Research Interests & Activity
Cal Ribbens

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My primary research interests are in parallel computation, high-end computing and computational science. Current topics of interest include distributed shared memory systems, concurrency bug detection and recovery, algorithms and tools for improving utilization and throughput on parallel systems via dynamically re-sizable (malleable) parallel computations, and algorithms and tools for improving the performance of large-scale computational ensemble computations and sparse linear-algebra kernels. Other topics of recent and possible future interest include numerical linear algebra and mathematical software for PDEs, grid computing (including scheduling, load balancing, code composition frameworks, fault tolerance, and resource-aware issues), and problem solving environments.

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C. J. Ribbens, last updated 07/29/2012