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Grabbing the Globe 2010-2011
Randall and Barbara Meyer "Grabbing the Globe" Seminar Series
2010-2011 Academic Year
April 21, 2011
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Howard Jay Siegel is George T. Abell Endowed Chair Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Colorado State University and professor of computer science and the first director of the CSU Information Science and Technology Center. His research interests include heterogeneous parallel and distributed computing, communication networks, parallel algorithms, parallel machine interconnection networks, and reconfigurable parallel computer systems. In the area of heterogeneous computing, he is examining ways to allocate the varied compute and communication resources of a collection of different interconnected machines to applications to be executed on the system, with the goal of maximizing some given performance criterion; one of his focus areas is on robust resource allocation.