IPDPS 2015 Industry Partners & Exhibitors
The following industry partners and exhibitors will be represented at IPDPS 2015.
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* IPDPS 2015 Industry Talks
RSC Group – 6:00-7:00PM, Tuesday 26 May
- Speaker: Alexander Moskovsky, CEO at RSC Technologies
Topic: Most recent technology developments like RSC PetaStream and related projects.
- Speaker: Mikhail Zhizhin, Chief Scientist of Space Research Institute , Moscow
Topic: New methods for high-performance analysis of Earth remote sensing data, with implementation on RSC PetaStream platform.
- Speaker: Rostislav Fadeev, Research Scientist at Marchuk Institute of Numerical Mathematics
Topic: A new, originally developed numerical weather forecast model for Roshydromet, where RSC Tornado cluster is used for atmosphere simulation.
Lenovo – 7:30-8:30PM, Tuesday 26 May - CANCELLED
- Speaker: Gaurav Chaudhry (Director, HPC Market Segment in Lenovo)
Topic: The Lenovo HPC portfolio of high-quality, secure products and services
Bio: Gaurav Chaudhry is currently a Director, HPC Market Segment in Lenovo where he manages the HPC portfolio which includes NeXtScale System, Software, and HPC Solutions. Prior to joining Lenovo, Gaurav was Marketing Manager at IBM where he drove the product strategy and road map for the x86 technical computing market segment. Gaurav earned his MS in Computer Information Systems from Florida Institute of Technology and MBA from Kenan-Flagler Business School at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
5:30 PM, Thursday 28 May - RESCHEDULED to 4 PM, Wednesday 27 May
- Speaker: Tim Mattson, Intel
Topic: Extreme Scale with Tim Mattson, Principal Engineer at Intel
Bio: Tim Mattson earned a PhD in Chemistry for his work on quantum molecular scattering. This was followed by a Post-doc at Caltech where he ported his molecular scattering software to the Caltech/JPL hypercubes. Since then, he has held a number of commercial and academic positions with computational science on high performance computers as the common thread. Dr. Mattson joined Intel in 1993 to work on a variety of parallel computing problems. This included benchmarking, system performance modeling, and applications research. He was a senior scientist on Intel's ASCI teraFLOPS project: a project that resulted in the first computer to run MPLINPACK in excess of one teraFLOPS.
Currently, he is working in Intel's Computational Software Laboratory. His goal is to develop technologies that will make parallel computing more accessible to the general programmer. This includes OpenMP, cluster computing, and peer to peer computing.