BEAM: A Computational Workflow System for Managing and Modeling Material Characterization Data in HPC Environments

@inproceedings{Lingerfelt2016BEAMAC,
  title={BEAM: A Computational Workflow System for Managing and Modeling Material Characterization Data in HPC Environments},
  author={Eric J. Lingerfelt and Alexei Belianinov and Eirik Endeve and O. Ovchinnikov and Suhas Somnath and Jose M. Borreguero and N. Grodowitz and B. Park and R. K. Archibald and C. T. Symons and S. V. Kalinin and O. E. Bronson Messer and M. Shankar and Stephen Jesse},
  booktitle={ICCS},
  year={2016}
}
Improvements in scientific instrumentation allow imaging at mesoscopic to atomic length scales, many spectroscopic modes, and now—with the rise of multimodal acquisition systems and the associated processing capability—the era of multidimensional, informationally dense data sets has arrived. Technical issues in these combinatorial scientific fields are exacerbated by computational challenges best summarized as a necessity for drastic improvement in the capability to transfer, store, and analyze… CONTINUE READING

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