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The Future of Supercomputing: An Interim Report (2003)

Chapter: Appendix C: Briefers to the Committee

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Briefers to the Committee." National Research Council. 2003. The Future of Supercomputing: An Interim Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/10784.
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CBriefers to the Committee March 6-7, 2003 Washington, D.C. George Cotter, National Security Agency John Crawford, Intel Robert Graybill, DARPA John Grosh, Office of the Secretary of Defense Daniel Hitchcock, DOE, Of floe of Advanced Scientific Computing Research (OS) Gary Hughes, National Security Agency David Kahaner, Asian Technology Information Program Jacob V. Maizel, Jr., National Cancer Institute Jose Munoz, DOE, Office of Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASCI) Clay Sell, Clerk of the Senate Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development David Turek, IBM May 21-23, 2003 Stanford, California Greg Astfalk, Hewlett-Packard Gordon Bell, Microsoft Research Debra GolUfarb, IDC James Gray, Microsoft Research John Levesque, Cray Inc. John Lewis, Boeing Scott McClellan, Hewlett-Packard William Reed, DOE, Office of Advanced Simulation and Computing (ASCI) Mark Seager, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Burton Smith, Cray Inc. 45

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The Committee on the Future of Supercomputing was tasked to assess prospects for supercomputing technology research and development in support of U.S. needs, to examine key elements of context--the history of supercomputing, the erosion of research investment, the changing nature of problems demanding supercomputing, and the needs of government agencies for supercomputing capabilities--and to assess options for progress. This interim report establishes context--including the history and current state of supercomputing, application requirements, technology evolution, the socioeconomic context--to identify some of the issues that may be explored in more depth in the second phase of the study.

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