U.C. Berkeley CS267 Home Page
Applications of Parallel Computers
MW 9:30-11, 405 Soda
Office: 776 Soda Hall, 643-5386
Office Hours: M 11-12, T 2-3
Office: 515 Soda Hall, 3-6763
Office Hours: TBD
Discussion Section: TBD
Office: 776 Soda Hall, 2-8395
There will be a class field trip to visit the
National Energy Research Scientific Computing Facility (NERSC)
on Thursday March 17. NERSC is located at 415 Thomas L. Berkley Way (formerly 20th Str) in Oakland, 943-238 Conference Room, 2nd floor.
On March 17, meet Prof David Culler's CS252 Class at Berkeley BART at 10:30am to take the 10:40 train. BART 19th Street Station is across the street from the NERSC building.
All visitors to NERSC must bring picture ID. All visitor should send their names to Prof. Demmel so he can forward them to NERSC security, so they know whom to expect.
Read CS267 Newsgroup
This will include, among other things, class handouts, homework assignments, the class roster, information about class accounts, pointers to documentation for machines and software tools we will use, reports and books on supercomputing, pointers to old CS267 class webpages (inluding old class projects), and pointers to other useful websites.
Sharks and Fish
Basic problem description, and (partial) code from 1999 class, written in Matlab, CMMD, CMF, Split-C, Sun Threads, and pSather, available
Code (partial) from 2004 class, written in MPI, pthreads, OpenMP, available