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Applications that work and really make a difference are the forte of Masterworks sessions. Presentations will highlight novel and innovative ways of applying advanced computing, communications and storage technologies to solve challenging, real-world problems. The focus for SC|05 will be on applications with global or international implications. As always, Masterworks will bring internationally recognized speakers to SC who will showcase applications that have significant impact on the general public. New to Masterworks this year is a session on the role of HPC in gaming. Also new this year are Masterworks sessions paralleling the SC|05 special initiatives: StorCloud and HPC Analytics. Sessions that address important life-changing technologies include Quantum Computing, Biotechnology, Aerospace and Space, and Automotive Design. Finally, the ever-popular session on HPC in the entertainment industry returns to Masterworks this year.


November 15
Chair/Speaker Location
10:30AM - 11:15AM Gaming and Simulation Got MIPS? The need for speed in on-line games John Grosh (Chair), Wu-chang Feng 6B
11:15AM - 12:00PM Gaming and Simulation Creating a Science of Games John Grosh (Chair), Michael Zyda 6B
1:30PM - 2:15PM Automotive Design Virtual Engineering in the Automotive Industry Bill Appelbe (Chair), Bill Applebe 6B
2:15PM - 3:00PM Automotive Design Challenges in the Deployment of High Performance Computing in the US Automotive Arena Bill Appelbe (Chair), Sharan Kalwani 6B
3:30PM - 4:15PM StorCloud-related Topics Object Storage Architecture for Scalable File Systems Virginia To (Chair), Garth Gibson 6B
4:15PM - 5:00PM StorCloud-related Topics Security of Data at Rest (Encryption) Virginia To (Chair), James Hughes 6B

November 16
Chair/Speaker Location
10:30AM - 11:15AM HPC Analytics-related Topics The Strategic Future of Data and the Mining of Massive Data Sets - Part 1 Jeff Nichols (Chair), Robert L. Grossman 6B
11:15AM - 12:00PM HPC Analytics-related Topics The Strategic Future of Data and the Mining of Massive Data Sets - Part 2 Jeff Nichols (Chair), Usama Fayyad 6B
3:30PM - 4:15PM Quantum Computing Applications of Quantum Cryptography in Government Classified, Business, and Financial Communications Radha Nandkumar (Chair), Audrius Berzanskis 6B
4:15PM - 5:00PM Quantum Computing Quantum chemistry is easy (if you have access to a quantum computer) Radha Nandkumar (Chair), Geordie Rose 6B

November 17
Chair/Speaker Location
10:30AM - 11:15AM Biotechnology The Wonders and Challenges of Complexity: Computational Biosciences Bill Camp (Chair), George Michaels 6B
11:15AM - 12:00PM Biotechnology Using High Performance Computing to Understand and Design Nanoscale Conductors Bill Camp (Chair), Eric Jakobsson 6B
1:30PM - 2:15PM HPC in Entertainment Hatching a Digital Studio Ken Washington (Chair), Jeff Rochlin, Tom Greer 6B
2:15PM - 3:00PM HPC in Entertainment Katrina and Beyond: Computational Challenges in Coastal Modeling Ken Washington (Chair), Ed Seidel 6B
3:30PM - 4:15PM Aerospace and Space Forever New Frontiers: Advanced computation enhances Boeing's ability to envision and realize new high technology products. Paul Fussell (Chair), Dan Mooney 6B
4:15PM - 5:00PM Aerospace and Space The need for HPC in Computational Fluid Dynamics needed for beyond-the-state-of-the-art aircraft engine design and realization Paul Fussell (Chair), Mark Pearson 6B