SEU Supercomputing Club
DescriptionAlthough none of the team members has participated in any competition about supercomputing before, we all have rich HPC experiments and knowledge of computer science. Four of the team members have participated in a national education project about distributed training on GPU clusters and conducted research on LAMMPS in cooperation with the Shenzhen research institution of Peking University. The two new members are now writing a paper about pipeline training optimization technology under heterogeneous GPU cluster and are expected to publish it soon. The members were heavily selected through the intramural competition of Southeast University. Only the top six participants of the intramural competition are qualified to enter the SC22 team. The Intramural Competition of Southeast University selects HPL, HPCG, IO500, and DeepMD kits as benchmarks, so the team members have done in-depth research on HPC and had some innovative ideas about the optimization of SC's benchmarks. The team has created an open-source supercomputing learning platform( for college students from scratch. Many students interested in supercomputing are learning on our website. Additionally, to share resources about HPC conveniently, we also create a series of cloud services based on our skills. Students of Southeast University can upload and download resources via the service.

When it comes to interdisciplinary, only one of our team members majors in computer science, and others major in physics, chemistry, biology, and artificial intelligence. One thing all of the team members had in common was their high-performance computing research training in their domains, which sparked their interest in supercomputing.

Despite the board background our team members have, only members who major in chemistry have rich practical experience of DeepMD before. All the members will go through club training for SCC.

Specific reasons for how HPC will help team members in their academic careers can be concluded as follows: 1. Our team members either plan to enter the computer science area or are working on projects about supercomputing. Participation in SC will significantly help us accumulate related knowledge and experience, laying the foundation for our future careers. 2. SC has a significant influence on the world. The competition experience will bring us enough credits and add a nice touch to our resumes for applying to Ph.D. programs.

Our advisor, Jinghui Zhang, is the director of the High-Resolution Remote Sensing Data Research Center of Southeast University and the Secretary of the International Steering Committee of the IEEE CSCWD Conference. As a representative of Southeast University participating AMS-02 experiment, he worked at the European Organization for Nuclear Research(CERN) in Switzerland and directly participated in the data processing of the AMS experiment for three and a half years, and participated in the establishment of Southeast University AMS Supercomputing Center as a core member. He has published more than 20 papers in well-known international journals and conferences. As the project leader, he has presided over two projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China and over one subproject of the National Science and Technology Innovation 2030-"New Generation Artificial Intelligence" major project.
Event Type
Student Cluster Competition
TimeMonday, 14 November 20227pm - 9pm CST
LocationSCC Booth
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