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NJIT’s Ying Wu College of Computing Launches New Location in Jersey City

NJIT@JerseyCity is located at 101 Hudson Street on the Jersey City waterfront and, in addition to an ultra-modern learning environment, …

This Week in Neo4j

Our featured community member this week is Dr. David Bader, Distinguished Professor at New Jersey Institute of Technology. Dr. David …

Data science expert Bader looks to Fed funding for info analysis

By Evan Koblentz Data science has reached a point where techniques such as deep learning can beat humans at recognizing objects, …

The Chronicle of Higher Education / NJIT

David Bader Distinguished Professor and Director of NJIT's Institute for Data Science What is NJIT's new Institute for Data Science? …

Supercomputer analyzes web traffic across entire internet

By Rob Matheson, MIT News Office Using a supercomputing system, MIT researchers developed a model that captures what global web …

Researchers Set to Receive Two Innovation Awards at HPEC’19

Defined by the practice of aggregating power in an effort to achieve greater performance, high-performance computing (HPC) is …

Big Data Career Notes: September 2019 Edition

By Oliver Peckham In this monthly feature, we’ll keep you up-to-date on the latest career developments for individuals in the …

HPC Career Notes: September 2019 Edition

By Oliver Peckham In this monthly feature, we’ll keep you up-to-date on the latest career developments for individuals in the …

NJIT Professor Receives Facebook Research Award for Data Science

The director of NJIT’s new Institute for Data Science has received an award from Facebook to support real-world analytics research. The …

1st Algorithmic Breakthrough in 40 years for solving the Minimum Spanning Tree (MST) Replacement Edges problem

One of the most studied algorithms in computer science is called “Minimum Spanning Tree” or MST. In this problem, one is …

Future Computing Community of Interest Meeting

On August 5-6, 2019, I was invited to attend the Future Computing (FC) Community of Interest Meeting sponsored by the National …

HPC Career Notes: August 2019 Edition

By Oliver Peckham In this monthly feature, we’ll keep you up-to-date on the latest career developments for individuals in the …

Big Data Career Notes: July 2019 Edition

David Bader The New Jersey Institute of Technology has announced that it will establish a new Institute for Data Science, directed …

NJIT to Establish New Institute for Data Science

Former CRA Board Member David Bader will direct the new institute for data science at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT). The …

NJIT to Establish New Institute for Data Science

Continuing its mission to lead in computing technologies, NJIT announced today that it will establish a new Institute for Data Science, …

Faculty Showcase Parallel Computing Research at IPDPS 2019

Researchers from the School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) will present seven papers at the 33rd IEEE International …

Facebook Research: Announcing the winners of the AI System Hardware/Software Co-Design research awards

In January, Facebook invited university faculty to respond to a call for research proposals on AI System Hardware/Software Co-Design. …

NVIDIA AI Laboratory (NVAIL)

Georgia Tech, UC Davis, Texas A&M Join NVAIL Program with Focus on Graph Analytics By Sandra Skaff NVIDIA is partnering with three …

Bader Set to Return to Faculty, Research

(Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA. 8 April 2019) After five years, Professor David Bader has decided not to seek another term as the chair of …

SIAM Announces Class of 2019 Fellows

SIAM Recognizes Distinguished Work through Fellows Program Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM) is pleased to announce …

Solving Real-World Problems: 5-Minute Interview with David Bader

When David Bader started working with graphs 25 years ago, it was a niche that required designing specific algorithms and even specific …

Georgia Tech’s Leading High-Performance Computing Scientists Showcase Research Highlights at Supercomputing 2018

Georgia Tech high-performance computing (HPC) experts are gathered in Dallas this week to take part in the HPC community’s largest …

CSE Chair David Bader Named Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing

School of Computational Science and Engineering Chair and Professor David Bader has been named Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of ACM …

ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing Names David Bader as Editor-in-Chief

ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing (TOPC) welcomes David Bader as new Editor-in-Chief, for the term November 1, 2018 to October 31, …

CSE Chair David Bader Named Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing

School of Computational Science and Engineering Chair and Professor David Bader was named Editor-in-Chief (EiC) of ACM Transactions on …

NVIDIA Introduces RAPIDS Open-Source GPU-Acceleration Platform for Large-Scale Data Analytics and Machine Learning

NVIDIA today announced a GPU-acceleration platform for data science and machine learning, with broad adoption from industry leaders, …

David Bader on Real World Challenges for Big Data Analytics

In this video from PASC18, David Bader from Georgia Tech summarizes his keynote talk on Big Data Analytics. “Emerging real-world …

Massive-Scale Analytics Applied to Real-World Problems

In this keynote video from PASC18, David Bader from Georgia Tech presents: Massive-Scale Analytics Applied to Real-World Problems. …

The PlayStation Supercomputer

By Sebastian Moss In 1999, Sony was ascendant. Its video gaming business was its most profitable division, the PlayStation 2 was the …

Keynote Speaker at Lehigh University 125th Anniversary of EE

In April 2018, the ECE department at Lehigh University celebrated a huge milestone- the 125th Anniversary of the department! Alumni, …

"I Lost 50 Pounds Making One Simple Change"

By Jen Babakhan More than one-third of Americans are obese: We're facing a national crisis, and solutions are in short supply. Here's …

David Bader from Georgia Tech Joins PASC18 Speaker Lineup

Today PASC18 announced that this year’s Public Lecture will be held by David Bader from Georgia Tech. Dr. Bader will speak on …

CSE Explores the Boundaries of HPC, Data Science, and India

As 2017 drew to a close, several faculty and alumni from the School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) traveled across the …

