Suggestion : Will we make "Workshop Paper & Presentation DB or links site" in this beowulf site,
Yoon Jae Ho
yoon at bh.kyungpook.ac.kr
Wed Oct 4 21:01:01 EDT 2000
There are many different workshop or Seminar was & will held in many countries.
but, In reality, many people in the world can't participate in those workshop or Seminar.
I think, for the people who can't attend in those Seminars, Will you put the workshop Papers & Presentation Files
in your homepages or in this beowulf (mailing list) site ?
I think, If we gather & make the so called "Workshop Paper & Presentation DB or links site" in this beowulf site,
This kind of collection papers is quite differnet approach from the e-journal which need more formal restriction than this
kind of freely discussion Workshop papers.
If we gather & make the so called "Workshop Paper & Presentation DB or links site" in this beowulf site, Many people
will be gather the information more easily & learn from them .
>From Yoon Jae Ho
P.S : I suggsted so called "Benchmark DB" like www.top500.org for the beowulf clusters few months ago.
but I don't see many progresses from this beowulf site.
Will you tell me who run the "Benchmark DB" now ?
and if someone run the "Benchmark DB", Will it be linked in this www.beowulf.org ?
or Will the www.beowulf.org (Scyld) make the "Benchmark DB" for the beowulfian in the world ?
If Scyld have any intention to make a "Benchmark DB" in this beowulf,
Will Scyld allow me make a korean Scyld Branch, and make a "Benchmark DB" there & link it to the beowulf list ?
----- Original Message -----
From: Kolbuszewski, Marcin <Marcin.Kolbuszewski at nrc.ca>
To: <beowulf at beowulf.org>
Sent: Thursday, October 05, 2000 6:01 AM
Subject: One-day workshop on building commodity clusters
> Cluster-building workshop
> High Performance Computing program at the National Research
> Council of Canada organizes a one day workshop devoted to
> building computer clusters out of commodity components.
> The workshop is targeted at scientists and engineers who
> use computing as an everyday research tools and are
> considering clusters as an cost-effective option for their computing needs.
> Representatives of the leading providers of Linux and clustering
> solutions as well as Canadian academic and government cluster
> users will share their knowledge and experiences.
> The workshop's website is at
> Marcin Kolbuszewski
> High Performance Computing Group Coordination Office
> Institute for Information Technology C3.ca Association
> National Research Council of Canada
> Rm 286, M-50, 1500 Montreal Road tel 613-998-7749
> Ottawa, Canada fax 613-998-5400
> K1A 0R6 e-mail
> Marcin.Kolbuszewski at nrc.ca
> One-day workshop on building commodity clusters
> 17 November 2000, Ottawa, Ontario
> National Research Council of Canada
> Sussex Laboratories
> 100 Sussex Drive
> Organized by the internal High Performance Computing Program at the National
> Research Council of Canada. Contact ihpc at nrc.ca for more information
> 8:45 - 9:00am *Opening addresses
> Dr. John Tse, Dr. Roger Impey, co-chairs of the iHPC program, NRC
> 9:00 - 9:45am Overview of Intel and Alpha based clusters
> Stephen Fried, Microway Inc.
> 9:45-10:30 Overview of high speed interconnects
> Keith Murphy and Tim Wilcox, Dolphin Interconnect AS
> 10:30-10:45 Coffee break
> 10:45-11:30 *Parallel computing on Linux clusters using Fortran, C and C++
> compilers and tools from The Portland Group, Inc. (PGI)
> Douglas Miles, Portland Group International
> 11:30-12:15 *Question and answer session with three invited speakers
> 12:15-13:15 Lunch
> 13:15-13:45 *THOR - A Multi-purpose Commodity Component Supercomputer
> Prof. James Pinfold, University of Alberta
> 13:45-14:15 *Chemical Supercomputing on the cheap: Cobalt cluster
> Dr.Serguei Patchkovskii, University of Calgary
> 14:15-14:45 *Application of Cluster Technology to BioInformatics
> Jacek Nowak, Plant Biotechnology Institute, NRC
> 14:45-15:00 Coffee break
> 15;00-15:30 Intel cluster with Wulfkits for CFD at ICPET
> Ron Jerome, Institute for Chemical Process and Environmental Technology, NRC
> 15:30-16:00 *Aerodynamic CFD Discovers Cluster Computing
> Dr. Jerry Syms, Institute for Aerodynamic Research, NRC
> 16:00-16:30 *Using PBS
> Dr. Gabriel MateescuResarch Computing Support Group, NRC
> 16:30-17:00 *Performance of Linux Clusters Compared to Some Traditional RISC
> Multiprocessor Systems
> Dr. Douglas Ritchie, Resarch Computing Support Group, NRC
> 17:00 Closing comments
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