WWW-based Ubiquitous Environment for e-Learning and High-Performance Computing


Collaborators

Research collaborators:
  • Ms. Shaoqun Wu is a doctoral candidate in Computer Science at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. She is the primary designer and developer of the FLAX language tools. Her research is focused on automatic exercise generation for a second language lexical acquisition system, and she is interested in second language acquisition, e-learning and software engineering.
  • Dr. Marcia Johnson is Chairperson of the Department of General and Applied Linguistics at the University of Waikato, New Zealand. She specializes in computer assisted language learning (CALL), as well as research methods, assessment, and applied linguistics. She will consult on data analysis and interpretation.
  • Professor Mikhail Lavrentiev, Jr. is a the high-level specialist in the Qualitative Theory of Differential Equations, Direct and Inverse Problems, Nonlinear and degenerate equations, Applications in Civil Engineering, Computer graphics. His application area is in developing the theoretical and algorithmic environment for High-performance solution of the tsunami wave propagation. 
  • Associate Professor Alexey Romanenko has a reach experience (seven years) in the area of parallel programming including in parallelizing of computational intensive algorithms and sequential programs, parallel code optimization, porting programs to different parallel architectures, organization and implementation of large numerical experiments especially in the Tsunami Forecast Environment.
  • Several PhD, master and undergraduate student will also be involved in this research in frameworks of different research projects.

Institutional collaborators:
  • The investigations will extend the project on the Tsunami Modeling and Forecasting. Participants in this project are Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory (PMEL) and University of Washington (Seattle, USA), Novosibirsk State University, Institute of Computational Math and Math Geophysics (ICM&MG), Sobolev Institute of Mathematics SIM (Novosibirsk, Russia), Keio University (Japan).


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Active Knowledge Engineering Laboratory
                       2009-2011