Juan Vargas from Microsoft chairs this session at the 2012 Microsoft Research Faculty Summit.
This session continues with the theme “The Changing Landscape of Parallel Computing”. In this session, Burton Smith, Microsoft technical fellow, presents 'Operating System Architecture for Parallel and Distributed Computing.' In addition, a panel discusses the educational impact of UPCRC, with the following presentations:
- What to Cover in an Introductory Course on Parallel Programming?—David Padua
- Teaching Parallel Computing Nationwide and Beyond via NSF/XSEDE—Jim Demmel
- Teaching Software Engineering to 35,000 Students Using a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)—David Patterson
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SpeakerBurton Smith, David Padua, David Patterson, and James Demmel
HostMicrosoft Research Connections
AffiliationUniveristy of California, UIUC, University of Southern California, Microsoft Corporation
Date recorded17 July 2012