Michela Taufer and her research group are the recipients of two NSF awards for their High-Performance Computing (HPC) research.
The first is a $1.2 million award in conjunction with The University of Texas. The title of their project is “ANACIN-X: Analysis and modeling of Nondeterminism and Associated Costs in eXtreme scale applications.” Read the abstract here.
The second is a $300,000 award with The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The title of this project is “EAGER: Reproducibility and Cyberinfrastructure for Computational and Data-Enabled Science.” Read the abstract here.