Dr. Xiaoge Wang to speak on High Performance Computing in China --June 29th

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July 14, 2006

In this talk, the current development and status of high performance computing in Mainland China will be introduced. An overview of two projects, ChinaGrid and CNGrid, which are the largest development of China’s infrastructure for high performance computing, will be presented, along with a brief introduction of CERNET, the network that serves as the backbone of ChinaGrid. Then, a closer look at the high performance computing related teaching and research activities in Tsinghua University (one of the top universities in science and engineering in mainland China) will be presented. A summary of some collaborative projects with other institutions, especially those with institutions outside China, are also presented. Altogether, a picture of the current state of high performance computing at Tsinghua University and its potentials for further collaborations with Purdue University is drawn for the audience.

Xiaoge Wang is a professor in the Department of Computer Science of Tsinghua University. She currently holds the position as the Associate Director of the Center for Operating System and Middleware R&D. Xiaoge Wang obtained her B.S and M.S degree in computer science from Tsinghua University in 1982 and 1984, respectively, and her PhD in computer science from UIUC in 1994. Her research interests include software infrastructure and software component technology for grid computing, pervasive computing, parallel and distributed computing, as well as the development of numerical methods and software of solving the problems arisen from the mathematical model of applications.

Date: June 29th

Time: 1:30-2:30pm

Place: RAWL 2058

Originally posted: July 14, 2006