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Brown University's next generation of high-speed super computers
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"The design of the next generation of high-speed computers may have its roots, in the form of algorithms, in a gathering of world-class mathematicians earlier this month at Brown University.

The conference, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy, was entitled "Synchronization-Reducing and Communication-Reducing Algorithms and Programming Models for Large-scale Simulations.”

The conference’s challenge, explained ICERM Director Jill Pipher, was "to develop computers 1,000 times more powerful than the ones we have today, as measured in number of calculations that you can do per second,” while at the same time minimizing power consumption."

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