Message Edited by VikramC on 06-21-2004 10:06 AM
And I am Roger. I am Strategist within Intel Developer Services. With the guidance of a lot of brilliant people, I built the HPC Developer Center, and am really looking forward to the lauch and learnings to come from this forum.
My interests lie in sailing, diving and cooking - some say the latter is a missed vocation!
Message Edited by Roger_H on 06-21-2004 07:57 PM
My current focus is on creating a repository of Best Known Methods for debugging serial, thread parallel and cluster parallel applications.
My interests lie in family activities and learning how to read and play music (on acoustic bass guitar).
Hi, my name is Richard Libby. My job title is Technical Marketing Engineer. Before you ask, "what is that?", let me explain. My job is to be a direct interface between customers, management and engineering as it relates to commodity-based supercomputing (if you want to call HPC that). So, if you have feedback or suggestions for HPC in general, please indulge me with them.
Best to you,
Personal interests include beer, insanely hot food, and computer games. I like playing Mahjong, Shogi, and Go even though I'm not good at any of them. I like to travel. I did my postdoctoral researchin France (two years atl'Institut de Biologie et Physico-Chimiquein Paris). After that Imoved to England(two years at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund in London). I also received my first formal training in parallel computing at the EMBL in Heidelberg.
My name is Bruce Becker. I came to HPC the long way, via nuclear physics. I'm currently working on my Ph.D in Cape Town in the UCT-CERN Research Centre. I Ph.D. topic is the development of a trigger system for the largest heavy ion collider experiment in the world - ALICE. I am interested in parallelising analysis packages for the experiment and integrating our OSCAR-built cluster into the ALICE Environment (AliEn), which the experiment's computing grid.
I like the mountains, the sea, live music and mirto.
I am Laurence. I work for Scalable Systems - a small company in Singapore providing commercial Linux clusters solutions for customers.
We are a co-developer of NPACI Rocks since 2001 and continue to this date with 7 developers working on the Rocks core and a GUI-based Rocks cluster management software - Rocks Console.
My interest in HPC dates back to 1997 when I was working on a large data-mining project and was looking to accelerate my search times. Linux Beowulf Clusters became an interest and passion.. and hence Scalable later on in life...
My interest outside of HPC/Rocks is in yoga and food... and if any of you happens to drop by sunny Singapore... we can go hunt for some nice spicy singapore food!