Keynote Speakers
 
 

HiPC '99

Jack Dongarra
University of Tennessee
HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING, TRENDS, AND GRID BASED COMPUTING

Dennis Gannon
Indiana University
THE INFORMATION POWER GRID

Ambuj Goyal
IBM Research
HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING - TEN YEAR OUTLOOK

H.T. Kung
Harvard University
COMPUTER NETWORK PROTOCOLS THAT CAN GUARANTEE QUALITY OF SERVICE

Jay Misra
University of Texas at Austin
A NOTATION FOR HYPERCUBIC COMPUTATIONS

Burkhard Monien
University of Paderborn
BALANCING THE LOAD IN NETWORKS OF PROCESSORS

N. Radhakrishnan 
US Army Research Lab 
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY - THE FUTURE 
 

HiPC '98

Andrew A. Chien
University of California, San Diego and 
National Center for Supercomputing Applications 
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 
TECHNOLOGIES FOR BUILDING A TERAFLOP WINDOWS NT CLUSTER

José Duato
Universidad Politecnica de Valencia 
CRITICAL ISSUES IN DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF INTERCONNECTS FOR WORKSTATION CLUSTERS

Joseph A. Fisher
Hewlett-Packard Laboratories 
CUSTOM - FIT PROCESSORS

Raj Jain
The Ohio State University 
RECENT TREND IN NETWORKING INCLUDING ATM AND ITS TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT

Charles E. Leiserson
MIT Laboratory for Computer Science 
TEACHING PARALLEL ALGORITHMS USING THE CILK MULTITHREADED PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE

Keshav Pingali
Cornell University 
DATA - CENTRIC PROGRAM RESTRUCTURING
 
 

HiPC '97

Dileep Bhandarkar
Director, System Architecture, Workstation Products Division, Intel Corporation 
MICROPROCESSOR SYSTEM PERFORMANCE : BEYOND THE MHZ AND SPECINT HYPE

Mick Dungworth
Vice President, SGI-CRAY 
TRENDS IN HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING

George J Milne
Advanced Computing Research Centre, University of South Australia 
RECONFIGURABLE COMPUTING AS A SUPERCOMPUTER REPLACEMENT

Kenichi Miura
High performance Computing Group, Fujitsu Limited 
VECTOR - PARALLEL PROCESSING APPROACH TO HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING

Shuichi Sakai
Institute of Information Sciences and Electronics, University of Tsukuba, Japan 
SEAMLESS COMPUTING: INTEGRATING PARALLEL COMPUTING AND NETWORK COMPUTING WITH FUTURE PCs

Chung-Jen Tan
Senior Manager, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center 
THE IBM DEEP BLUE CHESS COMPUTER (DEEP BLUE'S HOME)
 
 

HiPC '96

K. Mani Chandy
California Institute of Technology 
DISTRIBUTED APPLICATIONS ON THE GLOBAL INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE

Oscar Ibarra
Univeristy of California, Santa Barbara 
EFFICIENT ACCESS AND DELIVERY OF IMAGES FOR THE DIGITAL LIBRARY

Greg Papadopoulos
SUN Microsystems 
WITHER MPP? A LOOK INTO THE FUTURE OF HiPC

Marc Snir
IBM T. J. Watson Research Center 
SCALABLE PARALLEL COMPUTING AT IBM: PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE
 
 

HiPC '95

Anant Agarwal
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
HOT MACHINES

Anoop Gupta
Stanford University
THE STANFORD DASH AND FLASH PROJECTS

Uzi Vishkin
University of Maryland and Tel Aviv University
THE PARALLEL SOFTWARE CRISIS - "THE PROBLEM" OR JUST A SYMPTOM?