(Heterogenous and Parallel Computing Lab)
Current Research Foci:
- High Performance Computing (HPC) incl. Supercomputing. Cluster, GRID and Cloud computing
- Parallel scientific software environments including machine learning based auto-tuning and load balancing.
- Parallel algorithms and optimization for novel heterogeneous architectures and accelerators including GPUs.
See Research for more details.
The Opening of HPC-Lab in Oct 2008 was featured in digi.no, one of Norway's most popular online IT-paper sites. https://www.digi.no/artikler/ntnu-vil-lage-de-kuleste-pc-ene/207850
- Elster to give IEEE CS DVP talks at CCSU and Univ. of Bridgeport , Connecticu, USA on April 24 and 25, 2019, repectively: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/197637
- Elster to give invited talk at PDAB/IBM event in Oslo on June 12.
- Elster attended the annual Dell EMC HPC conference MARCH 25-27, 2019 in Austin, Texas, https://www.dellhpc.org/march2019.html
- Elster gave one of the invited talks at Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2019 on March 11 in Warsaw, Poland: https://supercomputingfrontiers.eu/2019/
- Elster gave talk "AI for HPC in Oil & Gass: Exoeriences and Opportunities" on March 4, 2019 at the Rice Oil& Gas HPC conference http://rice2019oghpc.rice.edu/program/
- Elster presented paper by HPC-Lab PhD student Samira Pakdel and herself @ PDP2019 in Pavia, Italy, Feb 13-15, 2019 https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331953833_Using_Heterogeneous_Graph_Nodes_HGNs_to_Minimize_Overall_Graph_Execution_Time_in_Heterogeneous_Distributed_Systems_Modeling
- Elster visited Nils Høimyhr at CERN on Feb 12, 2019 to discuss future collaborations.
- The HPC-Lab 10th Anniversary Workshop was held Sep 26, 2018, Rm H1, Main Bldg, NTNU-Gløshagen, Trondheim. See: https://www.ntnu.edu/idi/hpc-lab/10-yr-ws-2018
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Anne Cathrine Elster
HPC-Lab was established in Oct. 2008. Dr. Elster's research group has, however, been involved with GPU computing since 2006, and was a Nvidia GPU Research Center and GPU Teaching Center