Hybrid MIMD/SIMD High Order DGTD Solver for the Numerical Modeling of Light/Matter Interaction on the Nanoscale

Abstract : This paper is concerned with the development of a scalable high order finite element type solver for the numerical modeling of light interaction with nanometer scale structures. From the mathematical modeling point of view, one has to deal with the differential system of Maxwell equations in the time domain, coupled to an appropriate differential model of the behavior of the underlying material (which can be a dielectric and/or a metal) at optical frequencies. For the numerical solution of the resulting system of differential equations, we have designed a high order DGTD (Discontinuous Galerkin Time-Domain) solver that has been adapted to hybrid MIMD/SIMD computing. Here we discuss about this later aspect and report on preliminary performance results on the Curie system of the PRACE research infrastructure.
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Stéphane Lanteri, Raphaël Léger, Claire Scheid, Jonathan Viquerat, Tristan Cabel, et al.. Hybrid MIMD/SIMD High Order DGTD Solver for the Numerical Modeling of Light/Matter Interaction on the Nanoscale. France. PRACE, 2015. ⟨hal-01253158⟩

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