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Speakers and Participants at Meetings and Site Visits

MEETING 1

March 6-7, 2003

Washington, D.C.

George Cotter, National Security Agency (NSA)

John Crawford, Intel Fellow, Intel Corporation

Robert Graybill, Program Manager, Information Processing Technology Office, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA)

John Grosh, Senior Staff Specialist (Computing and Software), Information Systems Directorate, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Science and Technology)

Daniel Hitchcock, Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research, Department of Energy (DOE)

Gary Hughes, NSA

David Kahaner, Asian Technology Information Program

Jacob V. Maizel, Jr., Chief of the Laboratory of Experimental and Computational Biology, National Cancer Institute

José Muñoz, Office of Advanced Simulation and Computing, DOE

Clay Sell, Clerk, Senate Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development

David Turek, Vice President, IBM



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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing B Speakers and Participants at Meetings and Site Visits MEETING 1 March 6-7, 2003 Washington, D.C. George Cotter, National Security Agency (NSA) John Crawford, Intel Fellow, Intel Corporation Robert Graybill, Program Manager, Information Processing Technology Office, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) John Grosh, Senior Staff Specialist (Computing and Software), Information Systems Directorate, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Science and Technology) Daniel Hitchcock, Office of Advanced Scientific Computing Research, Department of Energy (DOE) Gary Hughes, NSA David Kahaner, Asian Technology Information Program Jacob V. Maizel, Jr., Chief of the Laboratory of Experimental and Computational Biology, National Cancer Institute José Muñoz, Office of Advanced Simulation and Computing, DOE Clay Sell, Clerk, Senate Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development David Turek, Vice President, IBM

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing MEETING 2 May 21-23, 2003 Stanford, California Greg Astfalk, Chief Technical Officer, Hewlett-Packard Gordon Bell, Senior Researcher, Microsoft Research Debra Goldfarb, Vice President, IDC James Gray, Senior Researcher, Microsoft Research John Levesque, Senior Technologist, Cray Inc. John Lewis, Technical Fellow, Boeing Scott McClellan, Hewlett-Packard William Reed, Director (retired), Office of Advanced Simulation and Computing, DOE Mark Seager, Principle Investigator, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) Burton Smith, Chief Scientist, Cray Inc. APPLICATIONS WORKSHOP AND MEETING 3 September 24-26, 2003 Santa Fe, New Mexico Keynote Speakers Phillip Colella, Senior Mathematician, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Charles McMillan, Defense and Nuclear Technologies Directorate, LLNL Jeffrey Saltzman, Senior Director, Merck Research Laboratory Warren Washington, Senior Scientist, National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) Participants Cleve Ashcraft, Research Mathematician, Livermore Software Technology Corporation William Carlson, Research Staff, Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA) Center for Computing Sciences Michael Colvin, Senior Biomedical Scientist, LLNL Stephen Eubank, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) Robert Harrison, Principal Architect, Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing Bruce Hendrickson, Technical Staff and Acting Manager, Sandia National Laboratories Gary Hughes, NSA Anthony Jameson, Professor, Stanford University John Killough, Senior Research Fellow, Landmark Graphics Corporation Richard Loft, Application Engineer, NCAR Gene Myers, Professor, University of California, Berkeley Vincent Scarafino, Manager, Ford Motor Company Francis Sullivan, Director, IDA Center for Computing Sciences William Tang, Associate Director, Princeton University Priya Vashishta, Professor, University of Southern California Robert Weaver, Physicist, LANL Paul Woodward, Professor, University of Minnesota TOWN HALL BIRDS OF A FEATHER SESSION November 19, 2003 Supercomputing Conference 2003 Phoenix, Arizona Numerous conference attendees participated in the session and provided comments to the committee. NATIONAL SECURITY AGENCY SITE VISIT December 2, 2003 Fort Meade, Maryland Suzanne Banghart William Carlson Candice Culhane Dave Harris Eric Haseltine Gary Hughes Bill Johnson Boyd Livingston Mike Merrill Baron Mills Dave Muzzy Tom Page Steve Roznowski

