parallelism conference AMNH NYC

djanies at djanies at
Wed May 30 08:19:39 PDT 2001


Convened by: American Museum of Natural History in collaboration with
National Aeronautics and Space Administration (Ames Research Center, Office
of Fundamental Biology Program)

Wednesday and Thursday, June 13 and 14, 2001

American Museum of Natural History
Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, NY  10024

Registration fee: $10

Over the last ten years, parallel supercomputer machines have come to
prominence in computation. Research areas such as astrophysics and genomics
generate huge data sets of immense complexity. Only this new computing
paradigm can give the scientific research community the computational power
to make sense of the flood of data these fields present.

Over two days, the diverse industries that make up this community will
gather to discuss the effect of supercomputing on biology, astrophysics, and
research, as well as air traffic, finance and the entertainment world.

In addition to AMNH and NASA Ames, IT professionals and scientists from
Celera, The Dogma Project, IBM, National Cancer Institute, National Center
for Supercomputing Applications, Stanford University and Brigham Young
University and  will be speaking on a diverse range
of topics.

Sponsored by: Compaq

For a full agenda, or to register, click here

Daniel Janies, PhD
American Museum of Natural History
Division of Invertebrates
Central Park West at 79th Street
New York, NY 10024

212-313-7538 voice
212-769-5277 fax

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