Research Funding Obtained by the Group

Following is a list of research funding obtained by the faculty members of the group during the last several years (ending during or after 2000). The list is ordered according to the year the funding was received. Please refer to the individual homepages of the faculty members for funding which ended before 2000.

2003

Collective Communication and MPICH2 Improvements for MVAPICH MPI on InfiniBand, D. K. Panda (PI) and Pete Wyckoff, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, May 03--Sept. 03.

Efficient Implementation of LA-MPI on Myrinet/GM2 and Quadrics/Elan, D. K. Panda (PI), Los Alamos National Laboratory, May 03--Sept. 03.

Collective Communication and Connection Management Issues in InfiniBand-Based Clusters, D. K. Panda (PI) and Pete Wyckoff, Los Alamos National Laboratory, May 03--Sept. 03.

Supporting MPI Collective Communication Operations with Application Bypass, D. K. Panda (PI), P. Sadayappan, and Pete Wyckoff, Sandia National Laboratory, Jan 03--Dec. 03.

2002

An Integrated Middleware and Language/Compiler Framework for Grid Computing, National Science Foundation (under the Next Generation Software (NGS) program), G. Agrawal (PI), co-PIs: J. Saltz, T. Kurc, and U. Catalyurek, August 2002 to July 2005.

Network Interface Support for High Performance and Scalable Communication Services in Clusters, National Science Foundation, D. K. Panda (PI), July 02 - June 05.

High Performance and Scalable MPI Implementation on InfiniBand, Sandia National Laboratory, D. K. Panda (PI) and P. Wyckoff, May 2002 - Mar. 2003.

Communication and Scheduling Issues in Buffered Co-Scheduling, Los Alamos National Laboratory, D. K. Panda (PI) and P. Sadayappan, May 2002 - Sept. 2002.

High-level Programming Methodologies for Data Intensive Computations, National Science Foundation, G. Agrawal (PI), J. Saltz (co-PI), Feb 2002 to January 2005.

2001

A Scalable Data Intensive Computing Environment for Liquid Molding Simulations, Department of Defense (DoD) PET program, G. Agrawal (PI), co-PIs: J. Saltz, R. Machiraju, and T. Kurc, October 2001 to September 2002.

Communication Support for Programming Models for Scalable Parallel Computing}, part of the ``Center for Programming Models for Scalable Parallel Computing'' with six other Universities and four National Labs, Department of Energy, D. K. Panda (PI), Sept. 01 - August 06.

Efficient Strategies and Implementations for One-sided Communication in Clusters, Pacific Northwest National Laboratories, D. K. Panda (PI), April 01 - Sept. 2001.

Evaluation of the Influence of Network Topology and Mapping on the Performance of Parallel Applications on Clusters, Sandia National Laboratories, P. Sadayappan (PI), J. Duato, D. K. Panda, and P. Wyckoff. April 01 - March 02.

Analysis of Message Passing Environments on Large Clusters, and Future Directions, Sandia National Laboratories, P. Wyckoff (PI), D. K. Panda and P. Sadayappan, Jan. 01 - Dec 01.

2000

Low Latency Gigabit Ethernet Message Passing, Sandia National Laboratories, P. Wyckoff (PI) and D. K. Panda, Sept. 00 - August 02.

Scalable Communication Support on SMP Clusters for Network-Based Computing, Ohio Board of Regents, D. K. Panda (PI) and P. Farrell (KSU), July 00--June 02.

Network Computing Testbed for Interactive Visualization, Multimedia, and Metacomputing, National Science Foundation and State of Ohio, D. K. Panda (PI), R. Crawfis, J. Duato, W-C. Feng, P. Sadayappan, D. Stredeny, and A. Stutz, May 00 - April 03.

Compiler and Runtime Support for Data Intensive Computations over Multidimensional Datasets, National Science Foundation, J. Saltz (PI), co-PIs G. Agrawal and A. Sussman, March 2000 to February 2004.

1999

Efficient Communication Support for Networks of Workstations Environments, D. K. Panda (PI) and M. Banikazemi, IBM Research Cooperative Fellowship, Oct. 99 - June 00.

1998

Scalable Parallel Computing Over Geographically Distributed ATM-Interconnected Workstation Clusters, Ameritech Faculty Fellowship Award, D. K. Panda (PI), Oct. 1998 - March 2000.

Interprocedural Compilers for Distributed Address Space Architectures (CAREER award), National Science Foundation, G. Agrawal (PI), August 1998 to July 2003.

Compiling Irregular Applications for a Multithreaded Architecture, National Science Foundation, G. Agrawal (PI), co-PIs: G. Gao and L. Pollock, August 1998 to August 2001.

Scalable Collective Communication on Network-Based Computing Systems, Ohio Board of Regents, D. K. Panda (PI), F. Annexstein (UC), K. Berman (UC), and T. Page (OSU), June 1998 - May 2000.

1997

Scalable Collective Communication Support for Heterogeneous Networks of Workstations. National Science Foundation, D. K. Panda (PI), July 97 - Dec. 2000.


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