[Beowulf] [richard at SCL.UTAH.EDU: MacEnterprise Closing & Parallel Computing Session Online]
eugen at leitl.org
Tue Jul 26 03:20:11 PDT 2005
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From: Richard Glaser <richard at SCL.UTAH.EDU>
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 22:17:14 -0600
To: MACENTERPRISE at LISTSERV.CUNY.EDU
Subject: MacEnterprise Closing & Parallel Computing Session Online
Reply-To: Mac OS X enterprise deployment project <MACENTERPRISE at LISTSERV.CUNY.EDU>
The following sessions from the MacEnterprise Day from June 5th 2005
are available for viewing.
MacEnterprise Day - Closing
Priorities to bring to Apple in the Enterprise environment. Bring
your unanswered questions and innovative solutions for an open floor
discussion! And awards to top contributors to project.
by Dean Dauger, Dauger Research
Charles Parnot, Stanford University
James Reynolds, University of Utah
The three participants will present their work in Parallel computing
with the Macintosh:
Combining powerful, numerically-intensive parallel computing clusters
with the famed ease-of-use of the Macintosh, Pooch is the only
solution that merges a modern graphical user interface with
supercomputer compatible parallel computing. This software enables
users, without any expertise with OS X, world-wide to develop and run
parallel code eficiently and productively.
This session will also include discussion of a particular biological
model and the architecture of the Xgrid-aware application built to
run computations used to analyze biophysical studies done in the lab
towards the goal of better
understanding one receptor involved in heart regulation.
Since the oficial release of XGrid, it has been used to render
POV-Ray and Maya animations with more accuracy and ease, using
modifications of Apple's Xgrid sample code to submit jobs.
Experiences and future plans for releasing a submission and job queue
engine for Maya and POV-Ray will be shared.
University of Utah - Student Computing Labs
richard at scl.utah.edu
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