EuroPVM/MPI 2006 » Invited Talks

Invited Talks

EuroPVM/MPI 2006 will feature keynotes of 6 high-profile speakers of the HPC community which will talk about the background, latest developments, trends and future perspectives for building and using high-performance computing systems.

We are pleased that the following speakers have confirmed their participation at EuroPVM/MPI 2006 (alphabetical order):

  • Al Geist
    Corporate Fellow, Group leader of the Network and Cluster Computing Group of the Computer Science and Mathematics Division of Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    Too Big for MPI?
    Abstract, Bio and presentation slides
  • Richard L. Graham
    Computer Systems and Software Environment (ASC) Program Manager, Los Alamos National Laboratory
    Approaches for Parallel Applications Fault Tolerance
    Abstract, Bio and presentation slides
  • William D. Gropp
    Associate Division Director and Senior Computer Scientist, Mathematics and Computer Science Division at Argonne National Laboratory
    Where Does MPI Need to Grow?
    Abstract. Bio and presentation slides
  • Ryutaro Himeno / Mitsuyasu Hanamura
    Director and Senior Researcher / Team Leader Application Software Group, Advanced Center for Computing and Communication at RIKEN
    Peta-Scale Supercomputer Project in Japan and Challenges to Life and Human Simulation in Japan
    Abstract & Bio
  • Vaidy Sunderam
    Samuel Candler Dobbs Professor of Computer Science at Emory University
    Resource and Application Adaptivity in Message Passing Systems
    Abstract, Bio and presentation slides
  • Katherine Yelick
    Professor of Computer Science at the University of California at Berkeley
    Performance Advantages of Partitioned Global Address Space Languages