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Executive, Albuquerque High Performance Computing Center (AHPCC) ... what's more, asset place for MHPCC; now a national supercomputing Center inside of the NSF ...
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Elite Computing and Computational Science at AHPCC Brian T. Smith Professor, Department of Computer Science Director, Albuquerque High Performance Computing Center (AHPCC)

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High Performance Computing Education & Research Center UNM vital focus to start and center exercises in elite processing innovation, examination, and instruction Mission achieved through two focuses Established in 1994 as a preparation and asset community for MHPCC; now a national supercomputing Center inside the NSF National Computational Science Alliance, serving as a scholastic focal point of magnificence for exploration and training in computational science. Built up in 1994 under the sponsorship of the DoD Modernization Program, through a Cooperative Agreement between the University of New Mexico and the Air Force Research Laboratory. Gives generation processing cycles to DoD specialists.

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High Performance Computing, Education & Research Center Frank L. Gilfeather Brian T. Smith John S. Sobolewski Ernest D. Herrera Maui High Performance Computing Center DIRECTOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Eugene Bal Gary Jensen Steve Karwoski Margaret Lewis EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CO-DIRECTOR CO-DIRECTOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR Albuquerque High Performance Computing Center DIRECTOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Brian T. Smith Susan R. Map book Robert A. Ballance Ernest D. Herrera

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Supercomputing Capabilities AHPCC Ranks in the main 5 US scholastic foundations in supercomputing power (successful 5/00) An individual from the NSF Alliance and a hub on the National Technology Grid 60 related personnel, staff, postdocs and understudies Computing frameworks 512 processor IBM PIII Linux Supercluster (5/00) 128 processor Alta PII Linux Supercluster 32 processor VA Linux PIII Cluster Vista Azul - progressed IBM half and half framework 8 hub SGI Origin 2000 16 processor Alta PII Linux improvement group Visualization research facility 0ver 500 scholarly, industry, and government clients MHPCC One of the main 30 supercomputing focuses on the planet A DoD Shared Center—a hub on the National Technology Grid 65 staff individuals Computing frameworks 699 hub IBM SP 400 GFLOPS figuring power 167 GB absolute memory 2.1 TB interior plate stockpiling 1.3 outside circle stockpiling 20 TB mass stockpiling Visualization lab 0ver 1,100 government, industry, and scholastic clients Both focuses support a critical number of clients in the educated community and government, especially the DoD and NSF, and are key players in the national supercomputer group.

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LosLobos & Roadrunner Superclusters

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Research Environment at the AHPCC 38 Graduate Research Assistants 16 Associated Faculty (Physics & Astronomy, Chemistry, Biology, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Science, EECE) 6 Permanent Research Staff 6 Visiting Scientists, Postdoctoral Fellows Undergraduate Workstudy Students; NSF REU Research Facilities: Supercomputers, High Performance Clusters, Workstations, Workshop Area, Seminar Room and Access Grid Studio Educational Programs: SEC Program, Workshops, AHPCC Seminar Series, Alliance Activities, Native American Outreach, NSF AMO Summer School, UNM Course Laboratories

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Computer Systems Research To suspect, create, send, and bolster elite figuring innovation and frameworks Superclusters Open registering devices Grid-Based Computing Visualization

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Superclusters: Beyond Beowulf System configuration and coordination Off-the-rack symmetric multiprocessor subsystems High-speed interconnects Terabyte various leveled mass stockpiling frameworks Research Areas Networking– Portals Hybrid (SMP) programming models Cluster Management– Maui Scheduler, PBS Condor high-throughput processing

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Grid-Based Computing: Sharing Resources Across the Matrix Computational Grid: People to Machines, Machines to Machines Globus Virtual Machine Room (VMR) Wireless systems administration Access Grid: People to People and Machines Telemedicine Visualization Human Factors Production Studio Deployment Education & Training

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TOUCH Telehealth Virtual Collaboratory Dr. Dale Alverson (UNM), Dr. Richard Friedman (UH) Access Grid multi-bunch Internet video conferencing for separation instruction Virtual Reality preparing environment 3D picture/model control and recreation environment utilizing extensive, remote datasets Problem-based learning Figure: A client and their "symbol" in the BioSIMMER environment (cerebrum damage tolerant). A client and their "symbol" in the BioSIMMER environment - cerebrum damage understanding

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Scientific Visualization & Computational Environments Visualization Laboratory – Homunculus Project "Flatland" Virtual Reality Environment Vista Azul Scalable Graphics Engine – parallel rendering CoMeT Computational Mechanics Toolkit Scientific Visualization Research

