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The SC06 panels program focuses on controversial and timely topics, offering diverse points of view and an opportunity for audience participation. As in previous years, these sessions are expected to engender lively and even passionate debate.

Seven panels have been selected from the many fine proposals submitted this year. They span a variety of topics:

  • Multicore architectures
  • Reconfigurable computing
  • High productivity computing
  • Data intensive computing
  • High performance file systems
  • Grid standards
  • Digital data preservation

We encourage you to attend the panels to learn, question, offer opinions - and, along with the panelists, create controversy.


Wednesday, Nov 15

Time Session Event Chair/Speaker Location
1:30PM - 3:00PM High Productivity High Productivity Computing and Usable Petascale Systems Jeremy Kepner, Bob Lucas, Mootaz Elnozahy, Jim Mitchell, Steve Scott 24-25

Thursday, Nov 16

Time Session Event Chair/Speaker Location
3:30PM - 5:00PM Data Intensive Computing Data Intensive Computing Leslie S Perkins, Phil Andrews, Dhabaleswar Panda, Dave Morton, Ron Bonica, Nick Werstiuk, Randy Kreiser 24-25
10:30AM - 12:00PM High Performance NFS High Performance NFS: Facts and Fictions Garth Gibson, Paul Rutherford, Raju Bopardikar, Michael Callahan, Uday Gupta, Roger Haskin, Peter Honeyman, Mike Kazar 24-25

Friday, Nov 17

Time Session Event Chair/Speaker Location
10:30AM - 12:00PM Long Term Storage 100 Years of Digital Data Francine Berman, Robert Chadduck, William Lefurgy, Dan Atkins, Tony Hey 20-21
10:30AM - 12:00PM Multi-Core Issues Multi-Core for HPC: Breakthrough or Breakdown? Thomas Sterling, Peter Kogge, Ken Kennedy, Steve Scott, Don Becker, William Gropp 22-23
8:30AM - 10:00AM Reconfigurable Supercomputing Is High-Performance, Reconfigurable Computing the Next Supercomputing Paradigm? Tarek El-Ghazawi, Dave Bennett, Dan Poznanovic, Allan Cantle, Keith Underwood, Rob Pennington, Duncan Buell, Alan George, Volodymyr Kindratenko 22-23



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