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing MEETING 4 December 3-4, 2003 Washington, D.C. Donald J. Becker, Founder and Chief Technical Officer, Scyld Computing Corporation Francine Berman, Director, San Diego Supercomputer Center Matt Dunbar, Principal Development Engineer, ABAQUS, Inc. Earl Joseph, Program Vice President, High-Performance Systems, IDC Kenichi Miura, Fujitsu Fellow, Professor and Project Leader, Center for Grid Research and Development, National Institute of Informatics Cleve Moler, Chairman and Chief Scientist, The MathWorks, Inc. Daniel Reed, Director, National Center for Supercomputing Applications Roy F. Schwitters, S.W. Richardson Foundation Regental Professor of Physics and Chair of the Department of Physics, University of Texas, Austin Horst D. Simon, Director, National Energy Research Scientific Computing (NERSC), LBNL Srinidhi Varadarajan, Director, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Michael Wolfe, ST Fellow, STMicroelectronics, Inc. LAWRENCE LIVERMORE NATIONAL LABORATORY SITE VISIT January 9, 2004 Livermore, California Welcome, Security Briefing, and Overview Thomas F. Adams, Associate B-Program Leader for Computational Physics, Defense and Nuclear Technologies Directorate (DNTD) Lynn Kissel, Deputy Program Leader, ASC Michel G. McCoy, Program Leader, ASC James A. Rathkopf, Associate A-Program Leader for Computational Physics, DNTD Code Development Round Table Katie Lewis, DNTD Marty Marinak, DNTD Thomas L. McAbee, DNTD Rob Neely, DNTD Brian Pudliner, DNTD Michael Zika (facilitator), DNTD

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing Materials and Physics Modeling Roundtable Grant Bazan, DNTD Laurence E. Fried (facilitator), Chemistry and Materials Science Directorate Randolph Q. Hood, Physics and Advanced Technologies Directorate (PATD) Stephen B. Libby, PATD Christian Mailhiot, Chemistry and Materials Science Directorate Andrew K. McMahan, PATD Paul L. Miller, DNTD Albert L. Osterheld, PATD John E. Reaugh, PATD Eric R. Schwegler, PATD Christine J. Wu, PATD Designers’ Roundtable Robert E. Canaan, DNTD Todd J. Hoover, DNTD Juliana J. Hsu (facilitator), DNTD Omar A. Hurricane, DNTD Cynthia K. Nitta, DNTD Peter W. Rambo, DNTD Multiprogrammatic Capability Cluster in Production (Tour and Demo) Robin Goldstone, Linux System Project Lead, Integrated Computing and Communications Department (ICCD) Cyber Infrastructure Roundtable Rob Falgout, ASC Institute for Terascale Simulation Leader Randy Frank, Visualization Project Leader, ICCD Mark Gary, Data Storage Group Leader, ICCD Robin Goldstone, Linux System Project Lead, ICCD John Gyllenhaal, Code Development Computer Scientist, ICCD Steve Louis, ASC Data and Visualization Science Leader, ICCD John May, ASC Performance Optimization and Modeling Project Leader Mark Seager, Assistant Department Head for Advanced Technology and Terascale Computing, ASC Platform Leader, ICCD Jean Shuler, ICCD Services and Development Deputy Division Leader, ICCD

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing Dave Wiltzius, ICCD Networks and Services Division Leader, ASC DisCom Leader, ICCD Mary Zosel, ASC Problem Solving Environment Leader (facilitator), ICCD LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY SITE VISIT January 14, 2004 Berkeley, California Overview of Computing Sciences at LBNL Horst D. Simon, Associate Laboratory Director for Computing Sciences; Director, Computational Research Division (CRD); Director, NERSC Center Division NERSC Issues Bill Kramer, NERSC Center General Manager and Department Head for High-Power Computing (HPC) New Technology Introduction at NERSC Jim Craw, Group Leader, Computational Systems, Advanced Systems, and PDSF Systems, NERSC Bill Saphir, Chief Architect, High Performance Computing Department, NERSC Francesca Verdier, Group Leader, User Services, NERSC Computing on the Earth Simulator Andrew Canning, Computer Scientist, Scientific Computing Group, CRD NERSC User Panel John Bell, Group Leader, Center for Computational Science and Engineering, CRD Julian Borrill, Computer Scientist, Scientific Computing Group, CRD William Lester, Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley Doug Rottman, LLNL, Vice Chair of NERSC User Group Rob Ryne, LBNL, Chair of NERSC User Group Michael Wehner, Computer Scientist, Scientific Computing Group, CRD