5G will enable a new era of opportunity, says David Bader

Recently, David Bader visited India to give a keynote talk at IEEE International Conference on Machine Learning and Data Science at …

International Conference on Machine learning and Data Science

The Computer Science and Engineering Department (CSE) of Bennett University organised its first International Conference on Machine …

Bennett University, IEEE hold global meet on machine learning and data science

The conference coincided with the recent MoU signed between Bennett University and Nvidia, making it the first educational institute in …

15th Graph500 List Reveals Top Machines for Running Data Applications

The 15th Graph500 list – which ranks supercomputers based on how quickly they can build knowledge from massive-scale data sets – was …

Georgia Tech Awarded IARPA Contract to Evaluate Emu Technology System

Georgia Tech’s School of Computational Science and Engineering finalized a $662,525 contract for a one-year Intelligence Advanced …

Georgia Tech Partners with USC for $6.8 Million DARPA Project

(Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA, 10 July 2017) The Georgia Institute of Technology and the University of Southern California Viterbi School …

Forward-Looking Panel on the Future of CSE

By Karthika Swamy Cohen Where is computational science and engineering (CSE) headed? What new “grand challenges” will …

New Approach Seeks to Automate Parallel Programming

by George Leopold Artificial intelligence researchers are leveraging an emerging divide-and-conquer computing approach called “dynamic …

Georgia Tech Professor Helps Set White House’s HPC Agenda

Georgia Tech Professor David Bader, chair of the School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), participated in the National …

2016 IBM Faculty Awards

Latest Graph500 Ranking of Fastest Supercomputers Released by Leading Universities at SC15

The eleventh Graph500 list was released today at the Supercomputing 2015 conference (SC’15), with Japan’s K-Computer maintaining its …

Georgia Tech Students Named Finalists for Best Student Research Paper at SC15

Four doctoral students comprising two research projects in the School of Computational Science & Engineering at the Georgia …

SC15 Panel Line-Up for November 18

As data intensive science emerges, the need for high performance computing (HPC) to converge capacity and capabilities with Big Data …

White House National Strategic Computing Initiative Workshop Proceedings

The White House National Strategic Computing Initiative Workshop Proceedings is a summary of the workshop held at the Hilton McLean …

What Exactly Is a 'Flop,' Anyway?

By Michael Byrne Earlier this week, President Obama signed an executive order creating the National Strategic Computing Initiative, …

Better Decisions through Big Data

by David Bader, IEEE Computer Society member, and Chair, School of Computational Science & Engineering at Georgia Institute of …

World’s Best Supercomputers Ranked by Georgia Tech Expert

Two highly anticipated lists of the world’s fastest supercomputers were released this week, and Georgia Tech’s David Bader was behind …

IBM, Nvidia rev their HPC engines in next-gen supercomputer push

By Katherine Noyes, Senior U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service Hard on the heels of the publication of the latest Top 500 ranking of …

Accenture Awards 11 Research Grants to Leading Universities to Promote Greater R&D Collaboration, Accelerate Pace of Innovation

Accenture (NYSE:ACN) has awarded 11 research grants to top universities around the world to significantly broaden and deepen the …

David Bader joins Accelogic's Advisory Board

To reach our goals, we have assembled a Top R&D Team with several of the world’s most renowned scientists in the fields of software …

How to find the needle in a big data haystack

David Bader, professor and chair of the School of Computational Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech, delivered the keynote address …

HPC and Big Data: A View from the Corner of Science and Industry

David A. Bader, Chair of the School - Computational Science and Engineering & Executive Director - HPC, Georgia Institute of …

Bader gives Triangle Computer Science Distinguished Lecture

Triangle Computer Science Distinguished Lecturer Series The computer science departments at Duke University, North Carolina State …

Surviving Cyberspace

Making room for privacy in cybersecurity In this video, Anton explains why she disagrees with the Director of the FBI and the Attorney …

Why You’d Never Know Atlanta is Tops for Data Centers

By Jim Burress Office parks, like this one in DeKalb County, are one place data storage centers are housed. Chances are you'd never …

Google Can Now Describe Your Cat Photos

By Rolfe Winkler Google’s trained computers recognized that this is a photo of “two pizzas sitting on top of a stove top oven” …

Dynamic graph analytics tackle social media and other big data

By Rick Robinson A GTRI team consisting of (left to right) Dan Campbell, Rob McColl, Jason Poovey, and David Ediger is bringing …

George Michael HPC Fellowships Announced

ACM (the Association for Computing Machinery) and IEEE Computer Society have named Harshitha Menon of the University of Illinois, …

Researchers working on computers which can last 75 times longer

Researchers Georgia Tech are helping Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA) to develop an energy efficient computer that can …

GT Computing Flexes Power at Parallel Computation Symposium

Georgia Tech is putting forth a dominating presence at one of the premier parallel computation symposia this week in Phoenix as it …

ECE Alumnus Bader Promoted to Chair at Georgia Tech

Professor David Bader, ECE alumnus and founder of ECE GSA, is named Chair of Georgia Tech's CSE. Photo courtesy of Raftermen …

David Bader Chosen to Lead Georgia Tech's School of Computational Science and Engineering

Following a national search for new leadership of its School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), Georgia Tech’s College of …

College of Computing Picks Bader to Lead School of CSE

Following a national search for new leadership of its School of Computational Science and Engineering (CSE), Georgia Tech’s College of …

Alumnus 'HPC rock star' to lead Ga. Tech's School of CSE

Georgia Tech’s College of Computing has selected David A. Bader ‘90 ‘91G, a renowned leader in high-performance computing, …

