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Georgia Tech/AFRL Computational Science Workshop on
Computational Science Challenges Using Emerging & Massively Parallel Computer Architectures

August 17, 2009
Atlanta, GA

Workshop Program

Klaus Advanced Computing Building
Georgia Institute of Technology

266 Ferst Drive, Atlanta, GA 30332

 

0815 - 0825

Opening Remarks, Co-Chairs:
  • David A. Bader, Georgia Tech
  • Ruth Pachter, AFRL
  • Guna Seetharaman, AFRL
  • Fariba Fahroo, AFRL

0830 - 0915

Douglass Post (DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program)
Promises and Challenges of Next Generation of Computers

0915 - 1000

Richard Fujimoto (Computational Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology)
CSE at Georgia Tech, and Ad Hoc Distributed Simulations

1015 - 1100

Justin Wan (University of Waterloo)
Real-Time Rigid 2D-3D Medical Image Registration Using RapidMind Multi-Core Development Platform

1100 - 1145

David Richie (Brown Deer Technology)
Computational Challenges in the use of Emerging Many-Core Architectures for DoD Applications 

1245 - 1330

Dimitri Mavris (Aerospace Systems Design Laboratory, School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology)
A Physics based Approach for the Design and Technology Assessment of Complex Aerospace Systems

1330 - 1415

Ben Bergen (Computational Physics, Los Alamos National Laboratory)
Early Challenges and Successes in Open Science on the Roadrunner Supercomputer

1430 - 1515

Ilene Carpenter (National Center for Computational Sciences, Computer and Computational Sciences Directorate, Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Petascale Science Applications at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory DOE Leadership Computing Facility

1515 - 1600

Tarek El-Ghazawi (The George Washington University)
High-Performance Computational Science with Hardware Accelerators: Challenges and Potential Solutions

1600 - 1645

David A. Bader (Computational Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology)
Accelerating Data-Intensive Scientific Applications

1645 - 1730

General Discussion
  Merle Giles (National Center for Supercomputing Applications, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Corporate HPC: The New Secret Weapon

 


Last Updated: November 23, 2009