Gerhard Klimeck, Director of Network for Computational Nanotechnology, Purdue University
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Prof. Gerhard Klimeck

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Purdue University
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West Lafayette, Indiana 47907
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  • MS degree
    University of Cincinnati
  • Ph.D.
    Purdue University
  • German electrical engineering degree
    Ruhr-University Bochum
  • Ph.D. thesis
    Purdue University
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Gerhard Klimeck, a professor ...
www.prf.org, 14 July 2014 [cached]
Gerhard Klimeck, a professor of electrical and computer engineering and director of the Purdue Center for Predictive Materials and Devices (c-PRIMED), will give a presentation to the group, and history professor Michael A. Morrison will teach an introduction to modern American culture and history and will take the students to showings of several U.S. films.
Nano Nano | National Institute for Computational Sciences
www.jicompsci.org, 31 Aug 2009 [cached]
Luisier works with the Klimeck research group, headed by Gerhard Klimeck, the director of the Network for Computational Nanotechnology at Purdue University and a professor of electrical and computer engineering.
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That's the idea behind TFETs," said Klimeck, adding that "without machines like Kraken, we couldn't simulate these structures,"
TeraGrid [ News ]
www.teragrid.org, 18 May 2009 [cached]
Gerhard Klimeck's aim is not only to advance science and engineering in his own research, but to create modeling and simulation tools other researchers, educators and students can use. Thousands of them have done just that through NanoHUB, which among other things makes an educational version of NEMO 3-D available in a web interface.
NanoHUB is a TeraGrid science gateway, portals designed to make doing research on the grid easier. Production-level, stable service is critical to the success of the gateways, says Klimeck. They must be turn-key for end users who aren't computational scientists. Klimeck likens the situation to making computation as easy as making phone calls or driving cars, without being a telephone technician or an auto mechanic.
Overall, nanoHUB.org is hosting more than 90 simulation tools tapped by more than 6,200 users who ran more than 300,000 simulations in the past 12 months. The hosted codes range in computational intensity from very lightweight to extremely intensive like NEMO 3-D and OMEN. The nanoHUB.org site serviced more than 68,000 users in 172 countries with a system uptime of more than 99.4-percent. More than 44 classes used the resource for teaching. Klimeck said it has become an infrastructure people rely on for day-to-day operations.
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With NEMO 1-D, looking at nanoscale electronic structures was like examining a sandwich layer-by-layer for Gerhard Klimeck and his colleagues, first one slice of bread, then the meat, cheese, mustard, the bread topper, all uniform, just a few atoms thick.
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Klimeck's group also used TeraGrid resources at NCSA, PSC, IU, ORNL and Purdue University's Rosen Center of Advanced Computing's Condor pool, which draws unused computing cycles from idle machines around campus and elsewhere.
"These are extremely intensive calculations," said Klimeck, a Purdue electrical and computer engineering professor. "The more processors you have, the faster you can get your work done. OMEN should scale up almost linearly, he said. The idea is to eventually use it on the coming generation of petascale supercomputers, capable of breaking the barrier of a 1,000-trillion calculations per second.
Klimeck received an NSF PetaApps award for NEMO 3-D and OMEN development to make petascale engineering simulations for nano-electronic devices routine. He's already employed the software in multimillion- atom simulations matching experimental results for nanoscale semiconductors.
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"We're compute driven," said Klimeck, who also is the associate director for technologies of Purdue's Network for Computational Nanotechnology/ NanoHub.
"Both groups are highly competitive and ...
globalgoalsinc.com [cached]
"Both groups are highly competitive and leading in the world in what they do," said Gerhard Klimeck, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at Purdue, who has collaborated with both groups and was a co-author of the Nature Nanotechnology paper.
HPCNano07 organizers
www.hpcnano.org, 7 Nov 2008 [cached]
Dr. Gerhard Klimeck, Professor and Technical Director, NanoHub, Purdue University, USA
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Gerhard Klimeck, Professor, Technical Director of Network for Computational Nanotechnology (NCN ), Purdue University, USA
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