Ronald M. Caplan

Dr. Ronald M. Caplan is a computational scientist whose main interests are in developing and optimizing numerical methods for simulating physics-based models and their implementations in parallel high-performance-computing environments. His research currently focuses on the continued development and optimization of Predictive Science's magnetohydrodynamic codes used to study the solar corona and heliosphere, as well as providing computational solutions for additional projects.
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Posts by Ronald M. Caplan

Simulation / Modeling / Design

Using Fortran Standard Parallel Programming for GPU Acceleration

Standard languages have begun adding features that compilers can use for accelerated GPU and CPU parallel programming, for instance, do concurrent loops and... 12 MIN READ
Simulation / Modeling / Design

Using OpenACC to Port Solar Storm Modeling Code to GPUs

Solar storms consist of massive explosions on the Sun that can release the energy of over 2 billion megatons of TNT in the form of solar flares and Coronal Mass... 39 MIN READ