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SPECIAL CCS MINI-WORKSHOP

MAKING THE MOST OF THE O2K
November 5, 1999
 
PROGRAM
 
OPENING REMARKS
Roscoe Giles, Electrical & Computer Engineering
DISSECTING PROTEIN FOLDS
Zhiping Weng, Biomedical Engineering
USING MILLIONS AND MILLIONS OF PARTICLES TO SIMULATE SPACE PLASMAS
Meers Oppenheim, Astronomy
WHY LATTICE QCD REQUIRES A MULTI-TERAFLOP FACILITY
Claudio Rebbi, Physics
Break/Refreshments/Discussion

PROTEIN DYNAMICS: THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT
John Straub, Chemistry
VISUALIZATION FOR COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE; OPTIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES AT BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Erik Brisson, Scientific Computing and Visualization
WHY IS SUPERCOMPUTING LIKE GOLF? HOW TO LOWER YOUR SCORE (CPU HOURS)
Doug Sondak, Scientific Computing and Visualization
CONCLUDING DISCUSSION
 

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