Research Gems provide an opportunity for researchers at SC2000 to present insights into the solutions of specific research problems in high performance networking and computing. This category of participation replaces the traditional Poster Exhibits, and will be prominently placed in the Exhibition Hall.
This year, the Research Gems will have special Open Houses Wednesday, Nov. 8 and Thursday Nov. 9, from 10-11am. Don’t miss this chance to discuss the posters with the authors.
A $250 award will be granted for the submission selected by the review committee as “Best Research Gem of the Conference”. This will be announced at the SC2000 Awards Session.
Adding OpenMP to an Existing MPI Code: Will it be Beneficial?
Advantages of Multi-block Curvilinear Grid and Dual-Level Parallelism in Ocean Circulation Modeling
Application-level Implementation of Asynchronous Methods in a CORBA-based Distributed Object Database
Applications of Parallel Process HiMAP for Large-scale Multidisciplinary Problems
APPMAP: A New Way to Predict Application Performance in Minutes
Automatic TCP Socket Buffer Tuning
Core AS (Autonomous System) Internet Topology
Dynamic Load Balancing Techniques for Improving Adaptive Mesh Refinement
Efficient Process Migration Mechanisms for a Heterogeneous Distributed Computing Environment
Enabling Technologies for High-Performance Computing Portals: The PUNCH Approach
Extending Quality of Service on the Grid: Gara and PBS
Extending the Portable Batch System with Preemptive Job Scheduling
General Portable SHMEM Library for High Performance Computing
HDF5: High Performance Science Data Solution for the New Millennium
Model-Based Integration of Heterogeneous Neuroscience Data Sources
Numerical Reproducibility on Distributed Platforms: An Accurate Arithmetics Approach
Parallel Programming in Java with OpenMP-like Directives
Policy Specification and Restricted Delegation in Globus Proxies
Rapid Design Realization of 3D Woven Composites by HPC
A Storage Broker for the Globus Environment – A ClassAd Based Implementation
STWAVE: A Case Study in Dual Level Parallelism
Two Levels of Parallelism for Models of Tracer Particle Transport
Utilizing Idle Workstations in a Scheduled Parallel Computing System
VG Cluster: Large Scale Visual Computing System for Volumetric Simulations
Visual MD: An Innovative Approach to Molecular Simulation
Visualization of Events from the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider
Visualization of Extra Dimensions from String Theory
Workload Characterization and Similarity Analysis of SPECcpu95 Benchmarks