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    The 5th International Conference On Linux Clusters: The HPC Revolution 2004
    Monday April 26 2004 @ 06:03PM EDT

    THE 5th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LINUX CLUSTERS: THE HPC REVOLUTION 2004

    BUILDING THE LINUX HIGH-PERFORMANCE CLUSTER COMMUNITY

    Tutorials May 17, 2004
    Conference May 18-20, 2004
    Texas Advanced Computing Center
    The University of Texas at Austin

    LATE REGISTRATION ENDS APRIL 30th
    http://www.linuxclustersinstitute.org/Linux-HPC-Revolution/

    The HPC Revolution 2004 is the premier international forum designed to foster interactions among people who are working with Linux Clusters. From May 17-20, 2004, users, researchers, vendors, and developers of Linux clusters will gather in Austin at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to learn about the latest hardware and software developments and current research, while helping others by sharing knowledge and experiences.

    TUTORIALS

    - "Clustermatic: An Innovative Approach to Simplified Cluster Computing" presented by Gregory Watson, Los Alamos National Lab
    - "Performance Tools" presented by Shirley Moore, University of Tennessee
    - "LCI Applications Tutorial: IA32, IA64 and Opteron Architecture and Programming Techniques for the Performance Programmer" presented by Dr. David Klepacki and John Towns

    CONFERENCE SPEAKERS

    Keynote speakers are:

    - David Jursik, V. P. of IBM Worldwide Deep Computing Sales - Dr. Reza Rooholamini, Director of Enterprise Solutions, Dell Product Group - Brian Ropers-Huilman, Manager of HPC Operations, Center for Computation and Technology, LSU

    Technical presentations include:

    - "A Failure Predictive and Policy-Based High Availability Strategy for Linux High Performance Computing Cluster" – Chokchai Leangsuksu, LTU
    - "Unified Heterogeneous HPCC Hardware Management Framework" – Yung-Chin Fang, Dell
    - "Performance Analysis of a Hybrid Parallel Linear Algebra kernel" – Sue Goudy, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
    - "Benchmarking parallel I/O performance for Computational Fluid Dynamics applications" - Thomas Hauser, Utah State University
    - "A NIC-offload Implementation of Portals for Quadrics QsNet" – Kevin Pedretti, Sandia National Laboratories
    - "In Search of Clusters for High Performance Computing Education" – Paul Gray, University of Northern Iowa
    - "Performance Characteristics of Dual Processor HPC Systems Based on 64-bit Commodity Processors" – Avijit Purkayastha, TACC/University of Texas
    - "Automating the Large-Scale Collection and Analysis of Performance Data on linux Clusters" – Shirley Moore, University of Tennessee
    - "ON Demand Storage: An Analysis of PVFS, GPFS, and Lustre" - Martin W. Margo, SDSC
    - "Future Directions of Cluster Software" – James Laros, Sandia National Laboratories
    - "Overcoming the gap between peak and achievable performance in HPC" - Amar Shan, OctigaBay Systems
    - "High Performance computing: Past, Present, and Future" - Bruce Moxon, Panasas
    - "Automatic Software Updates on heterogeneous Clusters with STACI" - Michael Shuey, Purdue University

    Register now to take advantage of the special late registration offer available until April 30, 2004. For detailed information about the conference and registration, please see the conference web site at: http://www.linuxclustersinstitute.org/Linux-HPC-Revolution/

    Sponsors of the 5th International Conference on Linux Clusters:

    - The National Computational Science Alliance (Alliance)
    - Sandia National Laboratories' Computer Science Research Institute (CSRI)
    - Dell Inc.
    - IBM
    - Los Alamos National Laboratory's Computer Science Institute (LACSI)
    - Myricom
    - HPCwire
    - LinuxHPC.org
    - Linux Journal

    Plan to attend the 5th International Conference on Linux Clusters and invite your colleagues to join you.

    The HPC Revolution is designed to help strengthen the Linux HP cluster community.

    http://www.linuxclustersinstitute.org/schedule.html

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