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LACSI Symposium 2001

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October 15-18, 2001
Sante Fe, New Mexico
Hot Chiles, Hot Systems

Agenda for LACSI Symposium 2001

Posters | Papers | Papers Continued | Workshops

Monday, October 15: Poster Presentations

  • Predicting Application Performance on Shared Networks Based on Measured Resource Usage
    Shreenivasa Venkataramaiah, Jaspal Subhlok, Amitoj Singh and Srikanth Goteti, University of Houston
  • Commodity Protocols and High-Performance Computing
    Patricia E. Gilfeather, University of New Mexico
  • Dynamic Detection of Streams in Memory References
    Tushar Mohan and Sally A. McKee, University of Utah; Bronis. R. de Supinski, Frank Mueller and Andy Yoo, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • A Generic Scheduling Simulator for High Performance Parallel Computers
    Andy B. Yoo and Morris A. Jette, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; Gyu S. Choi, Penn State University
  • Iterative Solver Benchmark
    Jack Dongarra and Victor Eijkhout, University of Tennessee; Henk van der Vorst, Universiteit van Utrecht
  • Measuring the Regularity of Array References
    Erin Parker, University of North Carolina
  • Numerical Class Design and Component Frameworks
    William W. Symes, Rice University
  • Object Migration and Task Scheduling in Cluster Computing Environments
    Paul Ruth and Ananth Grama, Purdue University
  • Parallel Solution of Time-Dependent Optimal Control Problems Using Time-Domain Decomposition
    Matthias Heinkenschloss, Rice University A
  • Pre-conditioning Scheme for Large Eigenvalue Problems
    Danny C. Sorensen and Heidi K. Thornquist, Rice University, Danny C. Sorensen and Heidi K. Thornquist, Rice University
  • Statistical Analysis of the Relation Between Low-level Performance Information, the Program, and the Environment
    Nayda G. Santiago, Michigan State University and Diane Rover, Iowa State University Terascale
  • Optimal PDE Simulations (TOPS): Building An Holistic Approach to PDE-based Modeling
    David E. Keyes, Old Dominion University
  • Translation of OpenMP to Parallel Program using SMARTS for Maximum Parallelism and Data Locality
    Tien-hsiung Weng and Barbara Chapman, University of Houston
  • Using the Min-Min Heuristic to Map Tasks onto Heterogeneous High-Performance Computing Systems
    Tracy D. Braun, NOEMIX; Shoukat Ali, Purdue University; Howard Jay Siegel and Anthony A. Maciejewski, Colorado State University
  • What's the Latency?
    Ping An, Mark Mathis and Nancy Amato, Texas A&M University

Tuesday, October 16: Papers

  • 8:45AM: Opening Remarks
  • 9:00AM: Keynote Address
    "The Explicit Numerical Prediction of Thunderstorms: The Unimaginable Becomes Reality with High Performance Computing", Kelvin Droegemeier, Director of the Center for Analysis and Prediction of Storms, University of Oklahoma
  • 10:30AM
    Compilation Adaptive Optimizing Compilers for the 21st Century
    Keith D. Cooper (Rice University) Devika Subramanian (Rice University) Linda Torczon (Rice University)

    High Performance Image Processing on FPGAs
    J. Hammes (Colorado State University) A.P.W. Bohm (Colorado State University) C. Ross (Colorado State University) M. Chawathe (Colorado State University) B. Draper (Colorado State University) W. Najjar (Colorado State University)

    Scalarizing Fortran 90 Array Syntax
    Yuan Zhao (Rice University) Ken Kennedy (Rice University)

    CHASM: Static Analysis and Automatic Code Generation for Improved Fortran 90 and C++ Interoperability
    C.E. Rasmussen (Los Alamos National Laboratory) K.A. Lindlan (University of Oregon) B. Mohr (Forschungszentrum Juelich) J. Striegnitz (Forschungszentrum Juelich)
  • 12:30PM: Lunch---On your own
  • 2:00PM
    Node Performance HPCView: A Tool for Top-down Analysis of Node Performance
    John Mellor-Crummey (Rice University) Robert Fowler (Rice University) Gabriel Marin (Rice University)

    Identifying Application Performance Limitations Associated with Microarchitecture Design
    Gary Rybak (The University of Texas at El Paso) Patricia J. Teller (The University of Texas at El Paso) Richard L. Oliver (New Mexico State University)

