Events

Feb 24, 2009
10:00 AM
Programming Models, Languages, and Libraries, and a Simple API for Specifying Very Large Computation
Ewing (Rusty) Lusk
Director of MCS, Argonne National Laboratory
Bldg: 360, Conference Room L119
Feb 23, 2009
10:30 AM
Towards Seamless and High-Productive Parallel Programming Environment
Professor Yutaka Ishikawa
Department of Computer Science/Information Technology Center, University of Tokyo
Building 221, Conference Rm. A216
Feb 18, 2009
3:00 PM
Optimal Response to Attacks on The Open Science Grid
Zhen Xie
MCS
Building 221 Conference Room A261
Feb 16, 2009
2:30 PM
eScience and the Fourth Paradigm
Tony Hey
Corporate Vice President of External Research
Ryerson 251
Feb 16, 2009
10:30 AM
Rethinking I/O in High-Performance Computing Environments
Nawab Ali
Ohio State University
Bldg: 221, Conference Room A216
Feb 3, 2009
10:30 AM
Systems and Open Architecture
Peter Henderson
Professor of Computer Science, University of Southampton, UK
Building 221 Conference Room A216
Feb 2, 2009
10:30 AM
Evaluation of Accuracy of Marching Isosurfacing Methods
Cuilan Wang
University of Alabama in Huntsville
Building 221 Conference Room A216
Jan 30, 2009
1:00 PM
Visualization and Collaboration Technologies to Support High-Performance Computing Research
Michael Papka
RI 405 (Research Institutes)
Jan 29, 2009
10:30 AM
Build and Test for Distributed Computing Applications
Charles Bacon
The Globus Alliance, The University of Chicago
Building 360, Conference Room L119
Jan 28, 2009
3:00 PM
The Manipulation of Carbon Emission Programs by Foreign Oil Producers
Todd Munson
MCS
Building 221 Conference Room A261
Jan 26, 2009
(All day)
Solid model based parallel mesh and more
Hong-Jun Kim
Midas IT Inc. and Narinsoft Inc.
Building 221 Conference Room A216
Jan 22, 2009
(All day)
Optimization of Grounwater Inverse Problems Using Proper Orthogonal Decomposition (POD)
Corey Winton
NCSU
Building 221 Conference Room A216
Jan 14, 2009
(All day)
Restricted Coloring on Restricted Classes of Graphs
Andrew Lyons
MCS
Building 221 Conference Room A261
Dec 17, 2008
(All day)
Nonlinear Least Squares: Unwrapping Blackboxes
Stefan Wild
MCS
Building 221 Conference Room A261
Dec 11, 2008
(All day)
Large Scale Monte Carlo Simulations of Cluster Nucleation Using Quantum Mechanical Potentials
Theresa Windus
Professor of Chemistry, Iowa State University
Building 200, Conference Room J183

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