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing Programming/Language Issues Kathy Yelick, Professor, Computer Science Division, University of California, Berkeley Scientific Discovery Through Advanced Computing (SciDAC) Juan Meza, Department Head, High Performance Computing Research, CRD Esmond Ng, Group Leader, Scientific Computing, CRD Arie Shoshani, Group Leader, Scientific Data Management, CRD SANDIA NATIONAL LABORATORIES SITE VISIT February 26, 2004 Albuquerque, New Mexico Nuclear Weapons Program Overview Tom Bickel, Director, Engineering Sciences George Novotony, Technical Assistant to the Vice President, Weapon Systems Division Joe Polito, Director, Stockpile Systems Program Art Ratzel Paula Schoeneman, Protocol Officer Robert Thomas, Manager, Advanced Simulation and Computing Program Michael Vahle, Director, Simulation Enabled Product Realization Program Microsystems/Science Applications for the Stockpile Don Cook, Director, Microsystems and Engineering Sciences Applications Program Office Code Development Strategies Ken Alvin, Code Developer Steve Bova, Code Developer Arne Gullerud, Code Developer Mike McGlaun (speaker/facilitator), Level II Manager, Systems Technology Garth Reese, Code Developer

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing Solution Verification for Hyperbolic Equations James Stewart, Manager, Production Computing/Sierra Architecture Model/Code Validation Chris Garasi, Analyst Joel Lash, Analyst Len Lorence, Analyst Marty Pilch (speaker/facilitator), Manager, Validation and Uncertainty Quantification Process Sandia’s Long-Term Computer Architecture Strategies Bill Camp, Director, Computation, Computers, and Math Supercomputer Issues, Including Operating System Software, Algorithms, Capability/Capacity Strategies Rob Leland, Level II Manager, Computer and Software Systems Sierra Frameworks Carter Edwards, Advanced Computational Mechanics LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY SITE VISIT February 27, 2004 Los Alamos, New Mexico LANL Overview and Strategic Directions James S. Peery, Deputy Associate Director, Weapon Physics Summary of Requirements/Drivers for Predictive Capability Paul J. Hommert, Division Leader, Applied Physics Performance Modeling Adolfy Hoisie, Group Leader, Modeling, Algorithms, and Informatics

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing Science Appliance Ronald G. Minnich, Team Leader, Cluster Research Q Lessons Learned John F. Morrison, Division Leader, Computing, Communications, and Networks Visualization Bob Tomlinson Architecture, Partnerships, Technology Risks Kyran B. Kemper (Chris), Deputy Division Leader, Computing, Communications and Networks Flop Drivers Jim Morel ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY SITE VISIT, WITH PARTICIPATION BY OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY STAFF March 2, 2004 Argonne National Laboratory Argonne, Illinois Advanced Computing Research Rick Stevens, Director, Mathematics Computer Science, Argonne National Laboratory (ANL); Professor of Computer Science, University of Chicago Scalability Studies of Selected Applications Andrew Seige, ANL Programming Models and Development Environments for HPC Ewing Lusk, ANL

