Simon is the lead software engineer at the CliMA project.
The JuliaHPC community as a group maintains the infrastructure for using Julia in high-performance computing. In this BoF we invite newcomers, application developers, and maintainers to join us for an informal discussion around the state of Julia in HPC.
PackageCompiler.jl has become the de facto method for creating standalone Julia applications. In this talk, we will demonstrate the use of
PackageCompiler.jl to produce shared library bundles. This functionality was added recently and allows the easy creation of location-independent dynamic libraries which can be linked to and called from C, C++, Rust, or other languages which can link to and use C libraries.
The ability to create shared library bundles was recently added to
PackageCompiler.jl. In this talk, we will discuss the technical details of the implementation and give in-depth examples of using the resulting shared library bundles from C and Rust.
This talk will cover ClimaCore.jl: a suite of tools for building spatial discretizations, primarily aimed at weather and climate modeling applications. It provides a high-level interface for composing multiple operators and functions, and are compatible with the SciML suite of differential equations solvers.