NSF- and Indian government-sponsored workshop to discuss collaboration in research and education between researchers in India and the U.S. in the area of parallel computing. Participation is by invitation only.
India is today tremendously influential in both industrial and academic Computer Science, and this influence is bound to increase in the coming years. Developing opportunities for collaboration is in the interest of CS communities in both countries. This workshop will be the first attempt of the funding agencies of both countries at fostering interactions.
We expect the participation of approximately 20 senior researchers from US universities and other institutions as well as five senior research managers from industry. A similar number of participants from India are expected. There will also be a student component to the workshop to exchange experiences and discuss research issues.
- Pradip Bose, IBM Research
- Danny Dig, University of Illinois
- R. Govindarajan, IISc Bangalore
- Mary Hall, University of Utah
- Matthew Jacob, IISc Bangalore
- Ashwini Nanda, independent HPC consultant
- David Padua, University of Illinois
- Keshav Pingali, University of Texas
- Josep Torrellas, University of Illinois