Ground Motion Simulation Computational Workflow (2018)
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Bae, Sung Eun
Background and Objective Significant portions of QuakeCoRE research require large-scale computationally-intensive numerical ground motion (GM) simulations. The amount of data and complexity of computation make the large-scale simula-tion practically impossible to run on a researcher’s workstation. QuakeCoRE started collaboration with New Zealand eScience Infrastructure (NeSI), the na-tional high performance computing (HPC) provider to gain the necessary compu-tational capacity and execution speed. In the last 12 months transition to the new supercomputing facility has begun. For the results of our workflow, refer to other posters from our research group.
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