    Design and Prototype of a Performance Tool Interface for OpenMP
    Bernd Mohr (Research Centre Juelich, ZAM, Germany) Allen D. Malony (University of Oregon) Sameer Shende (University of Oregon) Felix Wolf (Research Centre Juelich, ZAM, Germany)
  • 3:30PM: Break
  • 4:00PM
    Applications Implict, Large-Scale, Parallel, 3D Simulations of Waves Impacting on Floating
    Vessels, S. Aliabadi (Clark Atlanta University) A. Johnson (Network Computing Services, Inc., Army HPC Research Center) B. Zellars (Clark Atlanta University) J. Abedi (Clark Atlanta University) C. Berger (US Engineer Research and Development Center) J. Smith (US Engineer Research and Development Center)

    A Virtual Test Facility for the Simulation of Dynamic Response in Materials
    Julian Cummings (California Institute of Technology) Michael Aivazis (California Institute of Technology) Ravi Samtaney (California Institute of Technology) Raul Radovitzky (California Institute of Technology) Sean Mauch (California Institute of Technology) Dan Meiron (California Institute of Technology)

    Scalable Spectral Element Climate Dynamical Core
    Stephen J. Thomas (National Center for Atmospheric Research) Richard D. Loft (National Center for Atmospheric Research) John M. Dennis (National Center for Atmospheric Research)

Wednesday, October 17: Papers Continued

  • 9:00AM: Keynote Address
    "General Purpose Supercomputers" - Burton Smith, Chief Scientist, Cray, Inc.
  • 10:00AM: Break
  • 10:30AM:
    Partitioning Generalized Multipartitioning
    Alain Darte (LIP, ENS-Lyon, France) Daniel Chavarría-Miranda (Dept. of Computer Science, Rice University) Robert Fowler (Dept. of Computer Science, Rice University) John Mellor-Crummey (Dept. of Computer Science, Rice University)

    An Experimental Study of Adaptive Application-Sensitive Partitioning Strategies for SAMR Applications
    Sumir Chandra (Rutgers University) Johan Steensland (Rutgers University) Manish Parashar (Rutgers University) Julian C Cummings (California Institute of Technology)
  • 11:30AM:
    Collective Operations High-level Language Support for User-defined Reductions
    Steven J. Deitz (University of Washington) Bradford L. Chamberlain (University of Washington) Lawrence Snyder (University of Washington)

    Performance Modeling For Self Adapting Collective Communications for MPI
    Sathish S Vadhiyar (ICL / U of Tennessee) Graham E Fagg (ICL / U of Tennessee) Jack J Dongarra (ICL / U of Tennessee)
  • 12:30PM: Lunch---On your own
  • 2:00PM:
    Grids and Security The Role of Computational and Data Grids in Large-Scale Science and Engineering
    William E Johnston (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and NASA Ames Research Center) An Inter-Realm, Cyber-Security Infrastructure for Virtual Supercomputing, Jalal Al-Muhtadi (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign) Wu-chun Feng (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Mike E. Fisk (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

    Playing Inside the Black Box: Using Dynamic Instrumentation to Create Security Holes
    Barton Miller (University of Wisconsin) Mihai Christodorescu (University of Wisconsin) Robert Iverson (University of Wisconsin) Tevfik Kosar (University of Wisconsin) Alexander Mirgorodskii (University of Wisconsin) Florentina Popovici (University of Wisconsin)
  • 3:30PM: Break
  • 4:00PM:
    Network Performance The MAGNeT Toolkit: Design Implementation and Evaluation
    Jeffrey Hay (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Wu-chun Feng (Los Alamos National Laboratory and Ohio State University) Mark K. Gardner (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

    Packet Spacing: An Enabling Mechanism for Delivering Multimedia Content in Computational Grids
    Annette Feng (University of Illinois and Los Alamos National Laboratory) Wu-chun Feng (Los Alamos National Laboratory) Geneva Belford (University of Illinois) Dynamic Right-Sizing in TCP, Mike Fisk (Los Alamos National Laboratory, University of California San Diego) Wu-chun Feng (Los Alamos National Laboratory, The Ohio State University)

Thursday, October 18: Workshops

  • 8:30AM - 5:00PM
    Tools for Performance Analysis of Large-Scale Applications
    Organized by Richard Barrett and Federico Bassetti, Los Alamos National Laboratory; Allen D. Malony, University of Oregon
  • 8:30AM - 5:00PM
    High-Performance Numerical Libraries for Science and Engineering
    Organized by Tony Drummond and Osni Marques, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • 8:30AM - 12:00PM
    Compilation Issues for Itanium Architectures
    Organized by Keith Cooper, Rice University; Rod Oldehoeft, Los Alamos National Laboratory

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