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10/12/2010

Padma Raghavan

Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS)

Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS)

 

Padma Raghavan is a Distinguished Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University. She is the founding Director of the university wide Institute for CyberScience at Penn State, organized through the Office of the Vice-President for Research and charged with promoting interdisciplinary research and education in discovery and design through computational modeling, simulation and data analysis. Raghavan’s research concerns high-performance computing and computational science and engineering. She has over ninety peer-reviewed publications in three major areas including: parallel scientific computing; energy aware supercomputing, i.e., performance and power scalability of advanced computer systems; and computational modeling, simulation and knowledge extraction. Raghavan currently serves on the editorial boards of the SIAM series on Computational Science and Engineering, the SIAM Series on Software, Environments and Tools, the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing and the Journal of Computational Science. She co-chaired the 2011 SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering and she serves on the program committees of major conferences sponsored by ACM, IEEE and SIAM, including Technical Papers Co-Chair for Supercomputing 2012. Raghavan also serves on various advisory and review boards including the Computation Directorate of the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, the Blue Waters Petascale Applications at the University of Illinois, the National Academies Panel on Digitization and Communication Science and the Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation.