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Infrastructure Organization. Tim Korb Director, Computing Facilities Department of Computer Sciences Purdue University. Outline. Past and current award activities Existing infrastructure Computer Science Others Multimedia Support Infrastructure. Past and Current Award Activities.

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Infrastructure organization

Infrastructure Organization

Tim KorbDirector, Computing FacilitiesDepartment of Computer SciencesPurdue University


Outline
Outline

  • Past and current award activities

  • Existing infrastructure

    • Computer Science

    • Others

  • Multimedia Support Infrastructure


Past and current award activities
Past and Current Award Activities

  • Previous NSF Infrastructure Awards

    • Computing About Physical Objects

    • Softlab

  • Intel Technology for Education Award

  • Internet 2 vBNS/Abilene Award


Existing infrastructure cs

Machine RoomCS 277

CERIAS LabCS G50

Network Systems LabCS G16

Systems Software & Architecture LabCS 279

Multimedia Database LabMA 431

Existing Infrastructure: CS


Laboratory highlights
Laboratory Highlights

  • Research

    • SGI Origin 2000

    • 16-processor IA cluster

  • Instructional

    • Undergraduate Turing lab

    • Graduate systems lab

  • 800 network ports: ATM, 10/100 Ethernet, Myrinet, Wireless


Sgi origin 2000
SGI Origin 2000

  • 32 processors

  • 16 GB memory

  • Dual Infinite Reality 2 graphics pipes


Intel architecture cluster
Intel Architecture Cluster

  • 16 processors

  • 400 MHz PII

  • 256 MB memory

  • 4 GB disk


Undergraduate lab
Undergraduate Lab

  • 25 Intel Architecture PII

  • Windows NT

  • Visual Studio J++


Graduate systems lab
Graduate Systems Lab

  • 25 “front end” dual PII workstations

  • 40 “back end” experimentalnetworked stations


Wiring
Wiring

  • 800 network ports

  • ATM

  • Ethernet

    • 10Base-T

    • 100Base-T

    • switched

    • shared

  • Myrinet

  • Wireless


Staff
Staff

  • Hardware

    • Two full-time technicians/engineers

    • Student assistants

  • Software

    • Three UNIX support

    • Three PC support

    • Student assistants

  • Administrative


Existing infrastructure others
Existing Infrastructure: Others

  • Video and Image Processing Lab (MSEE)

  • Distributed Multimedia Systems Lab (MSEE)

  • Thermalhydralics andReactor Safety Lab (ASL)

  • Basic MedicalSciences Lab(LYNN)


Multimedia support infrastructure
Multimedia Support Infrastructure

(1) Capture

(2) Compress

(4) Network

(5) Display

(3) Store, Index, Retrieve


Msi support activities
MSI Support Activities

  • Direct support of all research activities

    • Storage, Indexing, Retrieval, Compression

    • Networking

    • Security

  • Indirect support

    • Capture

    • Display




Campus equipment locations
Campus Equipment Locations

Math Science Bldg.

Computer Science Bldg.

Lynn Hall

Recitation Hall

Nuclear Eng.

EE Bldg.

MSEE Bldg.


Purdue and fisk university
Purdue and Fisk University

Purdue UniversityWest Lafayette, Indiana

Fisk UniversityNashville, Tennessee

WorkstationsVideo camerasMPEG encoder and decoder


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