Future Trends in Supercomputing Performance

Wednesday, October 11, 2006 - 17:30
TH 331
Dan Gunter, Lawrence Berkeley National Labs
We will begin a brief overview of supercomputing with a focus on its use for scientific computing such as supernova simulations, nanoscale materials modeling, and climate modeling. From there, we will look at some specific examples and results from performance modeling and analysis of some real parallel codes that were run on the supercomputers at NERSC (Berkeley Lab) and elsewhere.

Dan Gunter is a Computer Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL). He has been working at LBNL since 1999, when he was a student intern still finishing his M.S. in Computer Science at SFSU.