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Increased efforts to keep pace with the evolution in HPC hardware and software represent unique challenges that only a handful of enabling technology researchers are capable of addressing successfully. Our cutting-edge research efforts of the past have provided the foundation for addressing these challenges and serve as catalysts for success in our ever growing research portfolio. Our vision, our expertise, our determination, and our track record continue to position ICL as a leader in academic research.

What originally began more than 20 years ago as in-depth investigations of the numerical libraries that encode the use of linear algebra in software, has grown into an extensive research portfolio. We have evolved and expanded our research agenda to accommodate the aforementioned evolution of the HPC community, which includes a focus on algorithms and libraries for multicore and hybrid computing. As we have gained a solid understanding of the challenges presented in these domains, we have further expanded our research to include work in performance evaluation and benchmarking for high-end computers, as well as work in high performance parallel and distributed computing, with efforts focused on message passing and fault tolerance.

Demonstrating the range and diversity of our research, we will be engaged in more than 25 significant research projects during 2013-2014 across our main areas of focus.

Performance Analysis
HPC Challenge HPL MuMMI PAPI TOP500
Distributed Computing
DAGuE DPLASMA GridPAC Open MPI PaRSEC ULFM
Agency Research
DOE CIFTS DOE CScADS DOE PERI NSF Keeneland NSF POINT NSF FutureGrid
ICL Involvement
KOJAK SCALASCA SUPER SciDAC
Past Projects
Active Netlib Blackjack CTWatch GCO GrADS f2j FT-MPI/HARNESS iter-ref LFC NetBuild Netlib NetSolve/GridSolve POINT RIB ReST SALSA SANS SInRG