Asgard   -  Program Beowulf Day Wintersemester 2000/2001
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Project descriptions.

Program

In the morning, there are four longer talks: one from each group (D-PHYS, D-MATH, Institute of Polymers, Guests). Each of these talks lasts 30 minutes (including discussion).

In the afternoon, there will be 10 shorter talks and a technical presentation from Intel. Since we have more than 10 projects, we made a choice based on CPU time consumption in the last 6 months.

After the talks, there will be the user meeting, where the users are invited to ask questions (the responsibles of the cluster, the administration and other users will answer them).

Room

HG F33.1

Timetable

TimeSpeakerTitle
0900 - 0915 Greeting, Introduction
0915 - 0945 Dr. Adrian Biland
D-PHYS
Cluster-Computing in Particle Physics
0945 - 1015 Prof. Kai Nagel
Guests
Traffic simulations
1015 - 1030 Break (coffee etc. sponsered by Intel) brought to the room F33.1
1030 - 1100 Dr. Iliya Karlin
IfP
Polymer physics at ETH
1100 - 1130 Prof. Rolf Jeltsch
D-MATH
Simulations of High Intense Particle Beams in Accelerators
1130 - 1300  
Lunch
 
1300 - 1315 Dr. Wesley P. Petersen Beowulf as an education machine for parallel computing
1315 - 1330 Dr. Kester Smith Dynamics of Free-floating Planets in Stellar Clusters
1330 - 1345 Peter Messmer Kinetic Simulation of Solar Plasmas
1345 - 1400 Prof. Jörg Waldvogel Parallelization of Low-Communication Processes
1400 - 1430
Intel
IA-32 [Pentium(r) III, Pentium(r) 4], IA-64 [Itanium(tm)], Roadmap, Linux und Clustering
1430 - 1500 Break (coffee etc. sponsered by Intel) in the clock hall (near elevator 60)
1500 - 1515 Gianluca Interlandi Soliton's Dissipation Through Emission Of Radiation
1515 - 1530 Renzo Ramelli Monte Carlo Simulation of the L3+C Experiment at CERN
1530 - 1545 Prof. Matthias Troyer Parallel Simulation of Quantum Systems
1545 - 1600 Guido Schmid Quantum Phase Transitions in Bosonic Systems
1600 - 1615 Andreas Läuchli Exact Diagonalization Studies of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems
1615 - 1630 Carsten Honerkamp Renormalization Group Study of Strongly Interacting Systems
1630 - 1635 Break
1635 - 1700 User meeting

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