SC2000 WEBCASTS

WEBCASTS COMPLETE

The SC2000 Exhibition has ended, but most of the webcasts live on, at least for the next month or so. More exhibition floor webcasts will be added in the coming weeks. The archived presentations are being hosted by the San Diego Supercomputer Center. We hope you enjoy them.


EXHIBITION FLOOR PRESENTATIONS

Now featuring eleven presentations, with more presentations from the SC2000 Exhibition Floor on the way.

INSTRUCTIONS

Viewing the SC2000 Webcasts requires the free RealPlayer software from Real Networks. We also have more detailed instructions and sample clips.

HELP DESK

In an effort to help solve any problems our remote viewers may encounter we are providing a webcast help desk. User support will be available by telephone and email shortly before, during, and shortly after all webcast events. Please visit the webcast pages for contact information.

All webcast viewers are encouraged to provide feedback on the quality and scope of the broadcasts. Tell us what you found useful, what you would like to see in the future, and how effective you found the webcasts.

Send e-mail to the Help Desk at webcasts@sc2000.org.

Exhibit Floor Live!

The robotic camera has been decommissioned.

Webcast Archive

Keynote Address:
Petaflops in the Year 2009

Steven J. Wallach
CenterPoint Venture Partners / Chiaro Networks

COTS Cluster Systems for High-Performance Computing
Thomas Sterling
NASA JPL, Caltech CACR

A Small Dose of INFOSEC
Eugene H. Spafford
Purdue University
Talk starts at 00:47:40 into presentation.

Numbers, Lots of Numbers, and Insight Too: Scientific Computing 2000
Margaret H. Wright
Bell Laboratories, Lucent Technologies

Parallel/Distributed Programming: Research Success--Application Failure?
J.C. Browne
University of Texas at Austin
Talk starts at 00:42:55 into the video stream.

On the Scale and Performance of Cooperative Web Proxy Caching
Goeff Voelker
UC San Diego, CRA Digital Fellow