Ken Kennedy, a Rice University computer scientist whose software design work paved the way for the broad scientific and engineering use of modern supercomputers, died Wednesday in Houston.
”The impetus was provided by high-performance computing, and the time was right,” said Ken Kennedy, University Professor, the John and Ann Doerr Professor in Computational Engineering.
The associate professor of computer science and in electrical and computer engineering instructs them to pretend they are employees of a company manufacturing electronic voting machines.
Assistant Professor of Computer Science Luay Nakhleh has received two awards to pursue the study of complex evolutionary mechanisms in microbes.
A grassroots movement is on the verge of sweeping through the academic world. The "open access movement" is based on a set of intuitions that are shared by a remarkably wide range of academics.
In a conventional virtual machine monitor, each guest operating system must access the network through a software-virtualized network interface.
Phylogenies, i.e., evolutionary histories, play a major role in modeling the relationships among groups of taxa, such as genes, species, and languages
Congratulations to the winners of the 2006 Computer Science Corporate Affiliates Meeting poster competition.
The large-scale sensing and monitoring of physical processes will play an increasingly important role in understanding and managing problems of vital national and scientific interest in coming decades.