Emerging Technologies: Rust in HPC

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  • eurocc_cfd

    CFD code in Rust, C, and Fortran

    Here is the github provided by the author: https://github.com/lmoran94/eurocc_cfd

  • SciPy

    SciPy library main repository

    if that makes your eyes bleed, what do you think about this? https://github.com/scipy/scipy/blob/main/scipy/special/specfun/specfun.f (heh)


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  • rustpde-mpi

    Spectral method direct numerical simulations package with mpi support

    The report is somewhat in line with my experience. Rayon is ok for a few threads (<50), beyond that the execution time doesn't really scale well anymore unfortunately. This is too little for many HPC applications in fluid simulations. I had a fluid solver once parallelized with MPI and it had more or less optimal scaling for 1000+ processors and was also on par with codes written in C and Fortran, but I didn't compare it 1:1. Here is the mpi code. (It's a bit rough though and certainly not perfect) https://github.com/preiter93/rustpde-mpi

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