003 - 10/27/2003:
STK Korean Visitors (30), StorageTek Korean Users Group. Thirty StorageTek Korean visitors came for an overview of the Mass Storage System, a VisLab demonstration, and a Computer Room tour. Hosted by Gene Harano, HPS.

11/11/2003 - 11/11/2003:
Al Daniel, Denny Morse, NGST. Supercomputing and Mass Storage technology exchange. Hosted by Gene Harano, HPS.

02/04/2004 - 02/04/2004:
Jose Castanos, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center. Present "Early experience on BlueGene / L Prototype" Seminar. Hosted by Henry Tufo, CSS.

02/23/2004 - 02/24/2004:
Robert Ferraro, NASA GSFC. ESMF collaboration. Hosted by Cecelia DeLuca, CSS.

03/10/2004 - 03/12/2004:
Gerhard Theurich, SGI. ESMF collaboration. Hosted by Cecelia DeLuca, CSS.

03/19/2004 - 03/19/2004:
Robert Ferraro, NASA GSFC. ESMF collaboration. Hosted by Cecelia DeLuca, CSS.

03/19/2004 - 03/19/2004:
Jim Fischer, NASA GSFC. ESMF collaboration. Hosted by Cecelia DeLuca, CSS.

04/14/2004 - 04/17/2004:
Jennifer Ryan, Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Presented SCD seminar. Hosted by R. Nair, CSS.

05/01/2004 - 10/31/2004:
Lorenzo Polvani, Columbia University. Collaboration with CSS (S. Thomas) on the development of new test cases for atmospheric general circulation models. Professor Polvani visited NCAR in May, August, and October 2004. Hosted by S. Thomas, CSS.

06/15/2004 - 08/15/2004:
Michael Levy, CU. NCAR Summer Student Visitor. Hosted by H. Tufo, CSS.

06/15/2004 - 08/15/2004:
Jason Cope, CU. NCAR Summer Student Visitor. Hosted by H. Tufo, CSS.

07/14/2004 - 07/14/2004:
Nils Wedi, ECMWF UK. ESMF collaboration. Hosted by Cecelia DeLuca, CSS.

07/14/2004 - 07/14/2004:
Steve Hankin, NOAA GFDL. ESMF collaboration. Hosted by Cecelia DeLuca, CSS.

07/24/2004 - 08/04/2004:
Martin Gander, Geneva University. Presented an SCD seminar, along with Amik St-Cyr on "Parallelism in Time: Can Parts of the Solution Later in Time be Computed Before the Solution Earlier in Time is Known?". Hosted by Amik St-Cyr, CSS.

08/30/2004 - 09/11/2004:
Andrzej Wyszogrodzki, IBM Research. Collaboration with CSS (R. Loft, S. Thomas, H. Tufo) to develop and test a model with Cloud Resolving Convection Parameterization (CRCP). Hosted by R. Loft, CSS.

08/30/04 - 09/17/04:
Geerd-Rudiger Hoffmann, DWD. North American Technology Projects and Their Relationship to the Future WMO Information System (FWIS). Hosted by Al Kellie in the Director's Office.

08/31/2004 - 09/04/2004:
Mark Taylor, Sandia National Laboratories (SNL). Collaboration with CSS (R. Loft, H. Tufo, S. Thomas) on the DOE/SNL-funded project, "LDRD: Massively Parallel Scalable Atmosphere Model." Hosted by S. Thomas, CSS.

09/04/2004 - 09/30/2004:
Vani Cheruvu, CU. Visiting postdoc. Hosted by H. Tufo, CSS.

09/13/2004 - 09/13/2004:
Dr. Geerd Hoffman, DWD. Mass Storage technology exchange. Hosted by Gene Harano, HPS.

Collaborators: 2004

Markus Stobbs - Worked with Space Science Institute to be a mirror site provider for their MarsQuest Online Website.

Michael Burek and Luca Cinquini - Met with DLESE to discuss collaboration of CDP and DLESE; they met with UNIDATA personnel to discuss the use of THREDDS in CDP and an extension to the THREDDS specification; they met with CAS and ACD, and ATD personnel to discuss adding more data to the CDP; and they have been corresponding with JOSS personnel, discussing the addition of JOSS data to the CDP.

