Ryan Bleile

Ph.D. Candidate
CIS Department
University of Oregon

Office:203 Deschutes


Ryan is a fourth year Ph.D. student in Computer Science at the Universty of Oregon. Ryan graduated magna cum laude from the University of the Pacific with a double major in Computer Science and Physics. Ryan also was awarded the Outstanding Graduate Award for the Department of Computer Science at UOP. He is currently working on research with Hank Childs, as a member of the CDUX research group. Ryan's research interests include High-Performance Computing (HPC), computational science, and visualization. He previously worked as part of the SciDAC SDAV Institute and has begun as a Lawrence Graduate Scholar at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, starting Fall 2015.

Ryan has spent five summers working at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory on projects ranging from studying dynamic mobile web applications, implementing features in a multi physics code, and studying Monte Carlo transport in a many-core setting. He is experienced in programming in C++, C, cuda, OpenMP_C, MPI_C, python, perl, javascript, html and css.

First-Author Publications

Accelerating Advection Via Approximate Block Exterior Flow Maps
Ryan Bleile, Linda Sugiyama, Christoph Garth, and Hank Childs
SPIE Visualization and Data Analysis (VDA), San Francisco, CA, February 2017

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Algorithmic Improvements for Portable Event-Based Monte Carlo Transport Using the Nvidia Thrust Library
Ryan Bleile, Patrick Brantley, Matthew J. O'Brien, and Hank Childs
American Nuclear Society (ANS) Annual Winter Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, November 2016

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Investigation of Portable Event-Based Monte Carlo Transport Using the NVIDIA Thrust Library
Ryan Bleile, Patrick Brantley, Shawn Dawson, Matthew O'Brien, and Hank Childs
American Nuclear Society (ANS) Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA, June 2016

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Other Publications

Advanced Computing Architecture Challenges for the Mercury Monte Carlo Particle Transport Project
Patrick Brantley, Shawn Dawson, Michael McKinley, Matthew O'Brien, David Stevens, Bret Beck, Eugene Brooks III, and Ryan Bleile
Joint International Conference on Mathematics and Computation (M&C), Supercomputing in Nuclear Applications (SNA) and the Monte Carlo (MC) Method, Nashville, TN, April 2015

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A Distributed-Memory Algorithm for Connected Components Labeling of Simulation Data
Cyrus Harrison, Jordan Weiler Ryan Bleile, Kelly Gaither, and Hank Childs
Topological and Statistical Methods for Complex Data, December 2014

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