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Tutorials Program

This year's tutorials program includes exciting new offerings presented by some of the worlds leading experts in high performance computing. The SC2001 tutorials program will span a wide range of current topics, including HPC clusters, Java for parallel computing, MPI-2, OpenMP, network security, data mining, computer architectures, and parallel programming tools, libraries, and methodologies. Several new topics will be offered based upon feedback and requests provided by SC2000 tutorials attendees. Some of the most requested presenters from prior years, with new and updated materials, will be offering tutorials.

SC2001 conference will be offering full-day tutorials and half-day tutorials. We have a total of 13 full-day and 14 half-day tutorials covering over 20 topics. 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 Tutorials-at-a-Glance table below for a list of this year's tutorials. Questions: tutorials@sc2001.org

John Grosh, Tutorials Coordinator
Department of Defense

Jeff Kuehn, Deputy Tutorials Coordinator
National Center for Atmospheric Research

Tutorials Committee

Click on each Tutorial for more details or
Click here to view the entire Tutorials Program.

SUNDAY, FULL DAY
S1
Introduction to Clusters: Build Yourself a PC Cluster NOW!
S2
Introduction to Effective Parallel Computing
S3
Practical Automatic Performance Analysis
S4
Java for High Performance computing: Performance and Parallelisation
S5
High-Performance Numerical Linear Algebra: Fast and Robust Kernels for Scientific Computing
S6
Sharable and Scalable I/O Solutions for High Performance Computing Applications
S15
High Performance Computing: What Role for the Individual Microprocessor, if Any
SUNDAY, HALF DAY, AM
S7
Introduction to Parallel Programming with OpenMP
S8
Understanding Network Performance
S9
The Emerging Grid: Introduction, Tools, Applications
S10
Mixed-Mode Programming Introduction
SUNDAY, HALF DAY, PM
S11
Advanced Parallel Programming With OpenMP
S12
Achieving Network Performance
S13
Data Grids: Drivers, Technologies, Opportunities
S14
An Introduction to the TotalView Debugger
MONDAY, FULL DAY
M1
Advanced Topics in HPC Linux Cluster Design and Administration
M3
Securing Your Network
M4
Using MPI-2: Advanced Features of the Message-Passing Interface
M5
Extreme! Scientific Parallel Computing
M6
Programming With the Distributed Shared-Memory Model
M7
Data Mining for Scientific and Engineering Application
MONDAY, HALF DAY, AM
M8
Performance Tuning Using Hardware Counter Data
M9
Benchmarks, Results, and Tricks the Vendors Don't Tell You
M10
Parallel Partitioning Software for Static, Adaptive, and Multi-phase Computations
MONDAY, HALF DAY, PM
M11
Performance Technology for Complex Parallel Systems
M12
InfiniBand Architecture and What Does it Bring to High Performance Computing?
M13
Cache-based Iterative Algorithms