B7. Advance mathematical and algorithmic foundations to support scientific computing in emerging disciplines such as molecular self- assembly, systems biology, behavior of complex systems, agent-based modeling and evolutionary and adaptive computing.
- Session starts with a quick recap of the first town hall meeting (about 5 min)
- Math representative will give a 5 min summary report about the application needs in each of the 6 breakout sessions on Thursday (total 45 min).
- Panel discussion with application experts. Each panelist will have about 5 minutes to address the current practice, state of the art, how math and algorithm research may help breakthrough science at the exascale level (total 1 hr).
- Open discussion to identify the gaps or bottlenecks to achieving breakthroughs at the exascale (total 1 hr).
- Open discussion on identifying the research directions or research programs to address the gaps (total 1hr).
- Prepare summary and rough outline of report to identify what is missing but need to be filled or emphasized at the ANL town hall meeting
Questions to be addressed by the breakout session:
- What is the current practice of Mathematics and Algorithms Research used in major application areas?
- What are the gaps or bottlenecks and how Math and Algorithms Research can help to achieving breakthroughs with exascale computing?
- What are the research programs needed to address these gaps?