Presenters and Software

Ronald Allen
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

Mahout

Mahout is an open-source, data mining project being developed by Apache that can be used for recommendation, clustering, and classification.  This poster will focus on Mahout's ability to cluster numeric data, specifically that of nuclear reactor simulation data.  The simulation data is clustered by Mahout to investigate reactor performance, failure prediction, and similar processes.

Srikanth Allu
(CSMD, Computational Engineering and Energy Sciences Group)

Virtual Integrated Battery Environment

VIBE for CAEBAT project is designed to study a coupled battery system involving the electro-chemistry, thermal transport and structural dynamics.

Roscoe Bartlett
(CSMD, Computational Engineering and Energy Sciences Group)

TriBITS

The Tribal Build, Integrate, and Test System (TriBITS) is a framework built on top of the open-source CMake set of tools that is designed to handle large software development projects involving multiple independent development teams and multiple source repositories.  TriBITS also defines a complete software development, testing, and deployment system supporting processes consistent with modern agile software development best practices.  TriBITS was initially developed as a package-based CMake build and test system for the Trilinos project.  The system was later factored out as the reusable TriBITS system and adopted as the build architecture for the Consortium for the Advanced Simulation of Light Water Reactors (CASL) VERA code.  TriBITS was also adopted as the native build and test system for a number of CASL-related codes including the ORNL codes Exnihilo and SCALE in addition to a number of non-ORNL codes.

Andrew Bennett
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

SHARP

The Simulation-based High-efficiency Advanced Reactor Prototyping software suite is a group of advanced physics and infrastructure codes aimed at accurately and effectively modeling nuclear reactor core systems. SHARP takes advantage of advanced single-physics codes for neutronics, thermal hydraulics, and structural mechanics while providing flexibility and extensibility through a solution transfer coupling system.

Sophie Blondel
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

Xolotl Plasma-Surface Interactions

Xolotl is an open-source plasma-surface interactions simulator that is currently in development. This poster will focus on the visualization interface recently added to Xolotl features, which will allow the user to interpret its results by plotting physical outputs, as well as software performance- monitoring data.

Tom Bundy
(IPMD, Performance Analysis and Quality Group)

Software Quality Assurance

This exhibit will provide information and guidance on the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Software Quality Assurance program to personnel who own, procure, develop, or maintain software at or for ORNL.

Stuart Campbell
(NDAVD, Scientific Data Analysis Group)

Mantid

Mantid is a joint project between STFC RAL and ORNL. Mantid is data reduction and analysis software for neutron scattering data, written in C++/Python with a Qt user interface. Additionally, it leverages Paraview for advanced visualization.

Mark Cantrell
(CSED, Data System Sciences and Engineering)

FACTS

The Facility Analysis and Chemical Tiering System is a business intelligence tool developed to help DHS analyze facilities submitting information to their regulatory program.

Shin-Miao Chen
(ETSD, Transportation Data Analysis Group)

A Prototype Regional Non-Motorized Travel Sketch Planning Tool

This web-based tool is a prototype Geospatial Information System (GIS)-based decision support application that provides transportation planners with a tool that can query and visualize data in a GIS-based environment, as well as examine major contributing factors determining the walkability measure of a Census Block Group (BG).

Daniel J. Ciarlette
(ITSD, Library Services)

Blue Jeans, Dropbox for Business, and Lync 2013

This poster and demonstration will present collaborative tools and how they may be used in R&D.