For Google, a leg up in the artificial intelligence arms race

By Verne Kopytoff Google’s executives have long dreamed of solving one of the technology industry’s biggest riddles. How do you predict …

HPCwire Reveals the 2014 People to Watch

HPCwire, the leader in world-class journalism covering high performance computing (HPC), announced its ‘HPCwire People to Watch 2014’ …

David Bader Selected as One of HPCwire’s “People to Watch” in 2014

The College of Computing at the Georgia Institute of Technology, one of only two major universities to house its computing program …

Opening Up the Accelerator Advantage

By Tiffany Trader Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology and University of Southern California will receive nearly $2 million …

Creating an app store for multi-core

Until now the niche area of supercomputing was available only to those in national research laboratories or leading research …

Bader’s Love for Teaching Goes Way Back

It’s around 9:30 a.m. on a Thursday, and David Bader is explaining how trick-or-treating is connected to graph theory. “For example, we …

David A. Bader elected to IEEE Computer Society's Board of Governors

DAVID ALAN GRIER 2013 President George Washington University Elliott School of International Affairs 1957 E Street NW- Suite 401 …

IEEE Computer Society election results

Thomas M. Conte, first vice president for Publications and professor of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering at …

HPCwire Live! Atlanta’s Big Data Kick Off Week Meets HPC: What does the future holds for HPC?

Join HPCwire Editor Nicole Hemsoth and Dr. David Bader from Georgia Tech as they take center stage on opening night at Atlanta’s first …

Type 'S' for Suspicious

By Joshua E. Keating Jung Yeon-Je / AFP / Getty Images Government-funded trolls. Decoy documents. Software that identifies you by …

Six Can’t Miss Sessions for ISC’13

By Nicole Hemsoth Outside of the main attractions, including the keynote sessions, vendor showdowns, Think Tank panels, BoFs, and …

Understanding the Human Condition with Big Data and HPC

In this guest feature from Scientific Computing World, Georgia Institute of Technology’s David A. Bader discusses his upcoming ISC’13 …

Georgia Tech has High Participation in IPDPS2013 Technical Program

Georgia Tech's leadership in education and research came through clearly at the 27th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed …

The human condition

Georgia Institute of Technology’s David A. Bader discusses his upcoming ISC’13 session, Better Understanding Brains, Genomes & Life …

TCPP Outstanding Service Award

CRA Announces Four New Board Members

There are four new additions to the CRA Board of Directors. David A. Bader, Georgia Institute of Technology, is the new IEEE-CS …

The Era of Big Analytics

Emcien Corp. Taps Big Data Thought Leader Dr. David A. Bader for Advisory Board

Emcien Corp., a leading provider of pattern-based analytics solutions, announced today the addition of internationally renowned …

Emcien Taps Big Data Leader for Advisory Board

Emcien Corp., a leading provider of pattern-based analytics solutions, announced today the addition of internationally renowned …

Sequoia HPC tops new Graph 500 ranking of Big Data machines

By Joab Jackson The Graph 500 ranking of the most powerful supercomputers at handling Big Data workloads has been introduced to …

World's Most Powerful Big Data Machines Charted on Graph 500

By Joab Jackson, U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service The Top500 is no longer the only ranking game in town: make way for the Graph …

World's Most Powerful Big Data Machines Charted on Graph 500

By Joab Jackson, U.S. Correspondent, IDG News Service The Top500 is no longer the only ranking game in town: make way for the Graph …

DARPA awards Georgia Tech energy-efficient high-performance computing contract

Georgia Tech has received $561,130 for the first phase of a negotiated three-phase $2.9 million cooperative agreement contract from the …

DARPA Awards GA Tech Energy-Efficient HPC Contract

Georgia Tech has received $561,130 for the first phase of a negotiated three-phase $2.9 million cooperative agreement contract from the …

Who’s the Most Influential in a Social Graph?

Georgia Tech researchers say they have developed an algorithm that quickly determines betweenness centrality for streaming graphs. They …

Georgia Tech Develops New Graph Algorithm

At an airport, many people are essential for planes to take off. Gate staffs, refueling crews, flight attendants and pilots are in …

Who’s the Most Influential in a Social Graph?

At an airport, many people are essential for planes to take off. Gate staffs, refueling crews, flight attendants and pilots are in …

Data Analysts Seek to Make Social Media More Useful

It’s not easy turning the Mayberry Police Department into the team from CSI, or turning an idea for a new type of social network …

How researchers are letting us uncover secrets in social data

By Derrick Harris It’s not easy work turning the Mayberry Police Department into the team from C.S.I., or turning an idea for a new …

Data Analysts Seek to Make Social Media More Useful

By Derrick Harris It’s not easy turning the Mayberry Police Department into the team from CSI, or turning an idea for a new type of …

How DARPA Does Big Data

By Nicole Hemsoth The world lost one of its most profound science fiction authors in the early eighties, long before the flood of data …

Your Laptop Can Now Analyze Big Data

By John Pavlus Computer scientists from Carnegie Mellon University have devised a framework for running large-scale computations for …

Feds Look to Fight Leaks with 'Fog of Disinformation'

By Noah Shachtman Air Force One waits for U.S. President Barack Obama in the fog at London's Stansted Airport, Friday, April 3, …

Supercomputer Learns How to Recognize Cats

By Robert Gelber Search giant Google along with researchers from Stanford University have made an interesting discovery based on an X …

Graph500 adds new measurement of supercomputing performance

Supercomputing performance is getting a new measurement with the Graph500 executive committee’s announcement of specifications for a …

