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Primeur weekly 2011-12-05

The Cloud

Oracle delivers best four processor result on TPC-H Benchmark at three TB scale factor ...

Oracle Solaris 11 Training and Certification Programmes help customers and partners quickly embrace the Cloud ...

Oracle announces availability of Oracle WebLogic Server 12c ...

HP powers move to Cloud for enterprises and service providers ...

Cloud computing speeds up problem solving and saves energy ...

China Intelligence signs $1.5 million contract with China Southern Power Grid ...

HP and Alcatel-Lucent bring together the power of data centre technology and communications networks ...

EuroFlash

Cancer Research UK achieves scientific breakthroughs with Platform Computing ...

Warwick's supercomputer seeks way to mimic mollusc shell ...

GBP 158 million investment in e-infrastructure to power growth and innovation ...

BCNET deploys ADVA FSP 3000 in British Columbia Research & Education Network ...

ADVA Optical Networking announces first 10Gbit/s Etherjack demarcation device ...

ADVA Optical Networking and IBM introduce industry's first qualified solution for zEnterprise Bladecenter Extension (zBX) ...

ADVA Optical Networking and P&TLuxembourg deploy region's first high-end parallel Sysplex over InfiniBand service ...

Climate models run supercomputer catwalk ...

IBM opens its first Romanian product development facility for systems networking ...

The shadows in a city reveal its energy flow ...

USFlash

Cray to provide a 400 Tflop/s supercomputer to Kyoto University's Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies ...

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center collaborates with SGI on shared-memory enhancements ...

SDSC researcher Amarnath Gupta named an ACM Distinguished Scientist ...

Green500 shows continuing trend toward environmentally friendly supercomputers ...

Researchers tout co-design approach for ultra-efficient supercomputing ...

Purdue builds nation's fastest campus supercomputer ...

IBM to produce Micron's Hybrid Memory Cube in debut of first commercial, 3D chip-making capability ...

C-DAC bags International Data Corporation (IDC) HPC Innovation Excellence Award ...

SDSC researcher Amarnath Gupta named an ACM Distinguished Scientist

1 Dec 2011 San Diego - Amarnath Gupta, a researcher with the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego, has been named a Distinguished Scientist by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), the world's largest educational and scientific computing society.

The Distinguished Scientist grade recognizes ACM members who have at least 15 years of professional experience and five years of continuous professional membership, and whose accomplishments in and impact on the computing field have been significant.

Amarnath Gupta is currently director of the Advanced Query Processing Lab at SDSC, which is focused on the study of emerging information systems, notably the impact of high-performance computing platforms to assist in solving information systems problems such as those in biomedicine and neurosciences. He also is co-principal investigator of the Neuroscience Information Framework (NIF) project, the world's largest information repository and bioinformatics resource for neuroscience at UC San Diego's California Institute for Telecommunications and Information Technology, or Calit2.

"Amarnath Gupta has made some tremendous contributions to SDSC, as well as the entire research community", stated Michael Norman, director of SDSC. "Just to name a few, he was the first to create a domain knowledge-based mediation for scientific databases, and received a patent for that work. He also is a pioneer in applying the latest information systems research in biomedicine, and has advanced informatics research on Parkinson's disease by creating the first logical model of a neurological disorder."

Amarnath Gupta, who joined SDSC in 1998, recently co-authored a book that explores how to create an information framework for managing a wide range of socially generated digital information. Called "Managing Event Information: Modeling, Retrieval, and Applications", the book addresses the exponential increase in data generation, thanks to the proliferation of citizen reporting, smart mobile devices, and social media. It was written with Ramesh Jain, a Donald Bren Professor in Information and Computer Sciences at UC Irvine.

Amarnath Gupta received a Ph.D. in computer science engineering from Jadavpur University in Calcutta, India, as well as an M.S. in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Texas, Arlington, and the university's Health Science Center in Dallas.
Source: San Diego Supercomputer Center

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2011-12-05

The Cloud

Oracle delivers best four processor result on TPC-H Benchmark at three TB scale factor ...

Oracle Solaris 11 Training and Certification Programmes help customers and partners quickly embrace the Cloud ...

Oracle announces availability of Oracle WebLogic Server 12c ...

HP powers move to Cloud for enterprises and service providers ...

Cloud computing speeds up problem solving and saves energy ...

China Intelligence signs $1.5 million contract with China Southern Power Grid ...

HP and Alcatel-Lucent bring together the power of data centre technology and communications networks ...

EuroFlash

Cancer Research UK achieves scientific breakthroughs with Platform Computing ...

Warwick's supercomputer seeks way to mimic mollusc shell ...

GBP 158 million investment in e-infrastructure to power growth and innovation ...

BCNET deploys ADVA FSP 3000 in British Columbia Research & Education Network ...

ADVA Optical Networking announces first 10Gbit/s Etherjack demarcation device ...

ADVA Optical Networking and IBM introduce industry's first qualified solution for zEnterprise Bladecenter Extension (zBX) ...

ADVA Optical Networking and P&TLuxembourg deploy region's first high-end parallel Sysplex over InfiniBand service ...

Climate models run supercomputer catwalk ...

IBM opens its first Romanian product development facility for systems networking ...

The shadows in a city reveal its energy flow ...

USFlash

Cray to provide a 400 Tflop/s supercomputer to Kyoto University's Academic Center for Computing and Media Studies ...

Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center collaborates with SGI on shared-memory enhancements ...

SDSC researcher Amarnath Gupta named an ACM Distinguished Scientist ...

Green500 shows continuing trend toward environmentally friendly supercomputers ...

Researchers tout co-design approach for ultra-efficient supercomputing ...

Purdue builds nation's fastest campus supercomputer ...

IBM to produce Micron's Hybrid Memory Cube in debut of first commercial, 3D chip-making capability ...

C-DAC bags International Data Corporation (IDC) HPC Innovation Excellence Award ...