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RCE SE: Student Cluster Champions 2010

Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with the winners of the Student Cluster Competition National Tsing Hua University.

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RCE 45: Supercomputing 2010

Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres muse about what went down at SC10.

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RCE 44: Grid Engine (OGE/SGE)

Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Daniel Templeton of Oracle about Grid Engine formally known as Sun Grid Engine.

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Daniel Templeton is the product manager for the Oracle Grid Engine product. He has been at Oracle/Sun for over a decade and worked previously as one of the Grid Engine developers. Daniel is a co-chair of the DRMAA working group in the OGF and an active Grid Engine evangelist. When not filling the role of jungle gym for his kids, Daniel enjoys playing chess and Doppelkopf. And occasionally, when no one's looking, he still manages to write some code.

RCE 43: PADB

Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres Ashley Pittman of the padb (http://padb.pittman.org.uk) project, a 'Job Inspection Tool' for parallel computing.

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Ashley Pittman (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) is the main developer of padb and has been leading the project since it started in 2003.  He has worked in HPC since he was an undergraduate and considers himself unusual in being a computer scientist in a field dominated by physicists and chemists.  His experience is primarily in networking and MPI, which has afforded him access to a wide variety of clusters from the small to the very large.  His professional interests include novel approaches to parallel algorithms and research into programming paradigms.

RCE 42: HPC in the Cloud

Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Nicole Hemsoth about her research on HPC use in the Cloud.

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Nicole Hemsoth is the Managing Editor of HPC in the Cloud, a publication dedicated to covering scientific and large-scale enterprise computing in the cloud. Nicole covers news from the world of high-performance computing with a distinct eye on how the space is being reshaped by virtualized and on-demand resources, bringing readers insight and analysis from some of the industry's leading figures. On the event circuit or from the confines of her office, which as of Fall 2010 is in the Greensboro, North Carolina area, she keeps the opt-in weekly newsletter list of over 35,000 well-fed with fresh, balanced HPC and cloud food for thought.

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RCE 41: ParaView Parallel Visualization

Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Berk Geveci, Utkarsh Ayachit, and Ken Moreland about ParaView.

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Dr. Geveci leads the scientific visualization and infomatics teams at Kitware Inc. He is one of the leading developers of the ParaView visualization application and the Visualization Toolkit (VTK). His research interests include large scale parallel computing, computational dynamics, finite elements and visualization algorithms. Dr. Geveci regularly publishes and teaches courses at conferences including IEEE Visualization and Supercomputing conferences.

Dr. Moreland leads the scientific visualization research and development at Sandia National Laboratories. He is the main architect and developer of the IceT parallel rendering library and regularly contributes to the ParaView visualization application and the Visualization Toolkit (VTK). His research interests include large-scale parallel visualization algorithms and exascale computing. Dr. Moreland regularly publishes and teaches courses at conferences including IEEE Visualization and Supercomputing.

Utkarsh Ayachit, is a technical lead at Kitware Inc. He leads the ParaView development team as well as is one of the leading developers of ParaView and VTK. His interests include parallel computing, application frameworks and collaborative platforms and web technologies.

RCE 40: XDMF eXtensible Data Model and Format

Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Jery Clarke from the Army Research Laboratory about XDMF the eXtensible Data Model and Format.

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Mr. Jerry Clarke currently leads the Computational Science & Engineering Branch for the US Army Research Laboratory at Aberdeen Proving Ground MD. He has over 25 years of experience in developing both open source and commercially available software as well as DoD specific applications. He earned his degree from Carnegie-Mellon University, has been awarded two US Patents, and has twice received the US Army Research & Development Achievement Award for Technical Excellence.

RCE 39: xCAT Extreme Cloud Administration Toolkit

Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Egan Ford of IBM and Vallard Benincosa of Sumavi. They took time out to talk about xCAT, The Extreme Cloud Administration Toolkit

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Vallard Benincosa is a founding engineer of Sumavi Inc, a company dedicated to scaled-out management of data centers. Part of the mission of Sumavi is to provide commercial support for xCAT and to extend its capabilities for the enterprise by focusing on ease of-use. Previous to starting Sumavi, Vallard worked at IBM designing, implementing, and supporting large scale cluster solutions including LANL Roadrunner, Toronto' SciNet, NASA, Honda, ARL, Lucas Film, Two University of California clusters, etc. During these implementations Vallard would write code that would eventually be incorporated into xCAT. Vallard holds an MBA from New York University and a BA in Computer Science from UC Berkeley.

Egan Ford started building Web and HPC Linux clusters in 1999 and was the chief architect for IBM's first large HPC cluster (Los Lobos at the University of New Mexico). Since then Egan has led in the design and implementation of some of IBM's largest systems including AIST, LANL Roadrunner, and the US National Science Foundation Teragrid (teragrid.org). Egan is the creator of IBM's first cluster management solution (xCAT) and co-author of two IBM RedBooks on Linux HPC.

RCE 38: IceT Image Composition Engine for Tiles

Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Kenneth Moreland about IceT, The Image Composition Engine for Tiles.

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Dr. Moreland leads the scientific visualization research and development at Sandia National Laboratories.  He is the main architect and developer of the IceT parallel rendering library and regularly contributes to the ParaView visualization application and the Visualization Toolkit (VTK).  His research interests include large-scale parallel visualization algorithms and exascale computing.  Dr. Moreland regularly publishes and teaches courses at conferences including IEEE Visualization and Supercomputing.

 
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