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CSC'09: July 13, 2009 Schedule

Last modified 2009-06-20 13:52

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6:30am - 5:00pm:  REGISTRATION (Second Floor, Conference Lobby: 1-5)


08:30 - 08:45am:  WORLDCOMP'09 Opening Remarks - July 13, Monday:
                  Prof. Hamid R. Arabnia (General Chair & Coordinator)
                  University of Georgia, Georgia, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

08:45 - 09:40am:  Keynote Lecture - July 13, Monday:
                  Grid Computing
                  Prof. Ian Foster
                  Father of Grid Computing
                  Distinguished Professor of CS & Director, Computation
                  Institute, University of Chicago & Argonne National Lab.,
                  Illinois, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

09:45 - 10:40am:  Keynote Lecture 2 - July 13, Monday:
                  Advanced Nanotechnology: Advanced Computing on the Critical Path
                  Dr. K. Eric Drexler
                  Father of Nanotechnology
                  Chief Technical Advisor, Nanorex
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

10:45 - 11:35am:  Keynote Lecture 3 - July 13, Monday:
                  Algorithm Design for Reconfigurable Computing Systems
                  Prof. Viktor K. Prasanna
                  Charles Lee Powell Chair in Engineering; Professor of ECE & CS;
                  Executive Director of USC-Infosys Center for Advanced Software
                  Technologies (CAST), University of Southern California, USA
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

11:40a - 12:30p:  Keynote Lecture 4 - July 13, Monday:
                  It's Like Deja-Vu All over Again ... Again
                  Dr. Jose L. Munoz
                  Deputy Director, National Science Foundation (NSF) Office of
                  Cyberinfrastructure (OCI) and NSF/ICI senior advisor.  Former
                  Director of Simulation & CS Office at the National Nuclear
                  Security Adm.'s Advanced Simulation & Computing (ASCI) program.
                  (LOCATION: Lance Burton Theater)

12:30 - 01:40pm:  LUNCH (On Your Own)


01:40 - 02:40pm:  During this period, CSC'09 attendees are encouraged to participate
                  in sessions belonging to PDPTA'09, GCA'09, BIOCOMP'09, MSV'09,
                  FECS'09, ERSA'09, or FCS'09.  These sessions discuss topics that
                  significantly overlap the scope of CSC'09.


SESSION 1-CSC:    CELLULAR AUTOMATA, THEORY AND APPLICATIONS
                  Co-Chairs: Drs. Lou D'Alotto, James Nystrom, and William Spataro
                  York College/CUNY, New York, USA & Ferris State University, Michigan,
                  USA & Universita di Calabria, Italy
                  July 13, 2009 (Monday); 02:40pm - 06:00pm
                  (LOCATION: Copper Room)

02:40 - 03:20pm:  INVITED TALK - Modeling Dynamic Systems with Cellular Automata
                  Prof. P. M. A. Sloot
                  Director, Institute for Informatics, University of Amsterdam,
                  The Netherlands; Editor-in-Chief, FGCS (elsevier)

03:20 - 03:40pm:  Exploiting Programmable Cellular Automata as Intermediate
                  Computational Formalisms in the Parallel Programming and
                  Migration of Conventional Software to Modern Distributed and
                  Massively Multi-Core Computer Architectures
                  John-Thones Amenyo
                  York College - CUNY, Jamaica, New York, USA

03:40 - 04:00pm:  Cellular Automata Based Coordinator Selection Scheme in Distributed System
                  Kalyan Mahata, Meghnath Saha, Sukanta Das
                  Bengal Engineering and Sciences University, Howrah, India

04:00 - 04:20pm:  The z-Transform and Automata-Recognizable Systems of
                  Nonhomogeneous Linear Recurrence Equations
                  Edoardo Carta-Gerardino
                  York College - CUNY, Jamaica, New York, USA

04:20 - 04:40pm:  Simulation of Visual Heterogeneous Traffic Flow Model for
                  Multilane Intersection
                  Lalit Deo, Faisal Akkawi, Puspita Deo
                  Next Generation Technology, IT-Division, Illinois, USA

04:40 - 05:00pm:  A Dynamically Load Balanced Cellular Automata Library for
                  Scientific Computing
                  G. Zito, D. D'Ambrosio, W. Spataro, G. Spingola, R. Rongo, M. V. Avolio
                  University of Calabria, Calabria, Italy

05:00 - 05:20pm:  CA Rules Identification for Efficient Design of Pattern Classifier
                  Sukanta Das, M. Nazma, B. J. Naskar, Sukanya Mukherjee, Biplab K. Sikdar
                  Bengal Engineering and Sciences University, Howrah, India

05:20 - 05:40pm:  Linearization of the Alternating Step Generator in Terms of
                  Cellular Automata
                  M.E. Pazo-Robles, A. Fuster-Sabater and P. Caballero-Gil
                  ITBA, Instituto Tecnologico de Buenos Aires, Argentina &
                  Institute of Applied Physics, C. S. I. C., Spain &
                  University of La Laguna, Spain

05:40 - 06:00pm:  Generating Random Automata
                  P. Babaali
                  York College - CUNY, Jamaica, New York, USA


06:00 - 09:00pm:  KEYNOTE & INVITED PRESENTATIONS + TUTORIALS
                  (Please see the lists at the begining of this booklet)


09:10 - 11:30pm:  CONFERENCE RECEPTION DINNER & PLANNED BANQUET KEYNOTE
                  July 13 - Monday
                  (LOCATION: Ballrooms 1-5)


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