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James G. Foucar
James Foucar has been a software developer at Sandia National Labs since 2007, focusing on scientific computing, software engineering, and dev-ops for climate research codes for the last 6 years. He is the co-author of CIME, a common python-based infrastructure used by several climate models (E3SM, CESM, and UFS) and has developed E3SM's use of CIME to manage E3SM simulations and testing. He is also focused on code modernization, to port legacy codes to modern architecture, in order to better exploit on-node parallelism in a performance-portable way.
A Performance-Portable Nonhydrostatic Atmospheric Dycore for the Energy Exascale Earth System Model Running at Cloud-Resolving Resolutions
Extreme Scale Computing