- Channeling the vast array of talent that our university has in the area of parallel computing, and representing this collective strength to external organizations
- Helping advance our capabilities in parallel computing by obtaining external resources and enhancing the placement of our students
- Enriching the talent pool in parallel computing within the university and the Utah region, ultimately leading to the growth of local high-tech jobs
- Enhancing our outreach, including addressing the critical international dimension of the high technology enterprise
The Center for Parallel Computing (CPU) faculty Ganesh Gopalakrishnan and Zvonimir Rakamaric were part of a team (along with Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and RWTH Aachen, Germany) whose project PRUNERS made it to the final stage of the 2017 R&D 100 Award selection. For details, please see the School of Computing News Story
Keaton Bruce and Mark van der Merwe are attending the OPLSS summer school to further their concurrency and PL skills. Thanks OPLSS!
Ganesh Gopalakrishnan is to co-teach (with Dr. P.B. Jayaraj) a GIAN course at NIT Calicut during October 8-13, 2018. Details are here.