13th IFIP International Conference on Network and Parallel Computing (NPC 2016)
Dr. Gao is general co-chair of the 13th IFIP International Conference on Network and Parallel Computing (NPC 2016)
University research drives innovation.
A University of Delaware spin-off company is highlighted in a new national report by The Science Coalition.
Technological immersion and poster session showcasing student research.
UD alum discusses sound technology advances at research celebration. Three doctoral students earned awards for their outstanding research: Elkin Garcia , Anagha Kulkarni and Yin Zhou.
CAPSL, ETI participate in $60 million Department of Energy computing initiative.
Three ECE Students Receive University Graduate Awards
The Office of Graduate and Professional Education has recognized three ECE Graduate Students for academic year 2012-2013:
Nuha Ahmed, Elkin Garcia and Tianyi Xu.
Gao selected to European consortium of high-performance computing experts
University of Delaware professor Guang Gao has been selected to join a consortium of worldwide experts working
to address high-performance computing challenges. The consortium, called TERAFLUX, is the first international
effort of its kind to bring together top specialists in data flow for high-performance computing from the United States and Europe.
For 5th year, graduate students and faculty showcase research at Supercomputing 2011
For the fifth year in a row, graduate students from the departments of CIS and ECE also participated in
Supercomputing Conference 2011 in Seattle, Nov. 13-18. The conference draws more than 12,000
attendees annually and is considered the leading international conference on high-performance computing,
networking, storage and analysis.
Engineering professor Guang R. Gao wins international recognition
Guang R. Gao, Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Delaware,
has received the 2011 Gauss Award, an international award recognizing the most outstanding research paper
in the field of scalable supercomputing.
Congressman Carney tours UD spin-off focused on supercomputing
“Congressman, you have a heavy workload,” Rishi Khan of ET International (ETI) said to Congressman John Carney.
“Imagine having five people to pass your work off to when you become overwhelmed without having to explain what to do,
when to do it, how to coordinate or where to go to get required information.
Then those five have five people to support them in the same way.
“Now repeat that 1,000 times,” explained Khan. “That's what we do at ET International—that’s supercomputing.”
Supercomputing experts gather at UD
National supercomputing experts gathered at the University of Delaware’s John M. Clayton Hall
April 5-6 for an informative workshop examining how parallel program execution models impact
system software and hardware design.
Many-core computer research wins 'best paper' at HiPEAC - MULTIPROG
A novel approach to reducing the energy consumed by computers has brought international
recognition to Elkin Garcia and
Daniel Orozco , two University of Delaware graduate students.
UD's Gao makes historic contributions to extreme scale computing
Guang Gao and a team of researchers at the University of Delaware are performing
ground-breaking research that may impact the landscape of supercomputing. Again.
UD workshop explores multiscale computing of cloud physics.
Over 50 people representing seven institutions exchanged ideas on multiscale computing of
cloud physics at a workshop held Aug. 16-17 at Clayton Hall.
UD start-up company leverages decades of research on parallel computing.
ET International (ETI), a computer technology and software company founded by Guang Gao,
Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Delaware,
was recently awarded a $15 million contract from the Department of Defense to deploy the company's
software for a variety of core technologies.
More than 170 inventors honored at inaugural recognition event.
For the first time, the University of Delaware recognized 179 faculty and staff who are
inventors on UD patents. The inaugural Inventors' Recognition was held Thursday, Oct. 8,
in the Roselle Center for the Arts.
NSF awards UD-NCAR group a petascale computing grant to study turbulent clouds.
Five University of Delaware faculty members have received a $1,064,500 grant from the National Science Foundation
to conduct research on multiscale modeling of turbulent clouds on petascale computers.
Two scientists from a collaborating institution, the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR),
will receive a separate award of $300,000 for the same project.
UD professor receives 2 major honors for supercomputer research
In recognition of his significant research achievements relating to supercomputers, Guang Gao,
Distinguished Professor of Computer and Electrical Engineering at the University of Delaware,
has been named a fellow by two international professional societies.
Professor Guang R. Gao is elected ACM Fellow
The ACM Board of Directors has announced the list of new ACM Fellows - Prof. Guang R. Gao
is among the awardees with the following citation of his work:
For contributions to multiprocessor computers and compiler optimization techniques.
Professor Guang R. Gao is elected IEEE Fellow
The IEEE Board of Directors has announced the list of new IEEE Fellows - Prof. Guang R. Gao is among the awardees
with the following citation of his work:
cointributions on the field of parallel architectures and compilers.
180 employees honored with service awards.
A luncheon honoring 180 faculty and staff celebrating five, 10 and 15 years at the University
was held at noon, Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the Multipurpose Room of the Trabant University Center.
Professor Guang R. Gao has been named Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Four members of the University of Delaware College of Engineering faculty have been appointed
to endowed professorships, UD Provost Dan Rich has announced.
UD engineers partner with IBM in supercomputing consortium.
A University of Delaware research team (CAPSL) is participating in a national initiative to regain
preeminence in supercomputing, a position that has been claimed by the Japanese over the course of the last decade.
Summit held on life sciences leadership.
The Delaware Biotechnology Institute and Silicon Graphics Inc. (SGI) of Mountain View, Calif.,
were joint hosts for a well-attended executive summit on Delivering Technology Leadership for
Life Sciences held Thursday, Oct. 3.
DBI named Sun Center of Excellence.
The Delaware Biotechnology Institute has been named a Sun Center of Excellence by Sun Microsystems Inc.