Sandia Labs Details Update to Graph500 Benchmark

Supercomputing performance is getting a new measurement with the Graph500 executive committee’s announcement of specifications for a …

How Many Computers to Identify a Cat? 16,000

An image of a cat that a neural network taught itself to recognize. Credit Jim Wilson/The New York Times By John Markoff, June 25, …

Sandia Labs Details Update to Graph500 Benchmark

Supercomputing performance is getting a new measurement with the Graph500 executive committee’s announcement of specifications for a …

Georgia Tech takes leading role in IPDPS 2012

The 26th IEEE International Parallel & Distributed Processing Symposium (IPDPS) took place May 21-25, 2012, in Shanghai, China. …

Georgia Tech Recognized as Charter Member of New HPC500 Group at ISC ’12

Georgia Institute of Technology will be recognized as one the 50 charter members of the HPC500, an exclusive community of …

IEEE to Award 14 Industry Professionals

The IEEE Computer Society will honor 14 prominent technologists at its annual awards dinner in Seattle, including the inventor of …

IEEE Computer Society to Honor 14 Technologists at Awards Dinner in Seattle

The IEEE Computer Society will honor 14 prominent technologists at its annual awards dinner in Seattle, including the inventor of …

CHASM Team Tackling Scalable Capability on Defense Application Requirements

Project CHASM, funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) as part of its Ubiquitous High Performance Computing …

Bader to speak in University of Delaware's Distingushed Lecture Series

Can diseases in human populations be detected and prevented? How many currents can one electrical power grid handle? Who detects the …

HPCwire Announces the 2012 People to Watch List

HPCwire, the most widely recognized and accessed news and information site covering the ecosystem of High Performance Computing (HPC) …

University of Maryland Distinguished Alumni Award

In 2011, The University of Maryland‘s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering established the Distinguished Alumni …

AAAS Members Elected as Fellows

In November 2011, the AAAS Council elected 539 members as Fellows of AAAS. These individuals will be recognized for their contributions …

Pentagon under 24 / 7 DARPA surveillance

Iraq, Fallujah: US marines from the First Battalion, 5th Marines, Bravo Company, browse the internet at camp Mercury 25 April 2004. …

Pentagon to monitor military emails for "insider threats"

By Trent Nouveau The Pentagon is kicking of a new initiative to monitor military emails in an attempt to detect insider threats. Backed …

Four Georgia Tech Faculty Named AAAS Fellows

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has named four Georgia Tech professors as 2011 Fellows. AAAS is the …

Pentagon to Develop Computer System to Prevent Another Wikileaks

The Pentagon is currently working to prevent another WikiLeaks situation within the department. Wired.com recently reported a group of …

Analysis tool would scan military e-mail for insider threats

A project funded through the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency would identify the most serious insider threats to security by …

Warning to Gossipy Grunts: DARPA's Eyeing Your E-Mails

Photo: D. Sharon Pruitt/Flickr If you don't have anything nice to say, then definitely don't say it, type it or text it over a …

SC11 Boasts High Georgia Tech Participation in Technical Program

Georgia Tech leveraged its strengths in high performance computing Nov 12-18 at the SC11 conference in Seattle, with a strong showing …

Big Brothers, PRODIGAL Sons, and Cybersecurity

By Julian Sanchez I wrote on Monday that a cybersecurity bill overwhelmingly approved by the House Permanent Select Committee on …

Georgia Tech Online Spying

Georgia Tech DARPA ADAMS leaders Georgia Tech DARPA ADAMS team Data collection environment When a soldier in good mental …

Sifting through petabytes: PRODIGAL monitoring for lone wolf insider threats

By Darlene Storm Homeland Security Director Janet Napolitano said the “risk of ‘lone wolf’ attackers, with no ties to …

System would monitor feds for signs they're 'breaking bad'

By Kevin McCaney Researchers backed by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency are developing a system than could scan up to 250 …

DARPA Scanner To Search E-mail For "Insider Threats"

By Claire Shefchik A new project from DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) and George Institute of Technology will …

Could the U.S. Government Start Reading Your Emails?

By John Brandon, Fox News Nov. 10, 2011: The “data collection environment” at Georgia Tech, where researchers use a …

HPCwire People to Watch 2012

David Bader, Full Professor in the School of Computational Science and Engineering, College of Computing, at Georgia Institute of …

Analyzing Data To Pinpoint Rogue Insiders

By Robert Lemos, Contributing Editor The hunt for technology to identify malicious insiders took off in 2011 with the research arm of …

Announcing Our Newest Rock Star of HPC: David Bader

At insideHPC, we are pleased to announce that David Bader is our latest Rock Star of HPC. “While HPC tends to focus on …

Detecting Threats Before They Happen

“We never saw it coming.” Those words often fall from the lips of victims or witnesses to incidents when a person takes the law into …

Georgia Tech Helps to Develop System That Will Detect Insider Threats From Massive Data Sets

Researchers at the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Army Research Office, and Georgia Tech are developing …

Georgia Tech Helps to Develop System That Will Detect Insider Threats from Massive Data Sets

Researchers from Georgia Tech are helping to create a suite of algorithms that can detect multiple types of insider threats by …

CODONiS Teaming with ISB to Meet Big Challenge: Managing Terabytes of Personal Biomedical Data

Seattle-based CODONiS, a provider of advanced computing platforms for life sciences and healthcare, has teamed up with scientists from …

Computing innovations to imitate, not replace, human brain

By Ellyne Phneah Innovations around computing are increasingly designed to imitate the human brain but the day artificial intelligence …

