[lug] Linux Supercluster Users Conference

Wayde Allen wallen at boulder.nist.gov
Fri Aug 18 09:07:40 MDT 2000

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>                        Linux Supercluster Users Conference
>                        Sponsored by IBM ACTC, UNM and NCSA
>                                  Albuquerque, NM
>                               September 11-15, 2000
>                         http://www.research.ibm.com/actc/
>                          http://www.ahpcc.unm.edu/conf/
>Come hear leading innovators including Jon "Maddog" Hall, Dave Turek, and
>Dan Reed talk about the state of Linux, applications and performance. Find
>out about performance analysis tools that help make code run faster. Meet
>scientists and researchers and hear about their experiences running on
>Linux. Talk to experts about building high performing clusters.
>This user-oriented 5-day conference is aimed at sharing information on
>scientific computing techniques for Linux Supercluster users. The objective
>of this meeting is to help computational scientists and engineers develop
>applications to achieve maximum performance and scalability on Linux
>Supercluster systems.
>The Linux Supercluster Users Conference will be hosted in Albuquerque, New
>Mexico by the National Computational Science Alliance (NCSA), the Advanced
>Computing Technology Center at IBM Research, and the High Performance
>Computing Education and Research Center on September 11-15, 2000 at the
>Wyndham Hotel Albuquerque.
>Pre-Register by August 22, 2000 to receive a free conference shirt!
>    * Jon "Maddog" Hall, Executive Director, Linux International
>    * Dave Turek, Vice President, Deep Computing, Web Servers, IBM
>    * Dan Reed, Director, National Computational Science Alliance
>Monday, September 11
>    * Peter Beckman, TurboLinux, Linux kernel architecture
>    * Sunil Saxena, Intel, IA-32 and IA-64 architecture
>Tuesday, September 12
>    * Doug Miles, The Portland Group, Effective Compiler Utilization
>    * Mary Kay Bunde, Etnus LLC, TotalView Debugger
>    * David McNamara, Pacific-Sierra, DEEP/MPI Development Environment for MPI
>      Programs
>    * Werner Krotz-Vogel, Pallas, Vampir MPI Performance Profiling
>      Conference
>    * John Dorband, NASA, Original Beowulf Architect and theHive
>    * Jack Dongarra, UTK, ATLAS and Performance Monitoring
>    * Phil Mucci, ACTC/UTK, Performance Tools and Dynaprof
>    * Mike Welcome, NERSC, M-VIA and MVICH
>    * Rajeev Thakur, Argonne National Laboratory, MPICH on Clusters: Future
>      Directions
>    * Arthur B. Maccabe, UNM, Portals 3.0: A High-performance Message Passing
>      Layer Supporting Application-Bypass
>    * Dale Morris, Hewlett Packard, HP and IA-64
>    * Thomas Jackman, IBM Research, Project Vista Azul: The Development of a
>      Hybrid UNIX "Hypercluster" for Scientific and Visual Computing
>    * John-Paul Navarro, ANL, Experiences with Chiba City
>    * Charles Seitz, Myricom, Computing Clusters - The Architecture That
>      Scales
>    * George Em Karniadakis, Brown University, Direct Numerical Simulation of
>      Turbulence on PC Clusters: Fact or Fiction
>    * Steven A. Gottlieb, Indiana Univ., QCD on Clusters and Supercomputers
>    * Luis Lehner, Univ. of Texas, Astrophysics and Clusters
>    * Daniel Weber, Univ. of Oklahoma, Weather Modeling and Clusters
>    * And more...
>3-Day conference, 9/13-15           $225
>Conference plus 1 day of tutorials  $300
>Conference plus 2 days of tutorials $350
>Wyndham Hotel Albuquerque
>2910 Yale Blvd. S.E.
>Albuquerque, NM 87106
>Hotel phone number: (800) 227-1117
>Please tell the hotel that you will be attending the Linux conference!
>Register Now!

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