Richard Grubin - Set up classroom/lab software configuration for an NCL workshop at Purdue University for D. Shea and S. Murphy (NCAR) and Prof. M. Huber (Purdue).

Kirsten Butcher - As part of Butcher's joint postdoctoral appointment, she works closely with the Digital Library for Earth System Education (DLESE) as well as the National Science Digital Library (NSDL).

Tim Scheitlin began working with Frank Bryan (CGD) and Scott Weiss (CGD) to produce visualizations of 1/10th-degree ocean model data that was generated on the Earth Simulator in Japan. Scheitlin began learning VTK, and he developed code to map, manipulate, and render the data. Scheitlin participated in helping to remotely test a new AG node at NOAA/GFDL (Remik Ziemlinski).

John Clyne collaborated with U.C. Davis' Kwan-Liu Ma on developing methods for visualizing volumetric data on "stretched" Cartesian grids as part of their NSF ITR award on time-varying data. Clyne collaborated with U.C. Davis' Ken Joy on the second draft of a System Requirements Specification for a next-generation visualization framework. Clyne continued work with Tim Killeen and Qian Wu on TIDI, TGCM, and GSWM animations. Clyne met with Alan Norton from the Colorado School of Mines to discuss potential collaboration with their respective wavelet and volume rendering work. Clyne continued collaborative work with HAO's Mark Rast on 3D numerical turbulence.

L. Cinquini, R. Loft, D. Middleton, P. Thornton (PI), H. Tufo, N. Wilhelmi, M. Woitascek are the collaborators of the NASA-funded Grid-BGC (Grid BioGeoChemistry) project.

Luca Cinquini - ANL, LBNL, LLNL, NCAR, ORNL, and USC/ISI are collaborating institutions in the DOE-funded project "The Earth System Grid" (ESG).

Luca Cinquini collaborated with the following scientists and data providers to publish datasets to CDP: Louisa Emmons (ACD), Lesley Smith (CGD), Susan Stringer (ATD), Mike Daniels (ATD), John Allison (JOSS), Dusan Odstrcil (CU).

Luca Cinquini collaborated with Scott Ritz (NASA/GCMD) to publish VETS' visualization records to the GCMD archive.

Luca Cinquini collaborated with the following NCAR staff to promote the CDP initiative: L. Buja (CGD), G. Strand (CGD), S. Aulenbach (CGD).

METIS: Research on Workflow in Distributed Collaborative Organizations. Aaron Andersen (NCAR), Ken Andersen (CU Boulder).

Luca Cinquini, Rich Loft, Don Middleton, Peter Thornton (PI), Henry Tufo, Nathan Wilhelmi, Matthew Woitascek are the collaborators of the NASA-funded Grid BioGeoChemistry (BGC) project.

Kirsten Butcher is working with Naomi Friedman, postdoc at the Institute of Behavioral Genetics at the University of Colorado and an expert on visual working memory, to address testing for visual learning and memory.

Kirsten Butcher has been asked to serve on the advisory team for collection development by Mark McCaffrey, Science Communications Specialist at the NOAA Climatic Data Center. McCaffrey is developing a specialized DLESE collection on Climate Change.

Kirsten Butcher is collaborating with Walter Kintsch, Cognitive Psychology Professor at the University of Colorado, on cognitive aspects of learning with multimedia.

Kirsten Butcher is working with Richard Mayer, Cognitive Psychology Professor at the University of Colorado. Mayer is contracted as a co-PI for the NSF proposal (to the NSDL Targeted Research track) submitted Third Quarter FY2004.

Kirsten Butcher is working with Tamara Sumner, Computer Science Professor at the University of Colorado, to examine digital library design and comprehension.

John Clyne co-authored a research paper with U.C. Davis' Kwan-Liu Ma and Hiroshi Akiba for IEEE, VolVis04. This effort was part of their ongoing NSF ITR collaboration.

Nathan Wilhelmi worked with the University of Colorado development group to establish a job management protocol for Grid BGC.