CSI to Host Two-Day Workshop on Data-Intensive Computing, Graphs, and Combinatorics in Bio-Informatics, Finance, Linguistics, and National Security

By Carlo Alaimo An artist’s rendering of a proposed Interdisciplinary High Performance Computation Center, part of the CSI Master …

Department Status for CSE at Georgia Tech

The Georgia Institute of Technology inaugurated its School of Computational Science and Engineering at a convocation in February. The …

Computational Nanogami: RNA Sequence Search Stretches Across Georgia Tech Boundaries

Back in 2009, Josh Anderson didn’t know much about biology. But he knew that a summer undergraduate research assistantship working on …

Genomics on the Petascale

As a new era centered on human health dawns around the world, the life sciences — accelerated by the tremendous bloom of genomics — are …

Tougher rating system evaluates nine supercomputer capabilities

Nine supercomputers have been tested, validated and ranked by the new “Graph500” challenge, first introduced this week by …

Georgia Tech Keeps Sights Set On Exascale at SC10

The road to exascale computing is a long one, but the Georgia Institute of Technology, a leader in high-performance computing (HPC) …

Georgia Tech Keeps Sights Set On Exascale at SC10

The road to exascale computing is a long one, but the Georgia Institute of Technology, a leader in high-performance computing (HPC) …

Georgia Tech engaged in $100 million next-generation high-performance computing initiative

Imagine that one of the world's most powerful high performance computers could be packed into a single rack just 24 inches wide and …

Georgia Tech Engaged in $100 Million DARPA Program to Develop Next Generation of High Performance Computers

Imagine that one of the world's most powerful high performance computers could be packed into a single rack just 24 inches wide and …

Supercomputing Meets Social Media

In supercomputing these days, it's usually the big science applications (astrophysics, climate simulations, earthquake predictions and …

Supercomputer Digests Twitter in Real-Time

By Christopher Mims Determining the most influential users of Twitter is probably not what the creators of the Cray XMT supercomputer …

NVIDIA Names GATech CUDA Center of Excellence

NVIDIA announced today that they have officially named Georgia Institute of Technology a CUDA Center of Excellence. Jeff Vetter, joint …

NVIDIA Expands CUDA Developer Ecosystem With New CUDA Research and Teaching Centers in the U.S., Canada and Europe

NVIDIA today announced the addition of new research and educational centers dedicated to leveraging the immense processing power of …

NVIDIA Names Georgia Institute of Technology a CUDA Center of Excellence

NVIDIA today recognized Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) as a CUDA Center of Excellence. One of the world's premier …

Burrowing into the bran tub

DARPA Sets Ubiquitous HPC Program in Motion

By Michael Feldman The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has selected four “performers” to develop prototype systems …

DARPA Developing ExtremeScale Supercomputer System

Advanced computing is the backbone of the Department of Defense and of critical strategic importance to our nation’s defense. All DoD …

High Performance Computational Life Sciences at ISC'10

‘Life Sciences’ is becoming a strategic discipline at the frontier between Molecular Biology and Computer Science, …

Georgia Tech launches institute for data and high performance computing

by Rick Smith Georgia Institute of Technology has launched the Georgia Tech Institute for Data and High Performance Computing (IDH) in …

Georgia Tech Creates Institute for Data and High Performance Computing Research

Today the Georgia Institute of Technology Office of the Provost announced the formation of the Georgia Tech Institute for Data and High …

Georgia Tech Creates Institute for Data and High Performance Computing Research

Today the Georgia Institute of Technology Office of the Provost announced the formation of the Georgia Tech Institute for Data and High …

ISC'10 Announces Four Special Sessions

The 25th International Supercomputing Conference – ISC'10 – the leading HPC event in 2010, introduces four new special …

The supercomputer on your desktop

By John Brandon High-performance computing (HPC) has almost always required a supercomputer – one of those room-size monoliths …

A niche social network for researchers

By Therese Poletti, Columnist Entrepreneur Ijad Madisch initially wanted to be a virologist and studied how to stop certain viruses in …

GRAPPAling with evolutionary history

By Miriam Boon, iSGTW This figure illustrates how gene order changes among the eight species. Each thin line represents a single …

Five Georgia Tech Faculty Members Elected as IEEE Fellows

The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of only six U.S. universities to have five of its faculty members elevated to the rank of …

Why Does the Air Force Want Thousands of PlayStations?

By KI MAE HEUSSNER Guess what's on the U.S. Air Force's wish list this holiday season. Sony's popular PlayStation 3 gaming console. …

CS Members Elevated to Fellows

Seventy IEEE Computer Society members will be elevated to IEEE Fellow grade in 2010. The grade of Fellow recognizes unusual distinction …

Nuke labs show the future of hybrid computing

By Timothy Prickett Morgan The Hybrid Multicore Consortium is on a mission that perhaps all of computing - on the desktop and in the …

NSF Awards $1M to Support Petascale Computational Tools for Genome Rearrangement Research

The National Science Foundation has funded three research teams under a four-year $1 million project to help ensure that certain …

NSF Funds Genomics Petascale Project

By Matthew Dublin A team of researchers led by Georgia Tech's David Bader are poised to bring genomic evolution to petascale heights. …

NSF Funds Petascale Algorithms for Genomic Relatedness Research

Scientists at three universities will use funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act to develop computational biology …

Petascale computing tools could provide deeper insight into genomic evolution

Technological advances in high-throughput DNA sequencing have opened up the possibility of determining how living things are related by …

Georgia Tech focuses on experimental systems and computational sciences at SC09

The Georgia Institute of Technology, an emerging leader in high-performance computing research and education, will be showcasing …

