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The Missing Links to Widespread Improvements in U.S. Industrial Global Competitiveness. Myron Ginsberg, Ph.D. ACM Fellow, IEEE Senior Member, and CTO HPC Research and Education Farmington Hills, MI 48335-1222 E-mail: [email protected] Abstract of Presentation.

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The missing links to widespread improvements in u s industrial global competitiveness

The Missing Links to Widespread Improvements in U.S. Industrial Global Competitiveness

Myron Ginsberg, Ph.D.

ACM Fellow, IEEE Senior Member, and CTO HPC Research and Education

Farmington Hills, MI 48335-1222

E-mail: [email protected]


Abstract of presentation

Abstract of Presentation

  • This presentation will focus on current high-performance computing (HPC) barriers in U.S. industry and several approaches to improve the situation and resultant U.S. industrial competitiveness. The following topics will be included: U.S. Council on Competitiveness studies of U.S. globalization; reasons for lagging behind government research labs/academic research groups; reducing the time gap between product conception and production via use of HPC tools; arising opportunities for cooperative and innovative efforts with government labs and universities; and a collection of internet references documenting U.S. industry successes and failures as well as challenges to significantly improve effective product globalization.


Outline of presentation

Outline of Presentation

  • HPC importance for everyone

  • Flavors of HPC

  • Industrial HPC bottlenecks

  • HPC industrial success stories

  • Missing links

  • Challenges to all HPC users

  • Will HPC improve global competitiveness?

  • References


Missing links

Missing Links

  • CSE Support Personnel

  • Assessing HPC Application Needs

  • Access to HPC Hardware Resources

  • ROI Case to Upper Management

  • ISV Tech Transfer Role

  • Opportunities for Gov/Academic Collaboration

  • Meeting Challenges to All HPC Users

  • On-Demand HPC cycles


U s computational science programs

Clark University

Florida State Dept. of Sci Comp

George Mason University

George Washington U (VA)

Georgia State University

Georgia Tech University

Indiana U (Bloomington)

Mississippi State University

MIT

New York University

Ohio University

Old Dominion University

Oregon State University

Penn State University

Princeton University

Purdue University

Rensselaer Polytechnic

Rice University

San Diego State University

Stanford University

SUNY Brockport

SUNY Stony Brook

Syracuse University

U of California, Berkeley

U of California, Santa Barbara

U of Colorado (Denver)

U of Delaware

U of Houston

U of Illinois (Chicago)

U of Illinois (Urbana)

U of Iowa

U of Maryland (College Park)

U of Michigan (Ann Arbor)

U of Michigan (Dearborn)

U of Minnesota

U of Tennessee (Chattanooga)

U of Tennessee (Knoxville)

U of Texas (Austin)

U of Utah

College of William and Mary

Wittenberg University

Wofford College

U.S. Computational Science Programs


References

References

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  • S. Conway, “INCITE Program Targets America Competitiveness,” HPCWIRE, Vol. 16, No. 6, Feb. 9, 2007, http://www.hpcwire.com/hpc/1255558.html

  • M. Ginsberg, “Influences on the Solution Process for Large, Numeric-Intensive Automotive Simulations,” Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 2073, Springer, New York, 2001, pp.1189-1198.

  • M. Ginsberg, “Impediments to Future Use of Petaflop Class Computers for Large-Scale Scientific/Engineering Applications in U.S. Private Industry,” edited by V.S. Sunderam et al., Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Vol. 3514, Springer, New York, May 2005, pp. 1059-1066.

  • M. Ginsberg, “Challenges and Opportunities for U.S. Private Industry Utilization of HPC Technology, Proc 2007 International Conferences on Scientific Computing, ed. By H. R. Arabnia et al., WORLDCOMP07, June 25-28, 2007, Las Vegas, NV, CSREA Press, 2007, pp. 17-23.

  • M. Ginsberg, “Bibliographic Snapshots of High Performance / High Productivity Computing,” Chapter in Advances in Computers, edited by M. Zelkowitz, Vol. 72, Elsevier Publishing, 2008, pp. 255-318.

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