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This year’s tutorials include exciting offerings in new topics, such as mesh generation, XML, parallel programming for clusters, numerical computing in Java, and management of large scientific datasets, along with the return of some of the most requested presenters from prior years, with new and updated materials. In addition, we offer some of the full day tutorials as two half-day tutorials (denoted by the numbering with A and B), thereby increasing the number of half-day tutorials. We have a total of nine full-day and 15 half-day tutorials covering 20 topics. Attendees also have the opportunity for an international perspective on topics through the tutorials on large data visualization, cluster computing, performance analysis tools and numerical linear algebra. Separate registration is required for tutorials; tutorial notes and luncheons will be provided on site (additional tutorial notes will be sold on site). A One- or Two-day Tutorial Passport allows attendees the flexibility to attend multiple tutorials.

See the┬áTutorials at a Glance┬átable below for a list of this year’s tutorials. Detailed information about all tutorials can be found by scrolling further down this page.

SC2000 TUTORIALS AT A GLANCE

The following tutorials have been accepted for presentation at SC2000. Author and abstract information can be obtained by clicking on the tutorial number (S1, M1, etc.) or by scrolling further down this page.

SUNDAY FULL DAY MONDAY FULL DAY
S1 Using MPI-2: A Tutorial on Advanced Features of the Message-Passing Interface M1 Performance Analysis and Prediction for Large-Scale Scientific Applications
S2 An Introduction to High Performance Data Mining M2 Parallel I/O for Application Developers
S3 Design and Analysis of High Performance Clusters M3 Framework Technologies & Methods for Large Data Visualization
S4 High Performance Numerical Computing in Java: Compiler, Language, and Application Solutions M4 Computational Biology and High Performance Computing
S5 Performance Analysis and Tuning of Parallel Programs: Resources and Tools
SUNDAY HALF DAY – AM MONDAY HALF DAY – AM
S6A Mesh Generation for High Performance Computing
Part I: An Overview of Unstructured and Structured Grid Generation Techniques
M5A Application Building with XML: Standards, Tools, and Demos-Part I
S7A Introduction to Effective Parallel Computing, Part I M6A Parallel Programming with OpenMP: Part I, Introduction
S8 Tools and System Support for Managing and Manipulating Large Scientific Datasets M7 High-Speed Numerical Linear Algebra: Algorithms and Research Directions
M8 Parallel Programming for Cluster Computers
SUNDAY HALF DAY – PM MONDAY HALF DAY – PM
S6B Mesh Generation for High Performance Computing
Part II: Mesh Generation for Massively Parallel-Based Analysis
M5B Application Building with XML: Standards, Tools, and Demos-Part II
S7B Introduction to Effective Parallel Computing, Part II M6B Parallel Programming with OpenMP: Part II, Advanced Programming
S9 Concurrent Programming with Pthreads M9 Current and Emerging Trends in Cluster Computing
S10 Commodity-based Scalable Visualization M10 Performance Tuning and Analysis for Grid Applications