Burek and Cinquini continued the collaboration with Unidata which resulted in Version 1.0 of the THREDDS specification.

NCAR, NOAA/CDC, and NOAA/NCDC are collaborators on the International Comprehensive Ocean-Atmosphere Data Set (I-COADS) project. Steven Worley, DSS, is the co-PI from NCAR.

DSS and VETS are collaborators on the UCAR Community Data Portal. Steven Worley and Bob Dattore are DSS collaborators, D. Middleton, L. Cinquini, and M. Burek are VETS collaborators.

Rick Grubin is a member of the Software Infrastructure Group (SwIG), comprised of members from SSG, TCG, and CSS to collaborate on software development/environment issues for the Linux supercomputers. Headed by M. Page (TCG), with R. Kelly (CSS) and M. Oberg (SSG).

The VETS ESG team collaborated with ESG participants from ANL, ISI, LBNL, LLNL, LANL, and ORNL.

CSS (Rodney James) continues an ongoing collaboration with Yoshi Kimura of Nagoya University, Japan, on Direct numerical simulation of decaying and forced stratified turbulence.

Ramachandran Nair (CSS/NCAR), Phil Rasch (CGD/NCAR), and Henry Tufo (CSS/NCAR and CU) are collaborators on the SciDac (DoE) Project "Improved Transport Processes for CCSM," 9/15/04 - 9/14/07. Dr. Tufo is the PI and Dr. Rasch and Dr. Nair are the co-investigators.

Ramachandran Nair (CSS) and Prof. Bernardo Cockburn (Minnesota University) are co-PIs on the NSF/CMG proposal 2004.

B. Pulleyblank (IBM), G. Bhanot (IBM), H. Tufo (CU and CSS/NCAR), (R. Loft (CSS/NCAR), S. Thomas (CSS/NCAR), W. Grabowski (MMM/NCAR), Janice Coen (MMM/NCAR), T. Manteuffel (CU), S. McCormick (CU), X.-C. Cai (CU), C. Farhat (Stanford), J. Mandel (CU Denver), A. Knyazev (CU Denver) are collaborators on the NSF MRI funded project, "Acquisition of an IBM BG/L Supercomputer," 7/1/04 - 6/30/07. Collaboratiion between IBM, NCAR, and CU Denver. R. Loft is the PI for NCAR and H. Tufo is the PI for CU.

H. Tufo (CSS/NCAR and CU), P. Thornton (CGD/NCAR), D. Middleton (VETS/NCAR), L. Cinquini (SCD/NCAR), R. Loft (CSS/NCAR) are collaborating on the NASA AIST funded project, "Implementing an Efficient Supercomputer-Based Grid Compute Engine for a High-Resolution, High-Volume Terrestrial Carbon Cycle Model," 8/1/03 - 7/31/06. H. Tufo is the co-investigator.

H. Tufo (CU and NCAR/CSS), T. Warburton (Rice), A. Gelb (U. Arizona), and J. Hesthaven (Brown) are collaborators on the NSF ITR funded project, "An Integrated Simulation Environment for High-Resolution Computational Methods in Electromagnetics with Biomedical Applications," 1/15/04 - 1/14/08. This is a collaborative proposal with UNM, Brown, and U. Arizona. H. Tufo is the PI.

H. Tufo (NCAR/CSS and CU), P. Fischer (ANL), S. Thomas (CSS/NCAR), T. Manteuffel (CU), S. McCormick (CU), and X.-C. Cai (CU) are collaborators on the IBM Shared University Research project "Equipment for Bio-Fluid Flow Investigation," 3/15/04 - 3/14/05. H. Tufo is the PI.

H. Tufo (CSS/NCAR and CU), S. Thomas (CSS/NCAR), A. St-Cyr (CSS/NCAR), J. Dennis (CSS/NCAR) are collaborators on the NSF-CMG-funded project "An Adaptive Mesh, Spectral Element Formulation of the Well-Posed Primitive Equations for Climate and Weather Simulations," 10/1/02 - 9/30/05. S. Thomas is the PI and H. Tufo is the co-investigator.