Book Review: Petascale Computing: Algorithms and Applications

By John E. West, for HPCwire Petascale Computing: Algorithms and Applications, edited by David A. Bader (Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2007), …

Petascale Coming Down the Pike

By Matthew Dublin Given the combination of the everincreasing power of compute hardware and researchers’ desire to unlock the mysteries …

Computer Science and Engineering Grad Student Wins Best Poster

Kamesh Madduri won the best poster award in the Ph. D. Forum at the 22nd IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing …

Multicore and Parallelism: Catching Up

By Jonathan Erickson David Bader is Executive Director of High-Performance Computing in the College of Computing at Georgia Institute …

PlayStation 3 Processor Speeds Financial-Risk Calculation

By Samuel K. Moore Of the many things that have gone wrong on Wall Street this past year, the use and misuse of computational …

Georgia Tech Enters the Spotlight at SC08

The Georgia Institute of Technology, an emerging leader in highperformance computing research and education, will command a significant …

Executive Guide to SC08: Tuesday

By Michael Feldman Tuesday marks the first full day of the conference technical program. This year’s conference keynote will be given …

How the Large Hadron Collider Might Change the Web

By Mark Anderson When the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) begins smashing protons together this fall inside its 17-mile- (27-kilometer-) …

Supercomputing: New Processor Architecture Holds Promise for Protein, Gene Studies

A supercomputing architecture that first appeared in prototype form more than 10 years ago has been given a new lease on life, thanks …

Systems Biology

Oil reserves may raise false US hopes

By Sheila McNulty in Houston No one knows the extent of US oil and natural gas reserves in the offshore and Arctic areas that are …

Multithreaded supercomputer seeks software for data-intensive computing

The newest breed of supercomputers have hardware set up not just for speed, but also to better tackle large networks of seemingly …

The Cell Processor Builds Its Mojo

With the arrival of the new QS22 blade, IBM and its partners are pushing hard to flesh out the software ecosystem for the Cell …

Sony Group, Toshiba and IBM Renew Cell Broadband Engine Center with Georgia Tech

The Georgia Tech College of Computing today announced the renewal of the Sony Corporation/Sony Computer Entertainment Inc. (Sony …

Ga. Tech finds creative uses for gaming chip

By David Ho, Cox New York Correspondent A video game microchip may be the key to a system that keeps aging commercial and military …

Georgia Tech studying Playstation chip for plane safety

By David Ho Cox News Service A video game microchip may be the key to a system that keeps aging commercial and military airplanes …

Intel, Microsoft fund university chip research

By Tom Abate, Chronicle Staff Writer After more than two decades of boosting chip performance by using two hardware tricks that work …

H-P to unveil big revamp in its famed labs

By Therese Poletti No technology company wants to end up with great research that it fails to commercialize. Silicon Valley is too …

Will Faster Supercomputers Help Solve World’s Problems?

Over twice as fast as today’s most commonly used supercomputers, petascale processors—which are able to perform 1,000 trillion …

Petascale computers: the next supercomputing wave

By Liz Tay The author of the world's first published collection on petascale techniques, David A. Bader, discusses petascale, exascale …

Students Explore Video Game Programming and Architecture in New Course

ECE introduced a new video game programming class to students this fall: Multicore and GPU Programming for Video Games. The course …

First book on petascale computing launched at SC07

The College of Computing at Georgia Tech and Chapman & Hall/CRC Press today announced the launch of “Petascale Computing: …

Supercharging Multi-Core Designs

“Multi-core is a disruptive technology — and I mean that in a good way — because it’s only when you have disruption of the status …

High Performance Computing and Web Science Initiatives Receive Seed Money from Provost's Office

The Office of the Provost has awarded Focused Research Program (FRP) funding for research proposals in high performance computing for …

David Bader Elected to Serve on Advisory Board for Internet2

College of Computing Associate Professor and Executive Director of High-Performance Computing David A. Bader has been elected to the …

NAE selects two from Tech for ‘Frontiers’ symposium

The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has selected two Georgia Tech faculty — College of Computing Associate Professor David Bader …

Creative Young Engineers Selected to Participate in NAE's 2007 Frontiers of Engineering Symposium

David A. Bader The thirteenth annual US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium was held in September, 2007, in Redmond Washington. Chaired …

Georgia Tech 'CellBuzz' Cluster in Production Use

Georgia Tech is one of the first universities to deploy the IBM BladeCenter QS20 Server for production use, through Sony-Toshiba-IBM …

Georgia Tech High Performance Computing Pioneer Joins Nation's Brightest Engineers to Tackle Green Issues

College of Computing Associate Professor David A. Bader is one of eighty-three of the nation's brightest young engineers who have been …

College of Computing Hosts Workshop to Drive Innovation in Cell Broadband Engine Processor Research

The College of Computing at Georgia Tech today announced it will host the Georgia Tech Cell Broadband Engine™ (Cell/B.E.) Processor …

College of Computing at Georgia Tech Hosts Workshop to Drive Innovation in Cell Broadband Engine Processor Research

The College of Computing at Georgia Tech today announced it will host the Georgia Tech Cell Broadband Engine™ (Cell/B.E.) Processor …

Georgia Tech to Host Cell BE Workshop

Georgia Tech will be hosting a two-day workshop on software and applications for the Cell Broadband Engine, to be held on Monday, June …

David Bader Joins IBM Technical Leadership Forum

What do Harley-Davidson, Lehman Brothers, eBay, Volkswagen, Electronic Arts, and Georgia Tech all have in common? Each is a member of …