John W. Cobb, Robert Cook, Yaxing Wei, Bruce Wilson, other co-presenters pending!
(CSMD; ESD, Environmental Data Science and Systems; ESD, Environmental Data Science and Systems; ITSD, Enterprise Architecture Group)

DataONE

Researchers, sponsors and decision-makers increasingly recognize the need for more global, open and reproducible data-based science that can address scientific and societal challenges. In response to this need, the NSF DataONE project (led from the University of New Mexico <http://dataone.org>) has created a robust, stable and powerful global cyberinfrastructure platform comprised of: (1) a federation of Member Nodes (data repositories located worldwide); (2) Coordinating Nodes  that support replication, indexing, data discovery and other network services; and (3) an Investigator Toolkit that supports the entire research data life cycle from planning through analysis and preservation. DataONE creates methods for data interoperability across archives that are heterogeneous geographically, architecturally, and semantically through a well-design, openly available and deployable set of  service programming interfaces. Phase I of DataONE has focused on biological, ecological, and environmental sciences. DataONE contains over 400,000 data objects across 19 data repositories. It has 20,000 users and currently offers 13 investigator toolkit tools.  Exploratory and visualization science use cases have included visual inter-comparison of climate models and continental scale statistical prediction of bird migration and occurrence maps.

Jordan Deyton
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

NiCE Reactor Analyzer plug-in

The Reactor Analyzer provides fast and easy nuclear reactor post-simulation data analysis in NiCE, the NEAMS Integrated Computational Environment. It currently supports light water reactors (LWRs) and sodium-cooled fast reactors, and it targets quantities of interest, such as aggregated fuel pin powers and flux.

Anthony DiGirolamo
(NCCSD, User Assistance and Outreach Group)

smithy

Smithy is a command line software installation/compilation tool that borrows ideas heavily from the excellent homebrew package management system for Mac OS X and SWTools. Smithy is designed to sanely manage many software builds within a shared HPC Linux environment using modulefiles to load software into a user's shell.

John D. Eblen
(BD, Center for Molecular Biophysics Group)

Eclipse PTP

The Eclipse Parallel Tools Platform provides an integrated development environment (IDE) for parallel applications, especially supercomputing applications. PTP enhances Eclipse for developing, compiling, and running projects on remote systems.

Christian Engelmann
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

xSim

The Extreme-scale Simulator (xSim) is a performance investigation toolkit that permits running native high-performance computing applications in a controlled environment with millions of concurrent execution threads, while observing application performance in a simulated extreme-scale system for hardware/software co-design.

Steven Hahn
(QCMD, Time-of-Flight Spectroscopy Group)

Spin Wave Genie

Spin Wave Genie is a C++ software library that simplifies the modeling of collective spin wave excitations so that an instrument user can analyze his or her neutron scattering data with sophisticated models faster and more efficiently. Further, one can convolute the four-dimensional scattering function S(Q,ω) with the instrumental resolution function and magnetic form factor so that the calculation can be compared directly with and fitted to experimental measurements.

Travis Humble
(CSMD, Complex Systems Group)

JADE

JADE is an integrated development environment for creating and simulating quantum computing programs. It provides an extensible and reconfigurable environment for guiding the input and parsing of mathematical problem and a simulation management system for launching jobs.

QITKAT

QITKAT is a library of signal processing blocks tailored to quantum communication tasks. It builds on the open source GNU Radio framework for real-time, stream-based processing. QITKAT includes hardware interfaces for driving quantum communication experiments.

Ho-Ling Hwang
(ETSD, Transportation Planning & Decision Science Group)

ORNLReady

ORNLReady is a data-driven tool that prepares ORNL for rapid emergency response through comprehensive state-awareness and seamless coordination. At DOE's 2010 Emergency Management Issues - Special Interest Group Annual Conference, DOE named ORNLReady as the most useful training product currently available and transferable to other DOE facilities. ORNLReady is an active tool currently used by the LSS and the Emergency Operation Center (EOC) during their day-to-day operations, exercises, and event responses.

Tommy Janjusic
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

Gleipnir

Gleipnir is a memory tracing tool built as a plug-in tool for the Valgrind framework. It captures memory related instructions and annotates them with debug information for subsequent profiling, simulation, and analysis.

Crystal Jernigan
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

Xolotl Plasma-Surface Interactions

Xolotl PSI is a simulator currently under development. This poster will focus on a particular feature of Xolotl, its performance-monitoring infrastructure, which supports an "always on" collection of performance data.