H. Tufo (NCAR/CSS and CU), P. Fischer (ANL), H. Bassiouney (U. Chicago), and F. Loth (U. of Illinois) are collaborators on the NSF-NRAC-supported project, "Simulation of Transition in Vascular Flows," 750,000 SUs cumulative on the TCS1 at the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, 4/1/02 - 3/31/05. H. Tufo is the PI.

H. Tufo (NCAR/CSS and CU), S. Thomas (NCAR/CSS), M. Taylor (SNL), B. Spotz (SNL), and M. Boslough (SNL) are collaborators on the DOE/SNL-funded project, "LDRD: Massively Parallel Scalable Atmosphere Model," 10/1/03 - 9/30/06. S. Thomas and H. Tufo are co-Investigators.

H. Tufo (CU and NCAR/CSS), D. Grunwald (CU), M. Woitaszek (CU/NCAR), M. Oberg (CU/NCAR), and J. Cope (CU) are collaborating on the SCD Director-funded parallel file system project. H. Tufo is the PI.

CSS (Cecelia DeLuca) and the following list of people are collaborators on the ESMF project:
Arlindo da Silva, NASA GFSC
Max Suarez, NASA GSFC
Will Sawyer, NASA GSFC
Atanas Trayanov, NASA GSFC
Weiyu Yang, NOAA NCEP
Mark Iredell, NOAA NCEP
Henry Huang, NOAA NCEP
Michael Young, NOAA NCEP
Phil Jones, DOE Los Alamos
Chris Hill, MIT
V. Balaji, NOAA GFDL
Shep Smithline, NOAA GFDL
Sophie Valcke, Cerfacs, FR
Rene Redler, MPI, DE/NEC Europe
Rick Allard, DoD/NRL
Steve Payne, DoD/NRL
Jerry Wegiel, DoD/AFWA
John Michalakes, NSF NCAR/MMM
Mariana Vertenstein, NSF NCAR/CGD
Erik Kluzek, NSF NCAR/CGD
Tom Henderson, NSF NCAR/CGD
Byron Boville, NSF NCAR/CGD
Spencer Rugaber, GA Tech
Dean Williams, DOE LLNL
Carlos Mechoso, UCLA
Rob Armstrong, DOE Sandia

CSS is formally collaborating with IBM Research to develop and test a model with Cloud Resolving Convection Parameterization (CRCP), 10/1/04 - 9/30/05. Dr. Andrzej Wyszogrodzki has been hired as an IBM post-doc to collaborate with CSS on this task. Richard Loft, Steve Thomas, and Henry Tufo are co-PIs on the project.

Piotr Smolarkiewicz (NCAR/MMM), Clive Temperton (ECMWF), Andrzej Wyszogrodzki (IBM), and Stephen Thomas (NCAR/CSS) are collaborators on the Spectral Preconditioners for the Anelastic EULAG Model, October 2003 - October 2004.

Jim Purser (NCEP) and NCAR/CSS (Stephen Thomas) are collaborators on an Iterative Solver and Spectral Preconditioner for the Semi-Implicit Semi-Lagrangian Version of the WRF Model being developed at NCEP, October 2003 - October 2004.

Juergen Steppler (DWD), Bill Skamarock (NCAR/MMM), and Stephen Thomas (NCAR/CSS) are collaborators on Spectral Preconditioners, Solvers and Test Cases for Non-Hydrostatic Models. Research using the DWD LM mesoscale model and WRF; October 2003-October 2004.

Martin Gander (University of Geneva) and Stephen Thomas (NCAR/CSS) are collaborating on Optimized Schwarz Preconditioners, October 2003 - October 2004.

Lorenzo Polvani (Columbia University) is working with Stephen Thomas (SCD/CSS) on the development of new test cases for atmospheric general circulation models. Professor Polvani is an Associate Scientist who collaborates jointly with CGD and SCD on the ongoing project (October 2004-October 2005).

