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MasterWorks

Invited Speakers emphasize novel and innovative uses of high-performance networking and computing (HPNC) for solving challenging problems in the real world. This track highlights research-quality results that serve practical priorities. This year the MasterWorks track features Computational Biology, Computer-Aided Engineering, Computing Infrastructure, Time Migration in the Oil Industry and High Performance Computing in Hollywood. We hope that you find this track stimulating and that it expands your understanding of just how HPNC technology can benefit the larger scientific community and the general public.

Barbara Horner-Miller, MasterWorks Coordinator
Arctic Region Supercomputing Center

Click on each topic for details or click here to view the entire MasterWorks list.
 Tuesday, November 13
 10:30-Noon

Applications in Computational Biology and Computational Chemistry: Similarities and Differences
Computing Requirements for the Bioinformatics Revolution: Genomics, Proteomics and Cellular Machinery
 1:30 -3:00 pm
The Computational Impact of Genomics on Biotechnology R&D
New Wine in Old Bottles: The Use of Vector Processors and Fine-Grained Parallelism in Genomic Analysis
 3:30-5:00 pm
Computing Challenges for Structure-based Drug Design on a Genomic Scale
National Digital Mammography Archive
 Wednesday, November 14
 10:30-Noon
StarLIght: Optical Switching for the Global Grid
Evolution of Supercomputing Networks—From Kilobits to Terabits
 1:30-3:00 pm
Bringing I/O Scalability and Availability to Linux and AIX Clusters
Bringing Linux Clusters into the Enterprise
 3:30-5:00 pm
Scalability Analysis of Distributed 3D Prestack Time Migration
Computational Elements, Requirements and Tradeoffs for Imaging Normal-Incidence Seismic Data
 Thursday, November 15
 10:30-12 Noon
Computational Challenges in Computer Animation at Blue Sky Studios
Computational Challenges in Creating Volume Rendered Galactic Animations
 1:30-3:00 pm
SC Global: Celebrating Global Science
SCinet: The Annual Convergence of Advanced Networking and High Performance Computing
 Friday, November 16
 8:30-10:00 am
Modeling Approaches in FLUENT for the Solution of Industrial CFD Applications on High-Performance Computing Systems
High-Performance Simulation and Visualization in Engineering Systems
 10:30-Noon
Accuracy and Precision of Distributed Memory Crash Simulation
Systems and Software Technology for Simulation

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