Benjamin Glick

Benjamin Glick
Lewis & Clark College · Department of Mathematical Sciences

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Introduction
I am a third-year undergraduate student at Lewis & Clark College. My majors are Mathematics/Computer Science (combined major) and Physics. Prior to attending Lewis & Clark, I went to high school at the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools. My academic interests include solid-state physics and thermodynamics, high-performance computing and parallelism, cloud and grid computing, discrete mathematics and combinatorics, and linear algebra. I'm particularly interested in the intersection of computation and science. Some of the most interesting things I've been able to do are helping domain scientists meet their computational needs. Much of the work I've done has to do with making computational scientific resources easier to access and utilize in order to streamline the process of computatio

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The problem of job-scheduling is of particular importance in High Performance Computing (HPC). The order in which jobs are executed can drastically affect their performance and the overall HPC system’s usage. Traditionally, HPC scheduling systems decide what order to run jobs using a priority queue, allowing users to set priority of their tasks and...
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High performance computing systems can be hard to use, and can require advanced knowledge of the command line, resource managers, and other details that scientists without a systems administration background may find distracting. In this project, we describe our extensible ecosystem of tools which has allowed students and researchers with minimal H...
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High performance computing systems can be hard to use, and can require advanced knowledge of the command line, resource managers, and other details that scientists without a systems administration background may find distracting. In this project, we describe our extensible ecosystem of tools which has allowed students and researchers with minimal H...
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High-performance computing has become a necessity. One way colleges and universities provide this access to faculty, staff, and students is through operation of campus cluster systems. Many campuses have dedicated scientific computational resources, and ensuring that those resources are secure and accessible is important. One challenge with high pe...
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Parsl is a parallel scripting library for Python that provides a simple model for describing and executing data ow-based scripts over arbitrary execution resources such clusters, grids, and high- performance systems. Parsl’s execution layer abstracts the di er- ences between providers enabling provisioning and management of compute nodes. In this p...

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