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CUG Organizational Structure

The business of CUG takes place within various components of our organization. There is an elected Board of Directors, a Program Lead Committee, an Advisory Council, plus Special Interest Groups (SIGs), Cray liaisons, and other ad hoc working committees.

The SIGs are structured around focused subject areas with three SIGs: Applications and Programming Environments, User Services, and Systems Support. All conference programs, as well as the general technical focus of the organization, stem from these Special Interest Group subject areas listed in the table below.

Each of these SIGs has a chairperson to lead the effort and a special liaison from Cray. This ensures that every component of CUG interest is represented and adequately covered within our business, our interactions with Cray, and within our technical programs.

The CUG Program Lead Committee (PLC) is responsible for creating a conference program that meets the needs of the CUG members. Their objective is to assemble a diverse array of detail-packed presentations in General and Parallel Technical Sessions, Tutorials, and Special Interest Group meetings. Recommendations for improvements or additions to the conference program should be addressed to the Program Chair.

Applications & Programming Environments
Programming Environment
Compilers
Libraries
Tools
3rd Party Applications
User Code Optimization
User Services
Account Administration
Consulting
Documentation
Training
User Support
Systems Support
Operations
Environmental Monitoring
Facilities and Site Prep
Tuning and OS Optimization
System Operations
Architecture
Mass Storage
Networking
 
Each of these SIGs has a chairperson to lead the effort and a special liaison from Cray. This ensures that every component of CUG interest is represented and adequately covered within our business, our interactions with Cray, and within our technical programs.
 
The CUG Program Lead Committee (PLC) is responsible for creating a conference program that meets the needs of the CUG members. Their objective is to assemble a diverse array of detail-packed presentations in General and Parallel Technical Sessions, Tutorials, and Special Interest Group meetings. Recommendations for improvements or additions to the conference program should be addressed to the Program Chair.

Revised March 15, 2012

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