News

October 05, 2018:

Parsl lightning talk at CASC Fall 2018 Meeting

August 23, 2018:

Ian Foster’s presentation on collaborative science with Juypter and Globus at JupyterCon 2018 highlights Parsl’s ability to scale science applications.

August 16, 2018:

Article describing how researchers at Argonne National Laboratory are using machine learning and Parsl to accelerate science. Read more.

July 24, 2018:

Parsl 0.6.1 version released with class-based configuration, implicit data staging, real-time usage tracking, and more.

July 17, 2018:

Parsl presentation at workshop on Geospatial Use Cases and Core Technical Capabilities

July 13, 2018:

Parsl: Enabling Scalable Interactive Computing in Python presentation at SciPy 2018.

July 09, 2018:

Parsl presentation at CHEP 2018 using Parsl for HEP.

June 30, 2018:

Parsl presentation and tutorial at workshop on Data Visualization and Exploration in the LSST Era

June 11, 2018:

Parsl poster accepted at Third RSE Conference (RSE 2018).

May 23, 2018:

Parsl seminar at Notre Dame.

April 18, 2018:

Parsl paper presented at IWSG 2018.

April 18, 2018:

Parsl paper accepted at IWSG 2018.

April 18, 2018:

Parsl abstract accepted for presentation at SciPy2018.

April 16, 2018:

Parsl 0.5.0 version released with Globus transfers, Docker containers, automatic checkpointing, and more.

March 15, 2018:

Catch our presentation about Parsl for HEP workflows using containers at CHEP 2018.

February 05, 2018:

Parsl 0.4.0 version released with automatic elasticity, multi-site support, and caching.

February 02, 2018:

Parsl presentation at UIUC/NCSA in room 1040.

November 22, 2017:

Overview: The Computation Institute at SC17.

November 17, 2017:

NCSA wins top supercomputing achievement and a best use of HPC in 2017 HPCWire Editors’ Choice Awards.

September 01, 2017:

We are actively looking for developers, postdocs, and students to help develop Parsl. Join our team.

August 29, 2017:

Extended abstract about Parsl published on Zenodo: Introducing Parsl: A Python Parallel Scripting Library

August 20, 2017:

Paper using Parsl accepted for publication. O. Sode and J. N. Cherry, “Development of a flexible-monomer two-body carbon dioxide potential and its application to clusters up to (CO2)13,” J. Comput. Chem.

June 19, 2017:

We are presenting a poster about Parsl at the Second Annual Crops in silico syposium and workshop

June 14, 2017:

Software Sustainability Institute blog about Parsl and Swift’s use in the ArcticDEM project

June 01, 2016:

NSF Awarded funding to develop a workflow ecosystem: SI2-SSI: Swift/E: Integrating Parallel Scripted Workflow into the Scientific Software Ecosystem