The Data-Intensive Scalable Computing Laboratory (DISCL) at the Texas Tech University has broad research interests in parallel and distributed computing, high-performance computing, Cloud computing, computer architectures and systems software with a focus on building scalable computing systems for data-intensive applications in high-performance scientific computing/high-end enterprise computing.
- May 2016, Ph.D. student Mr. John Leidel was accepted to the IPDPS PhD Forum in Chicago, IL.
- April 2016, We jointly hosted the NSF I/UCRC Cloud and Autonomic Computing Center Semi-Annual Meeting (Gallery>>) and Texas Tech University 2016 Symposium on Big Data (Gallery>>) with one of keynote speeches offered by Dr. Tyrone W. A. Grandison, the Deputy Chief Data Officer of US Department of Commerce, discussing “Data-Driven Government - Big Data with Purpose”.
- March 2016, Ph.D. student Mr. Xi Wang and M.S. student Mr. Frank Conlon will join Micron Technology, Inc. and Sandia National Laboratories for an internship in the Summer 2016, respectively. Congratulations to them.
- February 2016, Ph.D. student Mr. Wei Xie will join ORNL (Oak Ridge National Laboratory) for an internship in the Summer 2016. Congratulations to him.
- January 2016, Ph.D. student Ms. Neda Tavakoli received a travel grant for attending the USENIX FAST'16 conference in Santa Clara, CA.
- November 2015, The 2015 International Workshop on Data-Intensive Scalable Computing Systems (DISCS-2015), a full-day workshop at the 2015 ACM/IEEE Supercomputing Conference (SC'15), was successfully held in Austin, TX.
- November 2015, Mr. John Leidel, Mr. Xi Wang, Ms. Nika Ghiasi, and Dr. Chen will conduct a demo for “GoblinCore-64: An Emerging, Open Architecture for Data Intensive High Performance Computing” at The 2015 ACM/IEEE Supercomputing (SC'15) Conference in the Emerging Technologies (at EMT 117). HPC Wire.
- October 2015, Master's student Mr. Misha Ahmadian successfully defended his thesis entitled “Computation Reduction through Data Re-use for Scientific Applications”. Congratulations!