Manipulating Atoms, Real and Simulated, With Software
Physics & Astronomy
Second Student Contributor
Solar is a program that automates submission of jobs to Slurm, a Supercomputer queueing system. Solar is a program written in Python that automatically generates more Python code from a simple configuration text file. This makes Solar very useful to those who need to submit many jobs to a Supercomputer and those with limited coding experience. Additionally, Solar also takes away the hassle of manually having to change each job's parameters before submission to a Supercomputer. Solar makes use of Slurm for job submissions to our Supercomputer but can be easily adapted to your choice of queueing system.
Bennett, Sean, "Manipulating Atoms, Real and Simulated, With Software" (2019). Physics and Astronomy Summer Fellows. 25.
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Presented during the 21st Annual Summer Fellows Symposium, July 19, 2019 at Ursinus College.
This project was supported by a National Science Foundation grant (PHY-1607335).