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* Ifti B.  I could speak on the SupersingularModule during SD3. My plan is to speed up some of the internals between now and SD3, run computation, and give an update on what has happened since august  msri06, the summer grad workshop on computing with modular forms.  * [[MartinAlbrecht Martin Albrecht]] * Gregory Bard  "The Method of Four Russians for Matrix Inverses and Factorization" * [[IftikharBurhanuddin Iftikhar Burhanuddin]]  I could speak on the SupersingularModule during SD3. My plan is to speed up some of the internals between now and SD3, run computation, and give an update on what has happened since august  msri06, the summer grad workshop on computing with modular forms. * [[DavidHarvey David Harvey]] * SJ Klein  OLPC * Sebastian Pauli  Round 4 algorithm for factoring polynomials over local fields * David Roe  padic Arithmetic in SAGE * Suvrit Sra  Numerical Linear Algebra/Matrix Computation * [[WilliamStein]] William Stein * [[YiQiang Yi Qiang]]  Distributed SAGE Can someone volunteer to discuss some of the issues about parallelism that arose at the recent workshop on interactive parallel computation? Specifically stuff that is relevant to SAGE? 
Sage Days 3 Proposed Talks/Speakers
 Gregory Bard  "The Method of Four Russians for Matrix Inverses and Factorization"
Iftikhar Burhanuddin  I could speak on the SupersingularModule during SD3. My plan is to speed up some of the internals between now and SD3, run computation, and give an update on what has happened since august  msri06, the summer grad workshop on computing with modular forms.
 SJ Klein  OLPC
 Sebastian Pauli  Round 4 algorithm for factoring polynomials over local fields
 David Roe  padic Arithmetic in SAGE
 Suvrit Sra  Numerical Linear Algebra/Matrix Computation
WilliamStein William Stein
Yi Qiang  Distributed SAGE
Can someone volunteer to discuss some of the issues about parallelism that arose at the recent workshop on interactive parallel computation? Specifically stuff that is relevant to SAGE?