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Biography
Michael Mascagni is professor of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Scientific Computing at Florida State University, and a Faculty Appointee at the National Institute for Standards and Technology. He is also a ACM Distinguished Scientist.His expertise is in numerical and scientific computing, especially in stochastic computing. In particular, he is an expert in Monte Carlo methods and random number generation and their applications to scientific problems and their implementation on high performance computing (HPC) architectures. His work on random number generation, and the Scalable Parallel Random Number Generators (SPRNG) library has included consideration of the reproducibility of random number streams when computations occur in diverse HPC environments. SPRNG is absolutely reproducible on distributed memory parallel machines, but the notion of reproducibility has had to be modified for multicore and accelerator based architectures. This motivated his interest in the general problem of numerical reproducibility for HPC systems, especially at the Exascale.
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