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FT researcher organizes data intensive workshop at SC14

Philip C. Roth, member of the ORNL Future Technologies Group since 2004, is part of the team organizing the 2014 Data Intensive Scalable Computing Systems (DISCS-2014) workshop at SC14.  The workshop focuses on the intersection between traditional high performance computing and data intensive computing, and SC continues to be the perfect conference to host the workshop because it draws substantial numbers of attendees from across the globe interested in HPC and/or data intenstive computing.


FT researchers contribute to 2012 CScADS data workshop

Future Technologies Group members Philip Roth and Jeremy Meredith contributed to the 2012 CScADS workshop on Scientific Data and Analytics for Extreme-scale Computing, held July 30-August 2 at the Snowbird Ski & Summer Resort in Utah.  Roth served on a panel titled "The effect of emerging architectures on data science," though he also included content on analyzing and visualizing performance data in his panel presentation.   Meredith's work on a new scientific visualization and analysis library called EAVL was described in a presentation given by David Pugmire (also of ORNL).


Future Tech researcher contributes to Cluster 12 conference

A paper by Chao Chen, Yong Chen (former Future Tech postdoc and now on the faculty at Texas Tech University), and current Future Tech group member Philip Roth has been accepted to be presented at IEEE Cluster '12 in late September in Beijing, China.  The paper, titled "DOSAS: Mitigating the Resource Contention in Active Storage Systems," quantifies the negative impact of contention in Active Storage systems and proposes a new approach for alleviating that negative impact.

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