Boulder 2020 Hackathon HPC Developer Team Application
The Boulder 2020 Hackathon is currently in planning, but is expected to be held in early summer 2020 in Boulder, Colorado. Team applications are currently open and will be evaluated for acceptance to the hackathon. Once Fluid Numerics and the organizing committee confirms your acceptance, attendees will need to register and pay a registration fee ( $425.00 USD ) prior to attending the event. A representative of Fluid Numerics will reach out to notify of acceptance/rejection of your application.

The goals and scope of this hackathon include :
* Help HPC software developers port and tune their applications on GPU and multi-GPU platforms (AMD and Nvidia hardware)

* Build experience in HPC developers on ARM architectures and vectorization

* Help HPC software developers plan, strategize, and implement performance-portable software changes.

* Build experience in the system administration teams on fluid-slurm-gcp and Google Cloud Platform

* Foster open communication and collaboration between system administration teams and software developers

* Provide a platform for the open exchange of ideas while providing a space for those who just want to hack through code with their team

Information submitted in these applications is used only to evaluate your team's readiness for the hackathon and to help us pair your team with expert HPC software developers that will serve as mentors. We will only contact you to notify you of your status for attending the 2020 Boulder Hackathon.
Email address *
Team Name *
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Primary Contact Name *
Please provide the first and last name for a primary contact for your team.
Your answer
How many developers/researchers from your team plan on attending this Hackathon ? *
We ask that teams have at least 3 members, but no more than 6.
Tell us about your team *
Let us know who may be planning to attend with you and indicate their role in your project. What is their level of expertise in the science and software development ?
Your answer
Tell us about your code *
Provide us with a description of your science, algorithms, code maturity, and the level of parallelism already implemented in your code. This information really helps us pair you with expert mentors
Your answer
Version Control *
What version control platform do you use on your team ?
Collaboration tools *
Indicate what tools your team uses for collaborating on software development. Check all that apply. If "Other", indicate the tools you use in a comma-separated list.
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Development Workflow *
Indicate the development workflow model that best describes how your team develops HPC applications.
Programming Language *
Indicate which language(s) your code is written in. Select all that apply
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Are you currently refactoring or modernizing your source code ? *
Are you looking to refactor or modernize your source code ? *
Current Parallel APIs *
Indicate which parallel APIs and paradigms your application is currently compatible with and that you use regularly.
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Target Parallel APIs *
Indicate which parallel APIs and paradigms you would like your application to be compatible with or optimized for and would like to focus on at the hackathon.
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Current Compiler Compatibility *
Indicate the compilers your application currently compiles with successfully
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Target Compiler Compatibility *
Indicate the compilers you would like your application to be compatible with and/or focused on at the hackathon.
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Current Compute Platforms *
Indicate the compute platforms and accelerators your applications currently compiles and runs on successfully.
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Target Compute Platforms *
Indicate the compute platforms and accelerators you would like your application to be optimized for and compile and run on successfully. This is the target platform you want to focus on at the hackathon.
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Current Container Platform *
Indicate the container platform you are currently working with for your application
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Target Container Platform *
Indicate the container platform you would like to adopt and focus on at the hackathon.
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What is the licensing of your application ? *
If "Other", please explain.
If your license is not listed in the above dropdown list, your code is not licensed, or your code is closed source, let us know a little bit more about how your code is licensed.
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