The College of Computing Honors Exceptional Students, Faculty, and Staff

The College of Computing at Georgia Tech hosted its 16th Annual Awards Celebration on April 17, 2007. Master of Ceremony and CoC …

CSE Leadership in Petascale Computing

David A. Bader, Executive Director of High-Performance Computing, and Associate Professor in the Computational Science and Engineering …

Multicore Processors for Science and Engineering

by Pam Frost Gorder There's no question that multicore processors have gone mainstream. These computer chips, which have more than one …

Intel announces it's built a better microprocessor

The Intel Teraflop Research Chip is seen Tuesday, Feb. 6, 2007, near San Jose, Ore. Intel Corp. has designed a computer chip that …

Pioneering Petascale Computing in the Biological Sciences - Workshop Report

Supercomputers help scientists build virtual worlds to explore blood flow for stroke prevention, design new proteins for life-saving …

IBM Announces Winners of Shared University Research Awards

IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that ten universities spanning multiple geographies have been chosen as winners of the latest IBM …

Pioneering Petascale Computing in Biological Sciences

Supercomputers help scientists build virtual worlds to explore blood flow for stroke prevention, design new proteins for life-saving …

College of Computing Wins Cell Processor Center

The College of Computing at Georgia Tech has been designated as the first Sony-Toshiba-IBM Center of Competence to build a community of …

David Bader Wins Microsoft Research Award

College of Computing Associate Professor and Executive Director of High-Performance Computing David Bader received a $75,000 award from …

College of Computing Designated First STI Center of Competence Focused on Cell Processor

The College of Computing at Georgia Tech today announced its designation as the first Sony-Toshiba-IBM (STI) Center of Competence …

College of Computing at Georgia Tech Selected as First Sony-Toshiba-IBM Center of Competence Focused on the Cell Processor

The College of Computing at Georgia Tech today announced its designation as the first Sony-Toshiba-IBM (STI) Center of Competence …

Georgia, not Austin, gets chip center

By Bob Keefe WEST COAST BUREAU Three of the biggest names in technology plan to announce today that they will start a research center …

Ga. Tech lands research facility!

By Bob Keefe Cox Washington Bureau Three of the biggest names in technology plan to announce today they will start a research center at …

Bader Gives Keynote On Petascale Computing

College of Computing Associate Professor David Bader gave an invited keynote on “Petascale Computing for Large-Scale Graph Problems” at …

Bader Receives 2006 IBM Faculty Award

Congratulations to Associate Professor David Bader who recently received a 2006 IBM Faculty Award in recognition of his outstanding …

Kamesh Madduri Wins Prestigious NASA Fellowship

College of Computing Ph.D. student Kamesh Madduri has received a NASA Graduate Student Researchers Program (GSRP) Fellowship for his …

Alumnus Bader Joins DSPlogic Advisory Board

David Bader Ph.D. alumnus David Bader ‘96, Associate Professor of Computational Science and Engineering at Georgia Tech, has …

Preparing Researchers To Use Petascale Computation

This year, the National Science Foundation (NSF) will award the acquisition of a national supercomputer for production use by 2011. The …

People and Positions: HPC Expert Joins DSPlogic's Technical Advisory Board

Dr. David A. Bader, a Georgia Tech faculty member and international leader in high performance computing, has joined DSPlogic's …

High-Performance Computing Expert, Dr. David A. Bader, joins DSPlogic's Technical Advisory Board

Dr. David A. Bader, a Georgia Tech faculty member and international leader in high-performance computing, has joined DSPlogic's …

CERCS Researchers Receive Industry Awards

Research faculty from the Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS) at Georgia Tech recently received several new …

Creative Young Engineers Selected to Participate in NAE's 2007 U.S. Frontiers of Engineering Symposium

WASHINGTON — Eighty-three of the nation's brightest young engineers have been selected to take part in the National Academy of …

CSE Faculty-Student Research Accepted at ICPP 2006

David Bader, associate professor within the College's Computational Science and Engingeering (CSE) division, along with Ph.D. students …

David Bader Organizes Premier International Conference

David Bader, associate professor within the College of Computing's Computational Science and Engineering (CSE) division, was …

Georgia Tech, Oak Ridge team up

By Aliya Sternstein After President Bush in his State of the Union address proposed spending more on supercomputing, the College of …

Cray co-founder, CEO steps down

Seattle supercomputer maker Cray yesterday revealed that it lost more than Wall Street expected, including its co-founder and chief …

People and Positions: David Bader Joins Georgia Tech for HPC Work

David A. Bader has joined Georgia Institute of Technology's College of Computing, effective August 15, 2005. David will advance Georgia …

ECE Alumnus David Bader Joins Georgia Tech Faculty

Maryland Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) alumnus David Bader will join the Computational Science and Engineering faculty at …

Computing Life's Family Tree

Call it yet another biological gold rush. When Charles Darwin published The Origin of Species in 1859, scientists began working in …

Reconstructing the Tree of Life

by Greg Johnston Illustration by Greg Tucker. Biologist Terry Yates distinctly remembers a question posed in 2000, when he served …

NSF Awards Major Research Instrumentation Grant to UNM

The National Science Foundation has awarded a $350,000 Major Research Instrumentation grant to the University of New Mexico for the …

IEEE Distributed Systems Online Names First Editorial Board

IEEE Distributed Systems Online, the IEEE’s first online-only publication has named the charter members of its editorial board. …

Richard Stallman, Founder of GNU Project, to Give Speech at UNM

Noted scientist Richard Stallman will be the featured speaker at a seminar hosted by the University of New Mexico School of Engineering …

