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Program – Schedule

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Speakers – Multicore World 2014 (25th – 26th February)

John Gustafson

John Gustafson – Winner of inaugural Gordon Bell Prize, Former Senior Fellow, Chief Product Architect, AMD; Former Director, Intel LabsAuthor, Gustafson’s law. CTO, Ceranovo, Inc. (USA).

Gernot Heiser

Gernot Heiser –Scientia Professor and John Lions Chair at University of New South Wales; Leader of SSRG, the Software Systems Research Group at NICTA (National ICT Australia).

@GernotHeiser

Tim Cornwell

Tim Cornwell – SKA Architect – Head of Computing, SKA Organisation; UK.

@TimCornwell

Wolfgang Schroder-Preikschat

Wolfgang Schröder-Preikschat – Present holder of the Professorship of Computer Science 4 (Distributed Systems and Operating System) at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität (FAU) Erlangen-Nürnberg (Germany)

Manuel Chakravarty

Manuel Chakravarty – Program Chair of ACM SIGPLAN 2014 Conference on Functional Programming; Editorial Board of the ACM Transactions on Parallel Computing; Associated Professor at University of New South Wales (Australia)

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Alex St. John – CUDA Authority, former CTO Hi5.com, founder WildTangent, creator of DirectX. USA – New Zealand

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David Brebner. CEO, Founder – fingertapps & Unlimited Realities. New Zealand

Mark Moir

Mark Moir – Principal Investigator, Scalable Synchronization Research Group, Oracle Labs (USA – New Zealand)

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Ricardo Rocha – Cloud Engineer, Catalyst IT – New Zealand

Kent Winchell

Kent Winchell – CTO Office, Cray Inc. – USA

Cristina Cifuentes

Cristina Cifuentes: Oracle Architect and founding Director of Oracle Labs Australia

Andreas Wicenec

Andreas Wicenec – Professor of Data Intensive Research, ICRARUniversity of Western Australia

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Nicola Gaston – President of the New Zealand Association of Scientists; Senior Lecturer, Victoria University of Wellington. New Zealand

John Bancroft

John Bancroft – Head of Project Development Asia-Pacific, STFC (Science & Technology Facilities Council) (UK – New Zealand)

Shaun Hendy

Shaun Hendy – FRSNZ – Professor of Physics, The University of Auckland (New Zealand)

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Speakers – Workshop Computing for SKA (27th – 28th February)

Tim Cornwell

Tim Cornwell – SKA Architect – Head of Computing, SKA Organisation; UK.

@TimCornwell

Jasper Horrell

Jasper Horrell – General Manager, Science Computing and Innovation, SKA (South Africa)

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Brent Carlson – Central Signal Processor (CSP-SKA) Consortium Lead System Engineer, National Research Council of Canada (NRC)

John Humphreys

John Humphreys – Chair, Australasian SKA & Big Data Consortium (ASKAIC), Australia

Andreas Wicenec

Andreas Wicenec – Professor of Data Intensive Research, ICRARUniversity of Western Australia

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Alex St. John – CUDA Authority, former CTO Hi5.com, founder WildTangent, creator of DirectX. USA – New Zealand

melanie-johnston-hollitt

Melanie Johnston-Hollitt – Chair Murchison Widefield Array Board, member SKA Organisation Board of Directors & Leader Astrophysics Group, Senior Lecturer – Physics. School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

Sergei Gulyaev

Sergei Gulyaev – Professor of Astronomy; Director, Institute of Radio Astronomy and Space Research, Auckland University of Technology (AUT) (New Zealand)

John Bancroft

John Bancroft – Head of Project Development Asia-Pacific, STFC (Science & Technology Facilities Council) (UK – New Zealand)

Head of International Partnerships, The Hartree Centre.

Head Commercial Interactions for the SKA Project, The Hartree Centre

Andrew Ensor - AUT, New Zealand

Andrew Ensor – Director of New Zealand SKA Alliance, Research Senior Lecturer, AUT (New Zealand).

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DisclaimerProgram and Speakers’ list can change without notice. Whilst Open Parallel as organiser will aim to keep the highest standard of the speakers list for the conference, the organiser cannot be liable for any change to program and speakers. Organisers responsibilities are listed in the Registration Form