Christos Kartsaklis
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

HERCULES

HERCULES is an Open64-based, PROLOG-backed, system for program constraint programming and customizable, user-level, transformation formulation. In addition to the core system, it offers a source code base scanner for patterns (hscan) and numerous transformation directives in an F90 compiler (hslf90).

Kay Kasemir
(RAD, Control Systems Group)

EPICS for SNS beam lines

This poster will present control system software for beam lines. SNS beam lines are currently being updated to use the Experimental Physics and Industrial Control System (EPICS) for low-level control of motors, temperatures, camera etc., with Control System Studio (CS-Studio) to provide user interface, archiving, alarming, and experiment automation.

Vilmos Kertesz
(CSD, Organic and Biological Mass Spectrometry Group)

LMJPoints Plus

This software enables the selection of locations of interest for liquid microjunction surface sampling coupled to a subsequent analysis. The resulting information is then transferred to instrument control softwares.

Hilda Klasky
(CSED, Modeling and Simulation Group)

FAVOR

Fracture Analyis of Vessels: Oak Ridge (FAVOR) softtware suite, developed for the US Nuclear Regulatory Comission, FAVOR is designed to conduct probabilistic structural integrity analyses based on Monte Carlo techniques on aging and embrettled nuclear reactur pressure vessels subjected to transient loading conditions.

REAP

Radiation Embrittlement Archive Web Application. Provides data from surveillance reports submitted to NRC by 104 commercial NPPS. Constitutes a crucial research tool for development of future embritlement predictive models for light water reactors pressure vessels.

LEAPOR

Leak Analysis of Piping - Oak Ridge software determine estimates of leakage rates from postulated cracks in nuclear power plant piping systems.

Dan Koch
(CSED, Geographic Information Science & Technology Group)

IMPACT

The Incident Management Preparedness and Coordination Toolkit is a free, all-hazards planning tool for first responders. It features an intuitive tablet-like interface and built-in mapping module. The tool is built with open-source components and copyright-free data and can operate with or without a network connection.

Ron Lee
(CSED, Data System Sciences and Engineering Group)

DELFIC Fallout Planning Tool

DELFIC/FPTool is the operational system used by the National Technical Nuclear Forensics (NTNF) Ground Collection Task Force (GCTF) for planning forensic collections after detonation of an improvised nuclear device (IND). The nuclear detonation and fallout are modeled using the Defense Land Fallout Interpretive Code (DELFIC), and FPTool provides interactive, map-based route definition and analysis.

Dmitry Liakh
(NCCSD, Scientific Computing Group)

ExaTensor

ExaTensor is intended to be a massively-parallel tensor instruction interpreter that can be used for implementing sophisticated quantum many-body methods on heterogeneous HPC systems (multi-core CPUs, GPUs, Intel Phi). This project started very recently and is still under active development.

Eric Lingerfelt
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

Bellerophon

Bellerophon is an n-tier software system developed to support CHIMERA, a production-level HPC application that simulates core-collapse supernova events at the petascale. Bellerophon enables CHIMERA's geographically dispersed team of collaborators to perform data analysis in near real-time, address software engineering tasks, and access multiple elements of the team's workflow management needs from a cross-platform, web-deliverable desktop application.

Wei Lu (co-presenters: Thomas Neil and Cheng Liu)
(CSED, Geographic Information Science and Engineering Group)

World Wide Emergency Evacuation

WWEE provides an agent-based evacuation simulation framework for emergency planning. It integrates the LandScan globe population data, OpenStreetMap network data, microscopic traffic simulation model, and high resolution web-based visualization tool. WWEE is scalable and easy to use for world-wide evacuation studies.

