A Podcast for HPC Folk

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RCE an HPC Podcast


About RCE

 (C) Andy Caird

 Research Computing and Engineering, targets topics relevant to the High Performance Computing (HPC) and Research Computing communities. Please nominate a topic. Here is what has been nominated already. We need contact information also if available.

We hope that you enjoy the show. Please give us feedback, and let us know what you want to hear, or if you want to be on the show!

Brock Palen

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About the Hosts

Brock Palen

Brock Palen (C) Matthew Britt

Brock Palen is a High Performance Computing Administrator for the Center for Advanced Computing (CAC) in the College of Engineering at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. Brock has been at the CAC since Summer 2004 where his work focuses on user training, application support, and outreach. He is a 2006 graduate of the University of Michigan College of Engineering, with a B.S.E. in Nuclear Engineering and Radiological Sciences. While in school Brock founded MLDS-Networks, a business offering web hosting, consulting, and content management host/provider services.  He was also a member of the 2003 Michigan Solar Car Team.

Web Site: www.umich.edu/~brockp

Twitter: brockpalen

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Jeff Squyres

Jeff SquyresJeff Squyres is a software engineer for Cisco Systems, Inc.  He has been Cisco's representative to the Open MPI project and the MPI Forum since March of 2007.  His main focuses are HPC and MPI; he is a core developer in the Open MPI project (www.open-mpi.org).  Jeff works in the server-side software group at Cisco, and therefore also dabbles in other server-side and network-based datacenter technologies.  Jeff received both a BS in Computer Engineering and a BA in English Literature from the University of Notre Dame in 1994; he received a MS in Computer Science and Engineering from Notre Dame two years later in 1996.  After some active duty tours in the military, Jeff received his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from Notre Dame in 2004.

Web site: http://blogs.cisco.com/ciscotalk/performance

LinkedIn.com Page: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jsquyres

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