Optimizing Designs with High Throughput Computing

Brooklin J. Gore
Senior Researcher, Core Computational Technology, MORGRIDGE Institute for Research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison


In this talk, we discuss how JMAG software is being run at the UW-Madison campus in a High Throughput Computing (HTC) environment powered by the open source Condor software. By coupling JMAG with Condor, we were able to improve optimization turnaround by an order of magnitude. We present HTC principles and an introduction to Condor, as well as an overview of the UW Center for High Throughput Computing (CHTC), which serves, among others the Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium. For more than two decades the CHTC has been serving the computational needs of a broad range of research and production domains, including scientists and engineers from a wide spectrum of disciplines ranging from semi-conductor test harnesses to turbine blades and electrical machines. We conclude with direction for future joint work.

To read Proceedings, please sign-in.

Protected content here, for members only.
You need to sign in as a Regular JMAG Software User (paid user) or JMAG WEB MEMBER (free membership).

By registering as a JMAG WEB MEMBER, you can browse technical materials and other member-only contents for free.
If you are not registered, click the “Create an Account” button.

Create an Account Sign in 

Remember me
Sign In
Create an account (Free) About authentication ID for JMAG website

Search Filter

  • All Categories

Proceedings Archives