UNM to Collaborate on Two Information Technology Research Awards Through the National Science Foundation

The University of New Mexico will collaborate with a number of institutions on two separate Information Technology Research (ITR) …

Center for High Performance Computing at UNM Undergoes Reorganization Plan

Sometimes change is good, and in the case of the Center for High Performance Computing (HPC), it’s a welcomed opportunity. The HPC …

UNM Computing Faculty Collaborating with IBM to Design Next-Gen Supercomputer

UNM Mirage UNM Computing faculty David A. Bader, Patrick Bridges, Arthur B. Maccabe and Bernard Moret, are collaborating on IBM’s …

David Bader on the Challenges of Linux Clusters

CIO Insight reporter Debra D'Agostino spoke with Dr. David A. Bader, a professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department …

People and Positions: Bader Elected Chair Of IEEE Committee

Prof. David A. Bader, an Associate Professor and Regents’ Lecturer in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department of The …

UNM Associate Professor Elected Chair of Prestigious IEEE Committee on Parallel Processing

David A. Bader, an associate professor and Regents’ Lecturer in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of …

UNM Professor Bader selected as speaker for national program

UNM Mirage David A. Bader, assistant professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, has been selected as an Institute …

Assembling The Tree of Life

Journal Of Parallel & Distributed Computing: Special Issue

CALL FOR PAPERS Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing Special Issue on High-Performance Computational Biology Guest Editors: …

SC2002: Discussions to Cover Computation and Controversy

Attendees of SC2002 will be treated to a thought-provoking set of panel discussions on topics from homeland security to innovations in …

Large-Scale Phylogenetic Analysis

The goal of phylogenetic analysis is to reconstruct the evolutionary history of different taxa (e.g., species, genera). Recent advances …

UNM Post-Doc receives Sloan Foundation fellowship

University of New Mexico Post-Doctoral student Tiffani Williams has been awarded an Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Post-doctoral Fellowship …

$1.1 million grant goes to professors

University of New Mexico School of Engineering professors Bernard Moret of Computer Science and David Bader of Electrical and Computer …

UNM Engineering Professors receive $1.1 million in NSF Grants

UNM Mirage University of New Mexico School of Engineering Professors Bernard Moret, Computer Science, and David Bader, Electrical and …

Bader Receives NSF CAREER Award

Dr. David Bader, who earned his doctoral degree from the Department in May 1996, has received a National Science Foundation (NSF) …

Supercomputer Math Speeds Up

Award honors computer work

By Liz Otero Vallejos David A. Bader, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of New Mexico, …

A Flower's Family Tree

By J. William Bell, NCSA Senior Science Writer Gene data allow researchers to recover the evolutionary history of plants, but even the …

UNM Engineering Professors receive NSF CAREER Awards

UNM Mirage University of New Mexico School of Engineering professors David A. Bader and Hy D. Tran recently received the National …

ECE Prof. David A. Bader Receives NSF Career Award

Prof. David A. Bader has been awarded the National Science Foundation's Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award. This highly …

New Phylogeny Reconstruction Code, LosLobos Cluster, Mean Speedy Solution to Computational Problem

Using the largest open, production Linux supercluster, LosLobos, researchers at The University of New Mexico's Albuquerque High …

GRAPPA Runs In A Record Time

Using the largest open-production Linux supercluster in the world, LosLobos, researchers at The University of New Mexico's Albuquerque …

Solving the mystery of life with sixfold speedup

To understand the evolutionary process from the beginning of life itself to present-day species, we must first determine the “tree of …

Gigantic clusters: Where are they and what are they doing?

COLLOSAL CLUSTERS AT ALLIANCE CENTERS The Albuquerque High Performance Computing Center at the University of New Mexico has long been a …

UNM plans to buy 'supercluster'

IBM RS/6000 SP & Linux Clusters Getting Hitched in New Mexico, IBM and University of New Mexico Researchers to Build 'Vista Azul' Hypercluster

IBM and the University of New Mexico (UNM) today announced a joint research project to integrate leading-edge IBM RS/6000 SP …

Alliance Partners Showcase Progress at SC99

Participants at the upcoming SC99 conference in Portland, OR, will have ample opportunity to experience the progress made by the …

Linux Clustering Extends Trend

By Lenny Liebmann Linux delivers lots of computing power on commodity lntel processors, and it's especially popular with Net devotees. …

SC99 Tutorials Address Latest Issues in HPC

From cutting-edge research projects, to the most talked about trends in networking, programming, performance analysis, and computer and …

Alliance Roadrunner Supercluster Now on the Grid

The National Computational Science Alliance's (Alliance) Linux Roadrunner Supercluster at the University of New Mexico (UNM) is …

Plugged In: Linux Showing Up In Supercomputers

By Therese Poletti Linux – the renegade operating system that is among the hottest topics in Silicon Valley – is also …

Catching Up with the Roadrunner

Methodology for HPC Programming on SMPs Released

David A. Bader and Joseph Ja'Ja’ have released a technical report entitled “SIMPLE: A Methodology for Programming High …

CuraGen Assembles Most Complete Mouse EST Database to Date

Scientists at CuraGen Corporation have coordinated the assembly of the most complete mouse EST database to date. The assembly took as …

HPC Web Sites of Interest

By Alan Beck, managing editor Contrary to strident popular opinion, the enervating quality of the Web is generated more through an …

Bethlehem Scout Becomes An Eagle

David Albert Bader, son of Dr. and Mrs. Morris Bader of Bethlehem, was elevated to the rank of Eagle Scout during ceremonies held …

Snake Produced 4 'Beans'