NCAR/CSS (Natasha Flyer) is conducting the Radial Basis Function Research Group with Professor Bengt Fornberg at CU-Boulder. The team consists of postdocs Dr. Suzanne Nezzar and Dr. Grady Wright (at the University of Utah), together with graduate students Susan Hovde, Cecile Piret, and Julia Zuev. Meetings are held on a weekly basis.

Natasha Flyer (NCAR/CSS) is collaborating with B.C. Low (NCAR/HAO), Bengt Fornberg (CU-Boulder), and Stephen Thomas (NCAR/CSS) on Modeling of Solar Magnetic Topology.

Natasha Flyer (NCAR/CSS) is in collaboration with Mei Zhang (Chinese Astronomical Observatory) to prove an upper bound on the magnetic helicity and azimuthal flux of the solar magnetic field in an axisymmetric force free configuration.

Natasha Flyer (NCAR/CSS) is collaborating with Dr. Elisabeth Larsson of Uppsala University to study the interpolation properties for oscillatory radial basis functions on unstructured grids.

Don Middleton continued development work toward a joint NCAR/DOE analysis & visualization effort, working with ESG collaborators Williams and Drach at LLNL/PCMDI, January 2004.

Don Middleton and Tim Scheitlin collaborated with Bob Wilhelmson of NCSA as co-authors of a chapter on Weather and Climate Visualization for the new publiction, The Visualization Handbook, February 2004.

Don Middleton collaborated with Berman and Moore of SDSC and co-developed Chronopolis proposal with SDSC. This is a proposal to develop a petascale, distributed digital library/archive and was submitted to NSF in May 2004.

Don Middleton collaborated with Cecelia Deluca and V. Balaji (GFDL) to develop the Earth System Curator Proposal for NSF/SEIII, March 2004.

Don Middleton worked with Dr. Jim Hansen of MIT and Dr. Bill Collins of NCAR/CGD to develop a proposal to NSF's ITR program entitled Climate@Home, March 2004.

Don Middleton collaborated with Worley and Cinquini to develop a proposal for provisioning Reanalysis data for NSF's NMI/SEIII program, March 2004.

Don Middleton collaborated with Foster and Nefedova (ANL), Chervenak and Kesselman (USC/ISI), Shoshani and Sim (LBNL), Williams and Drach (LLNL/PCMDI), Bernholdt and Pouchard (ORNL), and Strand, Fox, Garcia, Cinquini, Markel (NCAR), and played lead author role in the development of a renewal proposal for the Earth System Grid. Middleton also led the effort to add LANL to ESG and worked with Malone, Ahrens, and Sievers at LANL to accomplish this. This resulted in an additional $1M award to NCAR, April 2004.

Don Middleton contributed to a proposal development workshop and was on the proposal development team for Dave Randall's proposed Multiscale Modeling of Atmospheric Processes (MMAP) Science and Technology Center (Dec. 2003), a proposal to develop an NSF Science and Technology Center, May 2004.

Don Middleton collaborated with Dr. Chaitan Baru of SDSC to develop an NSF proposal for a Geosciences Cyberinfrastructure Summer Institute. The proposal was successful, and the workshop was held at SDSC in August 2004.

Don Middleton collaborated with UCAR E&O and agreed to serve as Science Advisor for UCAR E&O contribution to NSF Proposal for developing a new IMAX movie and program entitled Wild America. Middleton's role would be to advise on computer graphics and visualization work in the area of climate and global change, July 2004.

Don Middleton worked with Steve Worley and contributed a modest amount of material on the Community Data Portal and possible collaborative work in the context of a proposal by JOSS to NSF to host a 50-70 GB collection of polar data, July 2004.

Don Middleton collaborated with Peter Fox and Stan Solomon of HAO and Deborah McGuiness of Stanford University's Knowledge Systems Lab to develop the Virtual Solar Terrestrial Observatory (VSTO) proposal to NSF's Middleware Intitiative Program (NMI). The NSF SE3 Virtual Solar and Terrestrial Observatory proposal was awarded the requested funding in full, approximately $1.5M for three years, August 2004.

Don Middleton worked with Stevens and Papka of ANL as a newly appointed member of the Program Committee for the Workshop on Advanced Collaboration Environments, this year held in Nice, France, September 2004.

 

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