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About SuperTech

Please see the current web site.
The Supercomputing Technologies Group

The Supercomputing Technologies Group (SuperTech or SCT) is a research group in MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. The SuperTech group investigates the technologies that support scalable high-performance computing, including hardware, software, and theory. The goal is to make scalable computing simpler, faster, and more effective. The group is currently engaged in a major effort to develop architectural and system-software support for unbounded transactional memory. The group also is studying adaptive computing, race detection, cache-oblivious algorithms, and distance-education technologies.

Research Support

Support for SuperTech research is provided in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF) under Grants 0324974, 0305606, 0540248, 0615215, 0541209, 0621511, and 0615215.

Group Members

Faculty  
 
Post-Doctoral Fellows  
 
Ph.D. Students  
 
Staff  
 
Alumni  
 

Opportunities For Students

Current Positions:  
B  =  Bachelor's   |   M  =  Master's   |   P  =  Ph.D.

   We are seeking undergraduates interested in parallel programming and algorithms.  ( B)

Requirements:  
 **  Resume
 **  Grade report
 **  Sample of your code (preferably C)
 **  Sample of your technical writing
 **  Cover note with any additional information

Give a hardcopy of these materials to Professor Leiserson's administrative assistant. (Please see info under "Contact Us".)

Contact Us

SuperTech can be reached through

Marcia Davidson
MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
The Stata Center, Building 32-G764
32 Vassar Street
Cambridge, MA 02139
USA
Tel: 617-253-2322
Email: marcia AT csail DOT mit DOT edu

Our group is located in the Ray and Maria Stata Center (MIT Building 32), on the 7th floor of the Gates tower. Detailed directions to CSAIL are available.

News

Cilk Release:   Oct. 7, 2007
The most recent release of Cilk is Cilk-5.4.5
You can obtain Cilk from the Downloads page.


 

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