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Eastern Europe Partnership Event - 007 svetozar margenov

  1. 1. eInfrastructure Development in Bulgaria Svetozar Margenov margenov@parallel.bas.bgInstitute of Information and Communication Technologies, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Acad. G. Bonchev Str. Bl. 25-A, 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 1/3
  2. 2. Outline1. Introduction2. Strategic documents3. Infrastructure development4. SEE integration5. Parallel scalability6. Conclusions EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 2/3
  3. 3. 1. Introduction EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 3/3
  4. 4. In 1930, John Vincent Atanasoff has had a problem leading to theextremely large-scale system of 30 linear algebraic equations arising fromapplication of Ritz method for discretization of differential equations.This has been the motivation to invent the computer. µ-FEM analysis of bone microstructureHigh Performance Computing (HPC) is one of the most rapidly developingpart of computational sciences.The advanced HPC applications reach billions of degrees of freedom. EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 4/3
  5. 5. Argonne National Labs GBB EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 5/3
  6. 6. 2. Strategic documents Draft National Reform Programme (2011-2015) National Roadmap for Research Infrastructure (2011-2020) National Broadband Strategy (2009-2013) National Program on Accelerated IS development (2008-2010) Operational Programmes (2007-2013) National Strategic Reference Framework (2007-2013) State Policy on Accelerated IS development (2007-2010) EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 6/3
  7. 7. Roadmap for RI (2011-2020)1. Infrastructure for sustainable development in the area of sea research2. Infrastructure for the production and research of new materials3. Infrastructure for genome, proteome and metabolome researches IICT - BAS is a member of the consortium4. Infrastructure in the area of renewable energy sources and energy efficiency5. Bulgarian supercomputing center Scientific and technical coordinator: CoE on Supercomputing applications (IICT - BAS is a coordinator of SuperCA++)6. BG-CLARIN: integration and development of Bulgarian language electronic resources as a part of European CLARIN Scientific and technical coordinator: IICT - BAS7. Astronomical center for research and education EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 7/3
  8. 8. Approach towards HPC Concentrate on better management and exploitation of existing HPC Definition of new directions in areas important to ensure the catching up process Stepping up collaboration with other countries and international organisations Financial Instruments IBM Blue Gene/P It is attractive speaking about HPC, but keep in mind exponential growing overall expectations HPC is an enabler of scientific and innovative results not a ready solution or result EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 8/3
  9. 9. 3. Infrastructure development IICT-BAS is the main coordinator for e-Infrastructure activities in Bulgaria National Research and Education Network Bulgarian Grid Infrastructure Supercomputer Blue Gene/P Grid and Supercomputing applications National and international e-Infrastructure projects EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 9/3
  10. 10. About IICT 1985 - Center for Informatics and Computer Technology (CICT) 1995 - Central Laboratory for Parallel Processing (CLPP) 2003 - Institute for Parallel Processing (IPP) 2010 - The Institute of Information and Communication Technologies at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences - (IICT) is founded as a successor of Institute for Parallel Processing, Institute of Information Technologies and Institute of Computer and Communication Systems EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 10/3
  11. 11. IICT basic scientific trends IICT-BAS has the leading position in Bulgaria in the field of: Network and Grid services Grid, Cloud and GPU computing Large-Scale scientific computations and supercomputer applications Security and information systems A large number of international projects (total number: 39 for the last 5 years), among them: EGEE -1st, 2nd and 3rd phase, EGI-InSPIRE SEEGRID-1, SEEGRID-2, SEEGRID-SCI, HP-SEE CoreGRID, GRINKO, PSIRP, FORWARD Projects funded by Bulgarian National Science Fund (NSF) (36 for the last 5 years) EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 11/3
  12. 12. National eI responsibilities IICT-BAS coordinates consortium of 3 universities and 3 institutes of the Academy in Center of Excellence ”Supercomputer Applications” (SuperCA++). IICT-BAS coordinates the National Grid Initiative (NGI) (named Bulgarian Grid Consortium) and presents it in the EGI Policy Board. IICT-BAS hosts the main node of BREN and is a member of the Board of Bulgarian Research and Educational Network (BREN). IICT-BAS is responsible for the operations of the Bulgarian Academic Certification Authority (http://ca.acad.bg/) which is authorized to issue digital Grid certificates free of charge for all Bulgarian Grid users or hosts. EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 12/3
  13. 13. BRENThe Bulgarian Research and Educational Network (BREN) is the academicprovider of Internet for Bulgaria.Members of BREN: Executive Agency ”Electronic Communication Networks and Information Systems”, Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications Bulgarian Academy of Sciences The Council of Bulgarian Universities Rectors National Research Network EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 13/3
  14. 14. The Bulgarian Grid consortium Founders: Institute for Parallel Processing (IPP-BAS, former CLPP-BAS) and Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy (INRNE-BAS) ( Agreement signed in September 2002) Joined by 8 institutes and 4 universities in the next several years Active work started 2004 Since 2007, IPP-BAS is recognized as the coordinator of Bulgarian Grid Initiative Main goals: Sharing of resources and expertise in Grid technologies; Development of Grid applications. EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 14/3
  15. 15. Grid computing resources EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 15/3
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  21. 21. HPC pyramid European and National HPC Projects and Initiatives PRACE: Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe HP-SEE: High Performance Computing Infrastructure for South East Europe’s Research Communities SuperCA++: Center of Excellence for Supercomputing Applications EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 21/3
  22. 22. SuperCA++ EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 22/3
  23. 23. 5. SEE integration EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 23/3
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  28. 28. 5. Parallel scalability Figure: 1D, 2D and 3D partitioning: voxel triangulation of a cubic domainParallel numerical tests for a parabolic problem in cubic space domain, voxel FEM mesh, and 96implicit backward Euler time steps, are given bellow. Table: Parallel scalability EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 28/3
  29. 29. Unstructured meshesFigure: 3D FEM discretization: unstructured mesh and and ParMETIS partitioning for 16 processorsParMETIS is developed by Karypis Lab. It is an MPI-based parallel library thatimplements a variety of algorithms for partitioning unstructured graphs,meshes, and for computing fill-reducing orderings of sparse matrices.http://glaros.dtc.umn.edu/gkhome/metis/parmetis/ EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 29/3
  30. 30. ParMETIS partitioningTable: 3D FEM discretization: unstructured mesh and and ParMETIS partitioning for 512 processors ParMETIS computes in parallel partitionings of very large unstructured meshes. A high quality balance with respect to the number of elements and vertices, and minimization of the size of interfaces is provided. The relatively large number of neighbors is still an open problem. EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 30/3
  31. 31. Supercomputing in Blue Blue Gene/P: 4 x 3D Torus 4 × 643 = 1 048 576: diam = 96 Blue Gene/Q: 32 x 5D Torus 32 × 85 = 1 048 576: diam = 20 Blue Water diam = 4 EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 31/3
  32. 32. 6. Conclusions Bulgaria has visible presence and active role in the area of e-Infrastructures in the SEE region with its achievements, expertise and resources. Bulgaria is a pioneer in SEE region in the field of national SC programs (SuperCA, SuperCA++), and IICT-BAS is ready to share its experience. THANK YOU ! EEPE, 7-8 November 2011, Bucharest, Romania – p. 32/3

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