Georgia Tech, College of Computing, Computational Science and Engineering

HPC Seminar Series, Spring 2007

Monday's, 2-3PM, Klaus Seminar Room 1116 East

Coordinator: Prof. David A. Bader

Seminar Schedule
Date Speaker Title
Monday, 8 January Richard Fujimoto, CSE Chair. CSE Overview
Friday, 12 January Yousef Saad
University of Minnesota
Solution of large nonlinear eigenvalue problems in electronic structure calculations
Monday, 22 January

Santosh Vempala
Georgia Tech

Core-Dense Graphs and Hypergraphs
(This talk is part of the DIMACS - Georgia Tech Workshop on Complex Networks and their Applications being held at Georgia Tech on January 22-24.)
Monday, 29 January
Manish Parashar
Rutgers University
Addressing Challenges of Adaptivity and Scale in Parallel Scientific Simulations
Monday, 5 February
Michael Perrone
IBM Research
Cell Programming at IBM Research
Monday, 12 February
Xiangmin (Jim) Jiao
Georgia Tech
Dynamic Interfaces in Parallel Numerical Simulations
Monday, 19 February Allan Snavely
University of California, San Diego
Performance Modeling: Understanding the Past and Predicting the Future in HPC
Monday, 26 February
Ali Pinar
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Vulnerability Analysis of the Electric Power Grid

Thursday, 1 March
LOCATION: IBB Suddath Seminar Room 1128

Olga Troyanskaya
Princeton University
From microarrays to networks: integrated analysis and visualization of functional genomics data
Monday, 5 March Suresh Menon
Georgia Tech
A Multi-Scale Simulation Methodology for Turbulent Combustion
Monday, 12 March Matthew Woitaszek
University of Colorado at Boulder
Tornado Codes for Archival Storage
Monday, 19 March
Monday, 26 March   NO LECTURE
Monday, 2 April Rich Vuduc
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Autotuning sparse matrix kernels
Monday, 9 April
Ahmed Sameh
Purdue University
Parallel Numerical Algorithms in Computational Science and Engineering
Monday, 16 April Xiao-Chuan Cai
University of Colorado at Boulder
Scalable Parallel Solvers for Multiphysics Problems
Monday, 23 April
Alok Choudhary
Northwestern University
Challenges and Opportunities in an Information Dominated Age for Large-Scale Scientific Knowledge Discovery
Tuesday, 15 May
Bharadwaj Veeravalli
National University of Singapore
Handling Large Scale Biological Workloads on Networked Computing Systems - Potential for Divisible Load Paradigm

Last Modified: April 25, 2007