International Conference on Supercomputing '98 Workshop Schedule

Three workshops will be held: All workshops will be held at the conference hotel, The Rydges Melbourne. Participants should register for these separately from the Conference itself. On-site registration is available.

High Performance PC Clusters
Sunday, 12 July 1998

Organizer: Yutaka Ishikawa

Session I, 9:00 - 10:30. Cluster Projects

ASCI Clusters
Curt Canada, Los Alamos US National Laboratory
9:00 - 9:30
A Design of High Performance Communication Library on Gigabit Ethernet
Shinji Sumimoto, Hiroshi Tezuka, and Yutaka Ishikawa (RWCP)
9:30 - 10:00
The Gardens Approach to Parallel Computing on NOWs
Paul Roe (Queensland University of Technology)
10:00 - 10:30

10:30 - 11:00 Break

Session II, 11:00 - 12:30. Cluster Applications

A High Performance ALPHA cluster ETL-wiz for scientific applications
Satoshi Sekiguchi and Osamu Tatebe (ETL)
11:00 - 11:30
LU factorization on PC-based SMP Cluster
Mitsuhisa Sato, Yoshio Tanaka, Motohiko Matsuda, and Kazuto Kubota (RWCP)
11:30 - 12:00
Parallel Protein Information Analysis (PAPIA) system on RWC PC Cluster
Yutaka Akiyama, Kentaro Onizuka, Tamotsu Noguchi, and Makoto Ando (RWCP)
12:00 - 12:30

The Global Grid
Monday, 13 July 1998

Organizer: Ian Foster
Application Level Scheduling
Neil Spring, Univ. of California, San Diego
APAN and Waseda Metacomputing Research
Yoichi Muraoka, Waseda University
Gigabit Testbed West
Joerg Henrichs, Research Centre Juelich
Transpac and QOS
Rick McMullen, Indiana University
DISCWorld: An Environment for Service-Based Metacomputing
Paul Coddington, University of Adelaide
Very High Performance Parametric Modelling on the Global Grid
David Abramson
A Scheduling Framework for Global Computing in NINF
Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology
LSA: A Distributed Component Architecture
Randall Bramley, Indiana University
The Globus Project
Ian Foster, Argonne National Labs and the University of Chicago

Computational Mathematics
Monday, 13 July 1998

Organizers: Markus Hegland and Michael Stewart,
Australian National University

Computational Mathematics provides the framework for many HPC applications in science, engineering and increasingly also in business. There is a growing community of computational mathematicians at Australian universiMarkus Heglandties investigating HPC algorithms for cryptography, optimisation, simulation and data analysis. The workshop will prove an overview of some recent research at Australian universities in HPC-related computational mathematics. The talks provide insight into new algorithmic developments, their interactions with computer architecture and the underlying mathematics.  
Markus Hegland
Computational Number Theory
Richard Brent
Random Number Generators
Paul Coddington
Applications of Constrained Optimisation in Statistics
Berwin Turlach
Finite Element Thin Plate Splines for Data Mining Applications
Steve Roberts
Alternatives for Parallel Krylov Basis Computation
Roger B. Sidje
Black-Box Implementation of the Algebraic Multilevel Iteration
Lutz Grosz
Fast Fourier Transforms
Markus Hegland
Stability Issues for Large Toeplitz Systems
Michael Stewart

Last modified: Fri Jul 3 10:32:40 EST 1998