## Interactive Parallel Computation in Support of Research in Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory

# Notes from the talks

## Monday, Jan 29

9:00 Clement Pernet (University of Waterloo): Parallelism perspectives for the LinBox library PDF notes Text notes

10:30 Brian Granger (Tech X Corp): Interactive parallel computing using Python and IPython PDF notes Text notes

11:30 Jean-Louis Roch (INRIA Moais / LIG, France): Processor-oblivious parallel algorithms with provable performances PDF notes Text notes

1:30 Henry Cohn (Microsoft Research): Parallel computation tools for research: a wishlist PDF notes Text notes

## Tuesday, Jan 30

9:00 Kathy Yelick (UC Berkeley): Programming models for parallel computing PDF notes Text notes

10:30 Yozo Hida (UC Berkeley): Moving Lapack and ScaLapack to higher precision without too much work PDF notes Text notes

11:30 Alfred Noel (UMass Boston/MIT): Structure and representations of real reductive Lie groups: A computational approach Text notes

1:30 Anton Leykin (IMA, Minnesota): Parallel computation of Groebner bases in the Weyl algebra Text notes

## Wednesday, Jan 31

9:00 Jason Martin (James Madison): MPMPLAPACK: The Massively Parallel Multi-Precision Linear Algebra Package PDF notes Text notes

10:30 Bill Hart (Warwick): Parallel computation in number theory PDF notes Text notes

11:30 Yi Qiang (U Washington): Distributed computing using SAGE PDF notes Text notes

1:30 Robert Bradshaw (U Washington): Loosely dependent parallel processes PDF notes Text notes

2:00 Ilias Kotsireas (Laurier U, Canada): Combinatorial Designs: constructions, algorithms and new results PDF notes Text notes

## Thursday, Feb 1

- 9:00 Jan Verschelde (UIC): Parallel homotopy algorithms to solve polynomial systems
- 10:30 Marc Moreno Maza (Western Ontario): Component-level parallelization of triangular decompositions
- 11:30 David Bailey (Lawrence Berkeley Labs): Experimental mathematics and high-performance computing
- 1:30 Thomas Wolf and Winfried Neun: Parallel sparsening and simplification of systems of equations

## Friday, Feb 2

- 9:00 Alan Edelman (MIT): Interactive parallel supercomputing: Today: MATLAB(r) and Python coming cutting edge: symbolic parallelism with Mathematica(r) and MAPLE(r)
- 10:30 Gene Cooperman (Northeastern U): Disk-based parallel computing: a new paradigm
- 11:30 Robert Harrison (Oak Ridge National Lab): Science at the petascale: tools in the tool box
- 1:30 Samee Khan (U Texas, Arlington): Game theoretical solutions for data replication in distributed computing systems

Coming soon! --Rob Stapleton