Thomas Sterling

A Critical Time In High Performance Computing: OpenHPC Member Spotlight of Thomas Sterling

OpenHPC recently spoke with Prof. Thomas Sterling, Associate Director and Chief Scientist of the Indiana University Center for Research in Extreme Scale Technologies (CREST), to find out more about CREST, how they are leading academic supercomputing with ParalleX execution model and the HPX-5 runtime system, and why they are strongly supporting OpenHPC.

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Sterling and Gropp Reflect on National HPC Strategy

“In order to maximize the benefits of HPC for economic competitiveness and scientific discovery, the United States Government must create a coordinated Federal strategy in HPC research, development, and deployment.” With these words, the President of the United States established the National Strategic Computing Initiative (NSCI) through Executive Order to implement this whole-of-government strategy in collaboration with industry and academia.

Tracking the Trajectory to Exascale and Beyond

The future of high performance computing is now being defined both in how it will be achieved and in the ways in which it will impact diverse fields in science and technology, industry and commerce, and security and society. At this time there is great expectation but much uncertainty creating a climate of opportunity, challenge, and excitement. It is within this context of forging a future of computation in the crucible of innovation that we have been invited by HPCwire to host an ongoing series of informational articles tracking this trajectory to exascale computing and beyond.

ISC 2015 Keynoter Thomas Sterling on Memory in HPC

The Wednesday keynote at this year’s ISC High Performance conference by HPC veteran Dr. Thomas Sterling promises to be an enlightening and lively presentation of the HPC year in review. And if previous years are a guide, Dr. Sterling will deliver it with the unique humor and style that has become his trademark.

Dr. Sterling's Induction as a AAAS fellow

IU brings broad contingent to AAAS, nation's largest general science meeting

Faculty will be honored and will present, moderate and host events and sessions

Feb. 12, 2015
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SAN JOSE, Calif. -- The annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, considered the largest interdisciplinary science meeting in the U.S., gets underway today with broad representation from Indiana University.

Leading the keynote speakers is Dr. Thomas Sterling

The Science and Information Organization is pleased to announce the speakers for its upcoming Science and Information Conference 2015. The keynote speakers are a diverse group with expertise in High Performance Computing and Networking, Informatics and Computing, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Internet of Things. 

Three faculty members at Indiana University named fellows of AAAS

Three faculty members from Indiana University have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a distinction that recognizes outstanding contributions to the progress of science and research.

Thomas Sterling's keynote at ISC'14 - "HPC Achievement & Impact 2014 - A Personal Perspective"

On Wednesday, June 25, Professor Thomas Sterling, a perennial favorite at ISC, will offer a vibrant summary of the past year in his keynote: HPC Achievement & Impact 2014 – A Personal Perspective. Sterling is set to track the improvements in microprocessor multicore and accelerator components as well as general system capabilities. On the topic of exascale, Sterling will talk about the international programs devoted to leading-edge HPC that will bridge the second half of the decade.

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