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分布式计算系统》课程相关信息

详细信息:http://grid.hust.edu.cn/dcs2008

一、授课时间、地点安排

授课时间:20086162008620

授课地点:华中科技大学(主校区)东5楼二楼210

有意报名者登陆:http://grid.hust.edu.cn/dcs2008

二、住宿、交通安排

1、报到时间: 2008年6月15下午,地点:武汉华中科技大学(主校区)东5楼二楼214

              集群与网格计算湖北省重点实验室、服务计算技术与系统教育部重点实验室,电话:027-87557047/87543529

              免收学费,但交通、食宿费自理。

2、住宿安排:学校8号楼、1号楼、3号楼及培训公寓

    点:华中科技大学(主校区)

    格:8号楼268/标准双人间(含双早、独立卫生间、热水、空调);1号楼238/标准双人间(含双早、独立卫生间、热水、空调);

          3号楼100/双人间(公共卫生间、热水、空调);培训公寓60/单人间,100/双人间,120/三人间(均有独立卫生间、热水、空调)。

订房电话:138号楼电话:87540188;培训公寓:87557237

3、交通路线:

飞机:  1)从天河机场下飞机,乘机场巴士到傅家坡下,转的士(约20-30元)到华中科技大学南大门口,进大门转1元校巴至目的地。

2)从天河机场下飞机,乘的士(约110-120元左右)到华中科技大学南大门口,进大门转1元校巴至目的地。

火车: 1)从武昌站下车,乘518路公共汽车至关山口(华中科技大学南大门口)下车,进大门转1元校巴至目的地。

2)从汉口站下车,乘536路公共汽车至关山口(华中科技大学南大门口)下车,进大门转1元校巴至目的地。

学校地图http://www.hustonline.net/map/main.swf

三、联系方式

1 联系人:刘老师

2 电 话:027-87557047-8027;传真:027-87557354;手机:13808634475

3 Email: yingshul@mail.hust.edu.cn

四、初步授课时间安排

时 间 安 排

编号

日期

星期

时间

安排

地点

1

2008-06-15

星期日

下午300~530

报到时间

领取听课证

华中科技大学

5214

2

2008-06-16

星期一

830-1145

1420-1730

上课时间

华中科技大学

5214

2

2008-06-17

星期二

华中科技大学

5214

3

2008-06-18

星期三

华中科技大学

5214

4

2008-06-19

星期四

华中科技大学

5214

5

2008-06-20

星期五

华中科技大学

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分布式计算系统》课程简介

Distributed Computing Systems

 

Kai Hwang, Professor

Department of Electrical Engineering and Department of Computer Science
University of Southern California

SYNOPSIS:

This course covers distributed computing systems, supercomputers, network-centric systems, and scalable Internet applications. The topics coverage ranges from  large-scale multicomputer clusters, distributed Grids, to peer-to-peer network systems, such as the IBM BlueGene/L, Google search-engine, TeraGrid, e-Science, DataGrid, Gnutella, KaZaA, Napster, DHT Chord, and BitTorrent systems, etc. The purpose is to acquaint Masters and Ph.D. students in computer science and computer engineering with state-of-the-art superclusters, P2P and Grid systems, content-delivery networks, virtual platforms, middleware systems (Globus, LSF, Condor), and benchmark suites (NAS, PSA, MPI)  for high-performance computing, and large-scale Internet applications.

BIOGRAPHY

Kai Hwang is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and Director of Internet and Grid Computing Laboratory at the University of Southern California. He received the Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley in 1972. Prior to joining USC in 1985, he has taught at Purdue University for many years. He has served as a distinguished Chair Professor during his sabbatical visits at the Univ. of Minnesota, National Taiwan Univ., and Univ. of Hong Kong. He has supervised the completion of 19 Ph.D. theses at Purdue and USC. He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing . He is also an editor of IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems.

Dr. Hwang has authored or coauthored 4 books and 200 scientific papers in refereed Journals and conferences. His past teaching and research work on scalable multiprocessors and parallel processing has been summarized in two of his latest books, Scalable Parallel Computing (McGraw-Hill, 1998) and Advanced Computer Architecture (McGraw-Hill 1993), which are worldwide used and translated into Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and Korean editions. He was elected an IEEE Fellow in 1986 for making significant contributions in computer architecture, digital arithmetic, and parallel processing. His work was ranked by the CiteSeer. Continuity in August 2006 among the top 0.25 % most cited authors in Computer Science out of 790,329 authors in the database. He received the K. S. Fu Award in 2004 from China Computer Federation for his outstanding achievements in high-performance computing research and higher education.
Dr. Hwang has chaired numerous ACM/IEEE Conferences and presented over 20 keynote addresses in major international conferences. He has lectured worldwide and performed advisory work for IBM Fishkill, MIT Lincoln Lab., ETL in Japan, Academia Sinica in China, INRIA in France, and GMD in Germany. Dr. Hwang.s research was supported by numerous grants from the NSF, AFOSR, IBM, MIT Lincoln Lab, etc. Presently, he leads the NSF-supportedG GridSec Project at USC. His group develops P2P trust models, DHT overlay networks, reputation systems, and distributed defense systems against Internet worm outbreaks and DDoS attacks.

More information can be found at http://gridsec.usc.edu/Hwang.html.

PREREQUISITES:

* Computer Architecture  

* Internet Technology, Networks