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LabFest - Apr 2004 | Texas A&M


LABFEST #5: Workshop on Parallel Transport
Apr. 30 - May 1, 2004
Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

General Information

The fifth Workshop on Parallel Transport (aka LabFest 5) will be held Friday April 30 and Saturday May 1, 2004 in College Station, Texas at the HR Bright Building (Dept of Computer Science) on the Texas A&M campus.

This home page for the workshop will be the primary source of up-to-date information concerning travel information, workshop agenda, etc., and other information that may be of use to the workshop participants. The links below contain travel information and hotel and restaurant recommendations. If you need assistance with local arrangements (hotel reservations, parking, etc.), please contact Kay Jones (email: kay [at] cs.tamu.edu; tel: +1-979-458-0722).

Previous Workshops

Workshop Program


Friday, Apr. 30, 2004 (8:30am-5:00pm, Room 302 HR Bright Building)
Time Presentation
8:30 Food & drink
9:00

Welcome, purpose, agenda
   Marvin L. Adams, Department of Nuclear Engineering , TAMU

 

9:15

Overview & update of A&M effort
   Marvin L. Adams, Department of Nuclear Engineering , TAMU

(html , pdf)  

9:45

Overview & update of Sandia efforts
   Shawn Pautz, SNL

 

10:30 Break
10:45

Parallel repeatability
   Tim Smith, Department of Computer Science , TAMU

(html , pdf)  

11:15

LLNL Update: Iterations with old info
   Paul Nowak, LLNL

 

11:45 All
Noon Lunch
1:30

Progress report for the Capsaicin project
   Kelly Thompson, LANL

 

2:00

Partitioning and scheduling
   Ping (Ann) An, Department of Computer Science , TAMU

(html , pdf)  

2:45 Break
3:00

Software quality engineering for the Capsaicin project
   Kelly Thompson, LANL

 

3:30

Effectiveness of TSA with GMRES
   Jae Chang, Department of Nuclear Engineering, TAMU

(html, pdf )  

4:15

All: Unsolved problems in parallel transport


Saturday, May 1, 2004 (8:30am-12:00 noon, Room 302 HR Bright Building)
Time Presentation
8:30 Food & drink
9:00

Parallel Monte Carlo
   Steve Nolen, LANL

( Marv's quick comparison )  

9:45

Initial scaling studies, A&M code
   Tim Smith, Department of Computer Science , TAMU

(html , pdf)  

10:15 break
10:30

2D option in A&M code
   Alex Maslowski, Department of Nuclear Engineering, TAMU
   Gabriel Tanase, Department of Computer Science, TAMU

(html , pdf )

11:00 All: Discussion; next steps

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