Vickie Lynch
(NDAVD, Scientific Data Analysis Group)

CAMM

The aim of the Center for Accelerating Materials Modeling (CAMM) is to develop a software suite that will enable simulation and modeling to be brought directly into the data analysis loop of experimental data taken at the Spallation Neutron Source (SNS). The intent is both to allow the validation of simulations by the experimental data and to allow simulations to predict where new experimental measurements should be performed, and to do this in such a way that it could be implemented in near-real time.

Benjamin Mayer
(CSMD, Computational Earth Sciences Group)

DOE Accelerated Climate Modeling for Energy Workflow

The DOE BER is launching a new project called Accelerated Climate Modeling for Energy. The workflow component has the goal of increasing the rate of discovery by reducing scientists' effort in setting and running experiments, increasing the amount of science completed per computation allocation, and providing repeatability of experiments. To accomplish this, we are building an automated workflow that takes a model configuration, sets it up and runs it on OLCF's Titan and handles all of the data transfer, publication, diagnostics, and provenance automatically.

Arvind Mikkilineni
(EESRD, Imaging, Signals, and Machine Learning Group)

Off-Angle Iris Recognition

This work implements an iris recognition system using an eye model to simulate corneal refraction effects. Using this model, ray tracing is performed to calculate transforms to remove refractive effects in off-angle iris images when re-projected to a frontal view. The correction process is used as a pre-processing step for off-angle iris images for input to a commercial matcher. With this method, a match score distribution mean improvement of 11.65% for 30 degree images, 44.94% for 40 degree images, and 146.1% improvement for 50 degree images is observed versus match score distributions with unmodified images.

Aaron Myers
(CSED, Geographic Information Science and Technology Group)

TRAGIS

TRAGIS is a web-based route planning model primarily developed for developed around shipping of spent nuclear fuel. The TRAGIS engine is written in C/C++ and we have built an open-source JavaScript based front end around the capability. We will also demonstrate the development of secure API services to allow users to access the routing engine within their own development environment. TRAGIS also links with other GIST developed web-services to do population analysis.

Thomas Naughton (CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

STCI

The Scalable runTime Component Infrastructure (STCI) is a modular runtime environment used to support HPC system software and tools. The STCI library includes building blocks and customizable Agents to launch, monitor and manage parallel jobs on Linux clusters and Cray supercomputers.

Thomas Naughton and Stephen Scott
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

C3

The Cluster Command and Control (C3) tools are a suite of cluster tools developed at ORNL that are useful for both administration and application support. The suite includes tools for cluster-wide command execution, file distribution and gathering, process termination, remote shutdown and restart.

Joshua New
(ETSD, Whole Building and Community Integration Group)

Autotune

Leveraging Titan, other HPC resources, and machine learning experiments, several advances have been made for calibrating software model inputs so that simulation output matches measured experimental data. Autotune has been applied to reduce cost in creating virtual representations of actual buildings in order to facilitate optimal energy efficiency decisions.

Roof Savings Calculator

DOE's Roof Savings Calculator uses high-fidelity physics simulations to calculate how much energy and money can be saved with modern roof and attic technologies.

George Ostrouchov
(CSMD, Scientific Data Group)

pbdR

Programming with big data in R is a collection of R packages that simplify the scaling of advanced data analytics in R on platforms ranging from small clusters to supercomputers. Our packages provide infrastructure to use and develop advanced parallel analytics that scale to tens of thousands of cores on supercomputers but also provide simple parallel solutions for multicore laptops.

Tara Pandya
(RNSD, Radiation Transport Group)

Exnihilo

Exnihilo is an advanced, massively parallel radiation transport code developed at ORNL. Flexibility, parallel efficiency, and advanced computational methods as applied to various radiation transport physics problems, are key designs of this code suite. Capabilities include scalable deterministic solvers, Monte Carlo solvers, online cross section processing, support for various geometry packages, and scalability on a large variety of computing platforms.

