Update your Academic Profile!
Thank you to all our members who gave us feedback!
Winners of this member appreciation contest are listed below.
Have you completed your Academic Community Profile?
Excellent reasons to complete your profile:
- Tools Licenses! -- Make sure your current licenses don't expire and add Parallel Studios to your suite of Intel Software Development tools.
- Recognition! -- Receive 10 Black Points for completing the survey and a chance to be highlighted on the site. Be sure you get recognition for your participation.
What to do:
- You must be logged in and a registered member of the Academic Community.
- Complete the Demographic Survey.
- Tell us what resources can help professors teach parallelism to undergraduates.
Grand Prize of a MyPocketXP goes to:
Dr. Worwan Diaz Carballo, Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus, Thailand.
Dr. Carballo offered this feedback as the most important resources for teaching parallelism to the undergraduate classroom, "1. Successful Examples 2. Interesting Problem-solving assignments 3. Software tools 4. Good books and courseware."
Congratulations and Big Thanks to all our winners for their feedback:
Professor Joel Adams, Calvin College, Grand Rapids, Michagan, USA
Dr. Michael Boyd, Birmingham City University, England
Professor James Fastook, University of Maine, USA
Professor Paul Kelly, Imperial College, London, England
Adam Sampson, University of Kent, Canterbury, England
Professor Atul Soni, Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidyalaya, India
Professor Peter Trifonov, Saint Petersburg State Polytechnic University, Russia
Dr. Christopher Vickery, Queens College of CUNY, New York, USA
Professor Hui Yang, San Francisco State University, California, USA
Dr. Chengjie Zhang, Weihai Vocational College, China
Entries submitted between September 25 and November 17, 2009 were eligible to receive prizes and recognition. For details on this promotion go to the complete rules of the Intel Academic Community Appreciation program.
Gifts and Prizes:
The Art of Concurrency: A Thread Monkey's Guide to Writing Parallel Applications, by Dr. Clay Breshears. (value approx. $45 USD)
Looking to take full advantage of multi-core processors with concurrent programming? As one of the few resources to focus on implementing algorithms in the shared-memory model of multi-core processors, rather than just on theoretical models or distributed-memory architectures, The Art of Concurrency provides the knowledge and hands-on experience you need. You'll get detailed explanations and usable samples to help you transform algorithms from serial to parallel code, along with advice and analysis to steer you clear of mistakes.
(value approx. $179 USD)
The MyPocketXP* is a PC on your keychain that allows you to turn any PC into your personal PC. Run your Windows installation and your favorite applications from your memory stick. http://mypocketxp.com
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