Teach Parallel

Teach Parallel


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Professor Tom Murphy of Contra Costa College and Paul, Steinberg of the Intel Academic Community meet twice a month to discuss topics regarding multi-core, concurrency and parallelism within the undergraduate Computer Science curriculum.

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Professor Brown combines deep technical expertise in parallelism methodologies and techniques with an artistic vision and that puts him at the forefront of both computer science and the arts. This discussion will revolve around the... more

Kay Wanous, Recent graduate, Earlham College Instructor, SuperComputing Education Ms. Wanous is a principle instructor with the Supercomputing Faculty Workshops teaching paralellism and concurrency to university faculty... more

David Patterson, Pardee Professor of Computer Science at the University of California at Berkeley. Professor Patterson's book, "Computer Organization and Design" is arguably the most used text for the computer architecture course... more

Just returned from Brooklyn, Intel will share insights on the program to introduce parallelism into the high School curriculum and their take on next steps for industry and academia. Intel brought together 15 top notch technical high school... more

Intel is bringing together 15 top notch technical high school students and 6 faculty members from technical high schools in New York City for a 3-day bootcamp to teach parallel programming through real-life experiences and Intel software... more

Diane Baxter, Dir. of Education, San Diego Supercomputer Center at UCSD. San Diego Supercomputer Center education programs support the infusion of information and communication technology resources into in K-16 education.... more

Professor Rubin Landau, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Oregon State University. Computer architecture has moved to many cores, the problem sets Scientist are forced to deal with are growing more complex yet the disconnect between... more

Multicore breaks a fundamental link in how we prepare our current and future developers – teach them to break a problem down into pieces and find a nice logical progression to solve each individual piece sequentially. A normal CS... more

Dr. Tim Mattson, Intel Principal Engineer, has been an early (and vocal) proponent of thinking parallel both in industry and academia. His past work as creator of OpenMP, as well as his present research on abstractions that bridge... more
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