Intel Academic Community at Supercomputing 09.
For all of those who were able to meet us at the recent SuperComputing Conference in Portland, either live at the event or live online -Thank you; it was great meeting you!
For those who could not make the event, this web page will let you see the scope of our activities and provide some great resources.
Intel Academic Community Sponsored a number of Talks and panels
|Tuesday, November 17||Friday, November 20|
|Teach Parallel: Developing a Curriculum for Parallelism
Moderator: Tom Murphy (Contra Costa College)
|Preparing the World for Ubiquitous Parallelism
Moderator: Dr. Matthew Wolf (Georgia Institute of Technology)
Teach Parallel! - Intel Academic Community & Supercomputing Education on Intel Software TV.Intel Software TVstreamed many of the keynotes, invited talks live as well as conversations with key attendees.
Other Videos and activities from SC09:
2009 SC Student Programming Challenge
Professor Ada Gavrilovska, Georgia Tech.
Andrew Fitz-Gibbon,Instructor, SC Education.
Dr. Shannon Steinfadt, Los Alamos National Labs.
The complete list of Intel panels, talks, BOFs and events can be downloaded: Download the Intel talk schedule, PDF (427 KB)
- S03: A “Hands-on” Introduction to OpenMP Tim Mattson (Intel), Ian Buck (NVIDIA), Mike Houston (AMD) & Ben Gaster (AMD)
- M13:OpenCL: A Standard Platform for Programming Heterogeneous Parallel Computers Larry Meadows (Intel), Mark Bull (Edinburgh Parallel Computing Centre) & Tim Mattson (Intel)
- BOF: OpenCL Overview Tim Mattson (Intel Labs)
- Disruptive technologies: a software response Tim Mattson (Intel)
- Early performance evaluation of a "Nehalem" cluster using scientific and engineering applications - Subhash Saini (NASA Ames Research Center), Andrey Naraikin (Intel Corporation), Rupak Biswas (NASA Ames Research Center), David Barkai (Intel Corporation), Timothy Sandstrom (NASA Ames Research Center)
- Scaling Performance forward, Bill Magro(Intel)
Intel @ Supercomputing 09 blogs:
- In the Company of Friends, by Tom Murphy. (Your invitation to the Panel Discussion, November 17th, 5:30pm, room C124)
- ScienceSim -- what could you do with a 3D internet? by John A. Hengeveld
- Subscribe to the Intel Academic Community blog RSS feed
Intel Academic Community Black Belts at Supercomputing 2009:
- Matthew Wolf, Georgia Tech University (Dr. Wolf's blog)
- Tom Murphy, Contra Costa College (Dr. Murphy's blog, @wolfmurphy on Twitter)