Taylor Patterson
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

Visualization for Input Generation and Output Analysis in NiCE

This poster will present our approaches to achieve visual manipulation of 2D meshes for simulation input and deep integration of VisIt for output data analysis within our Eclipse-based project, NiCE. The inclusion of these tools helps eliminate the inefficiencies associated with launching external applications, importing data, and frequently switching between software tools.

Thomas Pelaia II
(RAD, Accelerator Physics Group)

iLobby

This digital signage iPad app connects to an external TV and cycles through a series of slides displayed on the TV, with a tour mode option to switch to another slide on demand. It can display still images or movies. This iPad app reliably operates 24/7 and replaces expensive third-party software, plus three pieces of expensive hardware.

Bobby Philip
(CSMD, Computational Engineering and Energy Sciences Group)

Advanced Multi-Physics Package

Simulations of multiphysics systems are becoming increasingly important in many science application areas. We describe the design and capabilities of the Advanced Multi-Physics (AMP) package designed with multi-domain multi-physics applications in mind. AMP currently builds powerful and flexible deterministic multiphysics simulation algorithms from lightweight operator, solver, linear algebra, material database, discretization, and meshing interfaces through a package agnostic framework.

Eduardo Ponce
(JICS, Scientific Computing)

HSP-Wrap for Bioinformatics Applications

Highly scalable parallel wrapper (HSP-Wrap) is a software framework for performing data-intensive high-throughput bioinformatics and biomedical applications in next-generation high-performance architectures. The purpose of HSP-Wrap is to allow fast processing and data analytics of the immense growth of genetic data added to the biological knowledge base. HSP-Wrap is designed in C, C++, and MPI and acts as a harness for the underlying tools, providing load balancing heuristics, IO optimizations, fault tolerance, and checkpointing. The goal is to integrate HSP-Wrap to science gateways such as the Portal for Petascale Lifescience Applications and Research (PoPLAR) to provide easy access to a unique combination of powerful parallel bioinformatics and analysis tools on supercomputing platforms for large-scale knowledge discovery.

Arvind Ramanathan
(CSED, Computational Data Analytics Group)

ACA for Long time-scale Molecular Simulations

ACA is a suite of data analytic tools that have been developed specifically to handle large datasets from long time-scale bio-molecular simulations. Using higher order statistical signatures to characterize conformational fluctuations of proteins and other bio-molecules, the suite of tools can work with almost all standard molecular dynamics packages and uses a Python front end to support most data analytic tasks. In particular, it provides insights into the organization of the energy landscape of bio-molecules and has been demonstrated on several long time-scale simulations to extract and identify biophysically relevant conformational coordinates.

Brian Ray
(CSED, Data Systems Research Integration)

STARS

Site Security Plan Triage and Reporting System is a risk-based decision tool that provides quantitative risk assessment based on qualitative measures. STARS is used by DHS to evaluate the security of high-risk chemical facilities.

Roland Schulz
(BD, Center for Molecular Biophysics)

Gromacs

Gromacs is a high-throughput and highly parallel open source molecular simulation toolkit. Advanced performance and scaling allows to model complex biomolecular interaction and function in a manner directly testable by experiment.

Adam Simpson
(CCSD, User Assistance & Outreach Group)

TinySPH

TinySPH is a real-time interactive parallel smoothed particle hydrodynamics simulation. The software was created to demonstrate distributed computing concepts on a small RasberryPi cluster dubbed "TinyTitan".

Stuart Slattery
(CSMD, Computational Engineering and Energy Sciences Group)

Data Transfer Kit

The Data Transfer Kit (DTK) is a library providing parallel data transfer services for multi physics problems. The library is designed to provide scalable algorithms to exchange fields in coupled physics simulations. DTK is being developed as part of the broader coupling toolkit generated by the CASL program for modeling and simulation of light water reactors.

Christopher Smith
(PD, Nuclear Data Program Group)

nuclear masses.org<nuclearmasses.org> and the Nuclear Masses Toolkit

NMT is a web-deliverable, cross-platform Java application, which allows Users to remotely access and manipulate a MySQL database of nuclear mass datasets through a secure PHP web service. Freely available at the website nuclearmasses.org, the NMT enables research scientists and non-experts the ability to share, visualize, and analyze nuclear mass information in a robust and intuitive way. In addition to the capabilities offered by the NMT, the nuclearmasses.org website provides the scientific community detailed information and links concerning theoretical and experimental mass datasets. It also creates a mechanism for Users to inform the community of their latest mass models, measurements, and software tools.

Michael Smith
(PD, Nuclear Data Program)

The Computational Infrastructure for Nuclear Astrophysics at nucastrodata.org<http://nucastrodata.org>

The Computational Infrastructure for Nuclear Astrophysics (CINA) is a cloud-computing system that gives users the capability to robustly simulate, share, store, analyze, and visualize element creation in stellar explosions such as novae, X-ray bursts, and core-collapse supernovae. The system foundation is a web-deliverable, easy-to-use Java application. Users can upload, modify, merge, store, and share the complex input data required by these simulations. In addition to the capabilities offered by CINA, the nucastrodata.org website provides the scientific community a comprehensive list of up-to-date, categorized links to all online nuclear astrophysics datasets. It also provides sample investigations using CINA that are appropriate for high school, college, and graduate students.

bigbangonline

The bigbangonline suite of codes is a cloud computing system that enables researchers to simulate the creation of the light elements in the early universe. The software, which is available at bigbangonline.org, enables users to evaluate, manage, share, calculate, and analyze thermonuclear reaction rates, primordial abundance observations, "Big Bang" cosmological simulations, and cosmological constraints on these simulations. The suite is comprised of an easy-to-use, web-deliverable Java application that accesses a remote MySQL database and Fortran simulation codes via a secure Perl web service. In addition to the capabilities offered by the software suite, the bigbangonline.org website provides the scientific community a comprehensive list of up-to-date, categorized links to resources useful for studies of the Big Bang, Cosmology, and related fields.

Alexandr Sokolov
(Isotope Business Office)

isotopes.gov<http://isotopes.gov> and the NIDC Online Management Toolkit

A new database-driven website, isotopes.gov, has been designed and developed for the National Isotope Development Center (NIDC), which is the sole government source of stable- and radio- isotope products in the U.S. These isotopes have wide utilization in basic science, medicine, security, and applications. Isotopes.gov hosts the Online Catalog of Isotope Products, which allows customers to interactively explore the catalog and submit requests for quotations and new products. In addition to the website, a cross-platform suite of intra-office software tools, the Online Management Toolkit (OMT), has been released that enables NIDC Staff to securely modify the catalog, generate website statistics, and many other functions.

Robert Stewart
(CSED, Geographic Information Science and Technology Group)

SADA

Spatial Analysis and Decision Assistance is free software that incorporates tools from environmental assessment fields into an effective problem solving environment. These tools include integrated modules for visualization, geospatial analysis, statistical analysis, human health risk assessment, ecological risk assessment, cost/benefit analysis, sampling design, and decision analysis. The capabilities of SADA can be used independently or collectively to address site specific concerns when characterizing a contaminated site, assessing risk, determining the location of future samples, and when designing remedial action.

Rangan Sukumar
(CSED, Computational Data Analytics Group)

EAGLE

EAGLE is an algorithmic Graph library for exploratory analysis. While it is able to compute and execute algorithms in many categories, it was specially designed for large-scale graph analytics on Cray's Urika. Our graph library is geared toward automating the process of discovery for a subject matter expert. In other words, we have implemented a toolbox of knowledge discovery software on top of Cray's powerful retrieval stack.

Ryan Tokola
(EESRD, Imaging, Signals, and Machine Learning Group)

Artemis Triage

Artemis Triage is a digital forensics tool that helps law enforcement officers rapidly find images containing child pornography on a hard drive.

