Andrew Lumsdaine

Torsten Hoefler achieves Best Student Paper at SC14

In this video Maciej Besta and Torsten Hoefler (A postdoctoral scholar under the mentorship of Andrew Lumsdaine) describe their work on Slim Fly: A Cost Effective Low-Diameter Network Topology, which was honored as the Best Student Paper at SC14.

CREST of IU receives OOPSLA Artifact Award from SPLASH Conference

Region-based Memory Management for GPU Programming Languages: Enabling Rich Data Structures on a Spartan Host

Authors: Eric Holk, Ryan Newton, Jeremy Siek, Andrew Lumsdaine

CREST is Hosting Extreme Scale Computing Workshop

CREST is hosting the Extreme Scale Productivity Workshop 2014 (XPW14) August 5-7 at the Indiana Memorial Union.

XPW14 is a community forum providing leadership in the key combined issues of programmability and performance as they relate to the quality metric of “productivity” related to high performance computing.

Andrew Lumsdaine named Associate Dean for Research at SoIC

Andrew Lumsdaine, professor of computer science and director of the Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies (CREST), was recently named Associate Dean for Research for the School of Informatics and Computing.

Professor Dr. Andrew Lumsdaine will deliver Monday's Keynote

HIPS 2014-19th International Workshop on High-Level Parallel Programming Models and Supportive Environments

Held in Conjunction With IPDPS 2014 Phoenix

Art + Science by Daniel Paquin

The Grunwald Gallery’s thought-provoking fall exhibition Imag(in)ing Science brought together creative thinkers from across the disciplines, reminding us that the visual arts and sciences have always been “in a relationship.”

IU receives $1.9M to lead computer science team for shockwave physics project

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Indiana University Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies (CREST) recently received a $1.9 million award to lead the computer science team of a new collaborative research project with the University of Notre Dame and Purdue University.

XPRESS Route to Exascale

In the world of supercomputers, where the top machines can cost upwards of $100 million, $1.1 million may not sound like much. To Thomas Sterling, chief scientist at the Center for Research in Extreme Scale Computing (CREST) at Indiana University, it's a sum that will go a long way toward funding his favorite project.

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