Sunday, September 24

Prototyping a Combustion Corridor

2:00 PM-4:00 PM
Center City 2

Data and Visualization Corridors are future environments in which researchers have unimpeded access to large volumes of remote data. The speakers in this minisymposium describe a prototype Corridor specialized to the needs of combustion researchers. The implementation requires a collaboration of researchers in combustion, visualization, and networking technologies. Research issues exist in a number of areas: high-speed transport of data, network-aware applications, reservation of bandwidth and other resources, management of data in a widely distributed system, security and access control, and collaborative technologies. All of these are complicated by the need for applications to span multiple networks that are owned and managed independently.

Organizers: Robert F. Lucas
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory , USA
Joseph F. Grcar
Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, USA
2:00-2:25 Combustion Visualization Needs and Prototype Systems
Vincent E. Beckner, John B. Bell, William Y. Crutchfield, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA; and Joseph F. Grcar, Organizer
2:30-2:55 Emerging Technologies for Remote Parallel Visualization
Edward W. Bethel, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA
3:00-3:25 The NTON Packet-over-Sonet Network Testbed
James M. Brandt and Helen Y. Chen, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, USA
3:30-3:55 Net Logger Methodology for Analysis of Distributed Systems
Daniel K. Gunter and Brian L. Tierney, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA

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