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Science and Engineering Research Development of cutting edge calculations and parallel programming for use of elite registering innovation to issues at the bleeding edge of science and building Optics and Imaging Computational Physics Computational Fluid Dynamics Ecological Modeling Chemistry and Materials Computational Biology

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Quantum Optics • Optics & Imaging Image Processing and Astrophysical Observation Techniques for Astronomy and Space Surveillance Applications (D. Tyler, S. Prasad, W. Junor, R. Plemmons, T. Schulz, J. Green, J. Seldin, P. Alsing) Quantum Computing and Quantum Optics (I. Deutsch, C. Hollows, P. Alsing, G. Brennan, J. Grondalski, S. Ghose, P. Jessen) Optical Pulse Interactions with Nonlinear Materials (P. Bennett)

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Quantum Computing Quantum Optical Lattices By sparkling counter-engendering laser shafts, "precious stones of light" can be framed (egg carton structures) which can be utilized to trap unbiased molecules, e.g. cesium. By changing the period of the light, iotas can be united (movement the egg case minima) and made to interface by an extra catalysis laser. The associating molecules structure qubits and the moving egg box possibilities go about as a PC transport . Prof. Ivan Deutsch, and Prof. Carl Caves (Physics and Astronomy); Dr. Paul Alsing (AHPCC);

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Chemistry & Materials Defect Centers in a - SiO 2 Using Computational Chemistry Techniques (S.P. Karna, A.C. Pineda) Defects in Al and Cu ULSI Interconnects — Materials/Solid State Physics (S.R. Map book, S.M. Valone, L.A. Cano) Electron Transfer in Dendrimers (T.S. Elicker, D.G. Evans) Dynamics at Metal Surfaces (D. Xie, H. Guo) Molecular Dynamics of Proteins in Solution (P. Alsing, E. Coutsias) Atom-Ion Collisions (P. Alsing, M. Riley, A. Hira)

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V door source V deplete a-SiO 2 n-Si n-Si p-Si V predisposition Defects in SiO 2 Dr. Andrew Pineda, AHPCC Dr. Shashi Karna, AFRL Defects are distinguished tentatively through EPR. Quantum mechanical (Hartree-Fock) figurings give nitty gritty data hopeful structure and development instruments. Same computational methods are utilized to model dynamic destinations of organic atoms in levelheaded medication plan. Calculations include several electrons and many iotas: 100\'s of CPU hours on 8–32 processors of a supercomputer. a-SiO2 is the dielectric (protector) material utilized as a part of today\'s semiconductor gadgets. Deformity focuses are made in assembling and by light. They are accepted to be the essential charge traps in semiconductors; debasing current/voltage execution and some of the time obliterating them.

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Molecular Dynamics reproduction of the part of water in protein collapsing Dr. Paul M. Alsing (AHPCC); Prof. Evangelos Coutsias (Mathematics & Statistics); Prof. Jack McIver (Physics and Astronomy)

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Visualization of extensive information sets from atomic elements recreations in Flatland

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Computational Genomics Systems outline and administration Storage and control of expansive microarray and patient datasets Database/explanation plan Firewall to ensure quiet protection Customized progressive mass stockpiling framework Visualization Mathematical and computational investigation Molecular characterization: grouping and neighborhood examination Identification of hereditary relationships in microarray information Collaboration between scholars, medicinal researchers, mathematicians, computational researchers will be fundamental

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Computer Science Research Parallel Algorithms and Numerical Mathematics (D.A. Bader, P. Bennett, P. Alsing, B. Minhas) Condor Flocking and Turing Cluster — High Throughput Computing (Z. Chen, B.T. Smith, X. Wang, M. Livny, C.D. Maestas) Scalable Systems Lab (A.B. Maccabe) Research Clusters: Black Bear, Vista Azul, Roadrunner (R. Ballance, P. Kovatch, J.R. Barnes, C. Maestas) — Programming Paradigms for SMP Architectures; Code Development and Optimization; Cluster Management

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Research High Performance Computing Visualization Modeling and Simulation Image Processing Computational Mechanics Computational Physics Computational Chemistry Computational Biology Providing, Developing and Implementing Services Computing and representation Distributed figuring planning Collaborative intelligent situations for scientists and preparing Education and Outreach Graduate-level testament program for understudies and experts at the government labs Native American instruction and preparing Hawaiian schools NCSA exercises—instructive toolboxs Training in High Performance Computing and Applications Regional industry clients Federal lab clients Students and personnel—nearby and national Activities

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Area Visualization Clusters Networking Collaboration Computational Modeling Cluster Management R&D Projects Project Flatland SMP Programming Portals, NGIO Access Grid Tools CoMeT Maui Scheduler

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Production Systems Condor Distributed Workstations Remote Job Submission and Management Roadrunner Alliance Shared Computational Resource Produ

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