UPCRC Summit Presents New Parallel Research

3/18/2010 4:32:00 AM

The UPCRC Illinois Summit brings together researchers from UPCRC Illinois and our sponsors, Intel Corporation and Microsoft Corporation. Summit presentations showcase UPCRC Illinois' current agenda, research, progress, and collaborations.

Live streaming and live chat are available. Live stream and chat links will be activated at time of each presentation. Slides will be posted as they become available.

Summit Presentation Agenda

Thursday, March 18


Time Presentation Title Speaker(s)
9:00 AM Opening Remarks Marc Snir, Wen-mei Hwu
9:15 AM Oz / Tele-immersion Raoul Rivas
9:45 AM ViVid Mert Dikmen
10:15 AM Break  
10:30 AM kD Tree John Hart
11:00 AM Computational Videography Daniel Kubacki
11:30 AM Break for Lunch  
1:00 PM DPJ Rob Bocchino
1:30 PM Data Parallel Programming with Tiles James Brodman, Carl Evans
2:00 PM Gluon / Pyon / MCUDA Christopher Rodrigues, John Stratton
2:30 PM Debugging Concurrency Bugs Adrian Nistor
3:00 PM Break  
3:15 PM Bulk Architecture Josep Torrellas
3:45 PM Rigel Daniel Johnson
4:15 PM DeNovo: Rethinking Hardware for Disciplined Parallelism Sarita Adve



Friday, March 19


Time Presentation Title Speaker(s)
9:00 AM Scheduling on a Heterogeneous Platform: Power Implications Bruno Virlet, Xing Zhou
9:30 AM Parallel Browsers Sam King
10:00 AM Refactoring for Immutability Fredrik Kjolstad
10:30 AM Break  
10:45 AM Verification Testing / PENELOPE Madhu Parthasarathy
11:15 AM Closing Remarks Marc Snir, Wen-mei Hwu



About UPCRC Illinois
The Universal Parallel Computing Research Center (UPCRC Illinois) at the University of Illinois is a joint research endeavor of the Department of Computer Science, the Coordinated Science Laboratory, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, and corporate partners Microsoft and Intel. The center builds on a history of Illinois innovation in parallel computing that spans four decades. UPCRC Illinois is also one of many Parallel@Illinois efforts currently invested in pioneering and promoting parallel computing research and education.