Council on Undergraduate Research
National Conference for Undergraduate Research (NCUR) 2018
City and State
April 4-7, 2018
This project employs High Performance Computing (HPC) to analyze the National Center for atmospheric research’s Weather, Research, and Forecasting Model (NCAR-WRF). Once an appropriate profiler is found, it will be used to determine if NCAR-WRF is compute bound, meaning its speed is determined by the power of its processors, or memory bound, meaning that the wall clock time is determined by the amount of available memory.
Miller, Jacob and Evert, Jeremy, "Profiling the National Center for Atmospheric Research’s Weather Research and Forecasting Model" (2018). Student Research. 11.