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  Seminar Abstract
Center for Data Intensive Computing



The Army High Performance Computing Research Center Program

The Army High Performance Computing Research Center (AHPCRC) was established to advance the state of defense technology through the development of new computational techniques. Major AHPCRC research areas include the application of computation techniques to the modeling of armor/anti-armor, biological and chemical defense, nanotechnology, and electromagnetics. The AHPCRC also supports an aggressive program of research in computer science, particularly in the areas of data mining and mesh partitioning.

In addition, the AHPCRC operates a state-of-the-art computing environment that includes the new generation Cray X1 parallel hierarchical vector processing system.

During the talk, I plan to provide an overview of the research program and the computing environment, including information on the Cray X1.

Paul Muzio is VP-High Performance Computing Programs, Network Computing Services, Inc. and Support Infrastructure Director for the AHPCRC. In this position, he is responsible for the AHPCRC's computer infrastructure, technology exchange with the Army, and the AHPCRC's outreach projects.


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