Conference Attendance and Other Travel

Ms Judy Jenkinson gave a poster presentation on Optimising FFT BAFFS on the Fujitsu VPP500, at the First International Conference on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Processing, Brisbane, 18-24 April 1995.

Dr Murray Dow presented a paper on   Matrix Transpose on a Vector Computer,  at the Computational Techniques and Applications Conference at Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne, 6-7 July 1995.

Dr David Singleton attended the Computers and the Atmospheric Sciences Workshop in Washington DC 13-16 July. Dr Singleton attended the 7th Annual ACM Symposium on Parallel Algorithms and Architectures, the 5th ACM SIGPLAN Symposium on Principles and Practice of Parallel Programming and User Interface Workshop on Parallel Programming Software at the University of California, 17-22 July.

Mr Drew Whitehouse attended SIGRAPH95 in Los Angeles, California from 6 - 11 August.

Ms Allsman visited IBM Almaden Center, California, Open Enterprise Systems, California and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Livermore, California in August.

Dr Wielopolski atttended the High Performance Computational Chemistry Workshop in San Francisco, 13-16 August. and the Molecular Quantum Mechanics Conference, Cambridge, UK 3 - 7 September.

Dr Rendell was a session chairman at the Molecular Quantum Mechanics Conference, Cambridge, UK 3-7 September. Dr Rendell travelled to Japan 25 November to 2 December to complete work on a VPP system as part of the collaborative project with Fujitsu.

Dr Margaret Kahn gave a seminar presentation on A Parallel Algorithm for the Reduction to Tridiagonal Form for Eigendecomposition, on 5th October at Mathematics Department , University of Queensland.

Dr Gingold attended International Symposium of Parallel and Distributed Supercomputing(PDSC6) at Fukuoka Japan 26 - 29 September and presented a paper on work on the AP1000 at ANU as well as participating in a panel discussion parallel computing. He also visited Fujitsu Ltd in Tokyo.