About Adrian Serio

Adrian Serio is the Scientific Program Coordinator for the STE||AR group. He graduated from Louisiana State University with a bachelors degree in Biological Engineering.

CppChat: On Air with HPX

This past week members of the HPX team were invited to give a talk on Jon Kalb’s weekly CppChat. Bryce Adelstein-Lelbach, Hartmut Kaiser, Thomas Heller, and John Biddiscombe were invited onto the show to talk about HPX, our programming model, Continue reading

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GSoC’17: Come and code a STE||AR Summer with us!

The STE||AR Group is honored to have been selected as one of the 2017 Google Summer of Code (GSoC) mentor organizations! This program, which pays students over the summer to work on open source projects, has been a wonderful experience for the past three years that we have been accepted by the program. Interested students can find out more about the details of the program on GSoC’s Continue reading

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HPX V0.9.99 Released!

Version 1.0 approaches! The STE||AR Group is proud to announce the release of HPX v0.9.99. This release is significant as HPX is nearly feature complete. Over the next several months the STE||AR Group will continue to test and polish HPX’s API and documentation. The feedback and experience gained from the community’s utilization this release will provide guidance on where to add the finishing touches for v1.0. Continue reading

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Spreading the Word

A core belief of the STE||AR Group is that, in order to be successful in our efforts to revolutionize computing, we must garner the support and enthusiasm of the broader community. We were pleased to learn that a software engineer in Germany, Harris Brakmic,  wrote a great blog post about witting applications in HPX. One section of his post that we were very excited about was his conclusion: Continue reading

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GSoC 2015 Results: Success!

This summer has been an exciting time for the STE||AR Group’s GSoC mentors and students alike! We were very pleased with the dedication and effort of all five of our participants. Our students made contributions to three of our software products: HPX, a distributed C++ runtime system which comes with a standards compliant API and allows users to scale their applications across thousands of machines; LibGeoDecomp, an auto-parallizing library for petascale computer simulations which is able to take advantage of HPX to better adapt fluctuating workloads to the system; and LibFlatArray, a highly efficient multidimensional array library which provides an object-oriented interface but stores data in a vectorization-friendly Struct-of-Arrays format. Continue reading

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