Geoffroy Vallée
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

MPI Fault Tolerance

ORNL is working on a reference implementation of the ongoing proposal for MPI fault tolerant. The current proposal focuses on User-Level Failure Mitigation (ULFM); a flexible approach providing process fault tolerance by allowing the application to react to failures while maintaining a minimal execution path in failure-free executions. The focus is on returning control to the application by avoiding deadlocks due to failures within the MPI library. We consider the proposed set of functions to constitute a minimal basis which allows libraries and applications to increase the fault tolerance capabilities by supporting additional types of failures, and to build other desired strategies and consistency models to tolerate faults. The reference implementation developed at ORNL is based on the Scalable runTime Component Infrastructure (STCI), developed at ORNL, as well as an extension of the MPI implementation of the Open-MPI layer (extension led by UTK).

Common Communications Interface

The CCI project is an open-source communication interface that aims to provide a simple and portable API, high performance, scalability for the largest deployments, and robustness in the presence of faults. Targeted towards high performance computing (HPC) environments as well as large data centers, CCI can provide a common network abstraction layer (NAL) for persistent services as well as general interprocess communication. As a result, CCI is suitable for high performance communication on a local area network (LAN), as well as for the terabit data transfer over dedicated wide area networks (WAN) such as DOE's ESNet infrastructure.

Dali Wang
(ESD, Terrestrial Systems Modeling Group)

An Ecosystem Function Testing Platform for the Community Land Model

The main purpose of this software package is to facilitate new model developments of a legacy scientific application, the community land model (CLM) within the Community Earth System Modeling (CESM) Framework. Specifically, it will reduce unnecessary software complexity and enable direct model-data comparison with observational and experimental datasets. We have used advanced software tools, such as Vampir, TAU, and Genipir to collect run-time information on software call tree, computational characteristics, as well as memory access patterns, etc. We also used advanced graph packages, such as Gephi and Jgraph and D3, to visualize those complicated subroutine interconnection via global variables. For key ecosystem function elements, we are implementing interactive user interfaces, standalone models, and associated observational databases to support direct model-data comparison. We are currently working to deliver a customized computing environment, which contains both the CLM software structure analysis system and the functional testing platform, to broad user community via web-services and cloud computing.

Gary West
(NSITD, Nuclear Material Processing Group)

REDCInventory

This software tracks the nuclear material inventory of the Radiochemical Engineering Development Complex (REDC). It performs Nuclear Material Control and Accountability (NMC&A), Facility Safety, and Nuclear Criticality Safety functions required for the operation of the complex's facilities. It has a graphical user interface that presents the material information in a readily understood manner.

Devin White
(CSED, Geographic Information Science and Technology Group)

World STAMP

World STAMP is an open source web-based application that enables analysts with little to no background in data analysis to quickly explore and visualize large amounts of spatiotemporal information gleaned from public sources like the CIA World Factbook, World Bank, and Correlates of War.  It leverages multiple APIs developed in-house, including an R web service.

Bruce Wilson
(ITSD, Enterprise Architecture Group)

ORNLMobility

This poster and demonstration will present the tools in place and being implemented for ORNL staff mobility, with the goal of enabling (unclassified) work as much as possible anywhere, from any device, at any time. This includes work to replace Good, provide better ORNL-internal browsing from personally owned devices, improvements to Outlook Web Access, and the development of mobile-related ORNL applications.

Anna Wojtowicz
(CSMD, Computer Science Research Group)

NiCE

NEAMS Integrated Computational Environment is a broad-purpose GUI-based environment for simplifying common tasks in the many domains of computational sciences. As part of a pilot project with Argonne National Lab over the latter half of 2013, NiCE added support for Sodium-cooled Fast Reactor (SFR) simulations in the way of input generation, simulation launching, and intuitive post-simulation analysis tools. This poster will focus on the back-end design and data structures implemented in NiCE to make this SFR modeling project successful.