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing Leadership Class Computing for Science Thomas Zacharia, ORNL Overview and Status of Cray X1 Evaluation at CCS Pat Worley, ORNL Applications in Astrophysics and Materials Tony Mezzacappa, ORNL Jeff Nichols, ORNL Thomas Schulthess, ORNL High-Performance Information Technology Infrastructure Requirements for the National Academic Research Community Michael Levine, Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center Ralph Roskies, Pittsburgh Supercomputer Center MEETING 5 March 3-4, 2004 Argonne, Illinois Peter Freeman, Assistant Director, NSF Shane Greenstein, Elinor and Wendell Hobbs Professor, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University David Mowery, Milton W. Terrill Professor of Business, Walter A. Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley JAPAN SITE VISIT National Academy of Engineering–Engineering Academy of Japan Joint Forum on the Future of Supercomputing March 23, 2004 U.S. Co-chairs Susan L. Graham (NAE), Pehong Chen Distinguished Professor, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of California, Berkeley Marc Snir, Michael Faiman and Saburo Muroga Professor and Head of Department of Computer Science, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing U.S. Speakers Jack J. Dongarra (NAE), Distinguished Professor of Computer Science, Computer Science Department, University of Tennessee Albert J. Semtner, Professor, Oceanography Department, Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey Scott Stern, Associate Professor, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University Steven J. Wallach (NAE), Vice President and Co-Founder, Chiaro Networks U.S. Participants Maki Haraga, Interpreter Cynthia Patterson, Study Director and Program Officer, National Research Council Japan Co-chairs Kenichi Miura, Professor and Project Leader, Center for Grid Research and Development, National Institute of Informatics Tsuneo Nakahara, Engineering Academy of Japan (EAJ); Vice President, Advisor, Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd. Japan Speakers Hironori Kasahara, Professor, Department of Computer Science, Waseda University Chisachi Kato, Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo Keiichiro Uchida, Professor, Department of Information and Computer Science, Science Faculty, Kanagawa University Japan Participants Mutsumi Aoyagi, Professor, Network Computing Research Division, Computing and Communication Center, Kyushu University Taisuke Boku, Associate Professor, Institute of Information Sciences and Electronics, Center for Computational Physics, University of Tsukuba Kozo Fujii, Professor, Department of Space Transportation Engineering, Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing Yoshinari Fukui, Information Technology Based Laboratory, Project Leader, Technology Development Unit, Advanced Center for Computing and Communication, Institute of Physical and Chemical Research; Vice President, Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics Ryutaro Himeno, Head, Computer and Information Division, Advanced Computing Center, Institute of Physical and Chemical Research Kohichiro Hotta, Director, Core Technologies Department, Software Technology Development Division, Software Group, Fujitsu Ltd. Kozo Iizuka, EAJ; President, Japan Association for Metrology Promotion Masanori Kanazawa, Professor, Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies, Kyoto University Sumio Kikuchi, Deputy General Manager, Enterprise Business Planning, Software Division, Hitachi, Ltd. Toshio Kobayashi, EAJ; President, Japan Automobile Research Institute; Professor Emeritus, University of Tokyo; Member, Science Council of Japan Koki Maruyama, Senior Research Scientist and Director, Principal Research Program on Global Warming Prediction and Measure, Abiko Research Laboratory, Central Research Institute of the Electric Power Industry Yuichi Matsuo, Computation and Network Infrastructure Laboratory, Computational Fluid Dynamics Technology Center, National Aerospace Laboratory of Japan Satoshi Matsuoka, Professor, Global Scientific Information and Computing Center and Department of Mathematical and Computing Sciences, Tokyo Institute of Technology Masao Sakauchi, EAJ; Deputy Director General, National Institute of Informatics; Professor, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo Tetsuya Sato, Director General, Earth Simulator Center, Japan Marine Science and Technology Center Satoshi Sekiguchi, Director, Grid Technology Research Center, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology Masaru Tsukada, Professor, Department of Physics, Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo Tadashi Watanabe, Vice President, High Performance Computing, NEC Corporation Genki Yagawa, EAJ; Professor, School of Engineering, Department of Quantum Engineering and Systems Science, University of Tokyo;

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Getting up to Speed the Future of Supercomputing Director, Center for Promotion of Computational Science and Engineering, Japan Atomic Energy Research Institute Ikuo Yamada, EAJ, Executive Director UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO, SUPERCOMPUTER RESEARCH CENTER March 24, 2004 Obinata Kazuo JAPAN AEROSPACE EXPLORATION AGENCY March 24, 2004 Toshiyuki Iwamiya, Director, Information Technology Center Yuichi Matsuo, Engineer, Information Technology Center AUTO MANUFACTURER March 25, 2004 Names withheld on request. EARTH SIMULATOR CENTER March 25, 2004 Tetsuya Sato, Director General Kunihiko Watanabe, Program Director, Simulation Science and Technology Research UNIVERSITY OF TOKYO, GRAPE GROUP March 26, 2004 Lab tour. MINISTRY OF EDUCATION, CULTURE, SPORTS, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY March 26, 2004 Toshihiko Hoshino, Director, Office for Information Science and Technology Harumasa Miura, Director, Information Division Hiroshi Sato, Director, Office of Earth and Environmental Science and Technology Masaya Toma, Director, Office for Science Information Infrastructure Development