AMD Hewlett Packard Institute for Computational Engineering and Science,UT-Austin Intel MathWorks Microsoft National Instruments NASA NEC Systems (America), Inc NSF Nvidia Qaulcomm Texas Instrument

NSF Grants

National Science Foundation
  • Award ACI-1550493: Collaborative Research: SI2-SSI: Sustaining Innovation in t\ he Linear Algebra Software Stack for Computational Chemistry and other Sciences\ .
    Robert van de Geijn (PI), Don Batory (CoPI), Victor Eijkhout (CoPI), Maggie Myers (CoPI), John Stanton (CoPI)
    Funded July 15, 2016 - June 30, 2018.

  • Award CCF-1421211:
    SHF: Small: Generation of Scientific Software Libraries.
    Don Batory (PI), Robert van de Geijn (CoPI)
    Funded July 1, 2014 - June 30, 2017.

  • Award CCF-1320112:
    SHF: Small: From Matrix Computations to Tensor Computations.
    Robert van de Geijn (PI), Field Van Zee (CoPI)
    Funded August 1, 2013 to July 31, 2016.

  • Award ACI-1148125/1340293 (supplement):
    Collaborative Research: SI2-SSI: A Linear Algebra Software Infrastructure for Sustained Innovation in Computational Chemistry and other Sciences.
    Robert van de Geijn (PI), Don Batory (CoPI), Victor Eijkhout (CoPI), Maggie Myers (CoPI), John Stanton (CoPI), Jeff Hammond (CoPI)
    Funded June 1, 2012 - May 31, 2015.

  • Award CCF-1218483:
    SHF: Small: Algorithm/Architecture Co-Design for Low Power and High Performance Linear Algebra Fabrics.
    Andreas Gerstlauer (PI), Robert van de Geijn (CoPI)
    Funded June 1, 2012 - May 31, 2015

  • Award CCF-0917167:
    SHF: Small: Transforming Linear Algebra Libraries.
    Robert van de Geijn (PI)
    Funded Sept 1, 2009 - Aug. 31, 2012.

  • Award CCF-0917096:
    SHF: Small: Toward mechanical derivation of Krylov space algorithms.
    Victor Eijkhout (PI), Robert van de Geijn (CoPI)
    Funded Aug 15, 2009 - July 31, 2012.

  • Award CCF-0850750:
    Collaborative Research: Mechanical Transformation of Knowledge to Libraries. Robert van de Geijn (PI), Victor Eijkhout (CoPI), Matt Knepley (CoPI)
    Funded June 1, 2009 - May 31, 2011.

  • Award CCF-0704217:
    REU SUPPL: ST-CRTS: Foundations of Programming Linear Algebra Algorithms on SMP and Multicore Systems.

  • Award CCF-0702714:
    Foundations and Applications of Hierarchically Stored Matrices.
    Funded May 15, 2007 - May 14 2010.

  • Award CCF-0540926:
    Foundations of Programming Linear Algebra Algorithms on SMP and Multicore Systems.
    Funded Feb. 1, 2006 - Jan 31, 2009.

  • Award CCF-0342369:
    Automatic Tools for Deriving, Analyzing, and Implementing Linear Algebra Libraries.
    Funded March 1, 2004 - Feb. 28 2007.

  • Award ACI-0305163:
    Collaborative Research: A Systematic Approach to the Derivation, Representation, Analysis, and Correctness of Dense and Banded Linear Algebra Algorithms for HPC Architectures.
    Robert van de Geijn (PI), Tony Skjellum (CoPI)
    Funded for June 1, 2003 - May 31, 2006.

  • Award ACI-0203685:
    Collaborative Research: New Contributions to the Theory and Practice of Programming Linear Algebra Libraries.
    Robert van de Geijn (PI), Tony Skjellum (CoPI)
    Funded for Aug. 1, 2002 - July 31, 2003.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

Other Support

AMD Hewlett Packard Institute for Computational Engineering and Sciences
  (ICES), UT-Austin
AMD supports us with an unrestricted gift and equipment donations.
HP has donated one quad Itanium (R) 2 workstation, two dual Itanium (R) 2 processor workstations and one single Itanium (R) 2 processor workstation to this research.

Frequent visits by various visitors, including Prof. Enrique Quintana (Univ. Jaume I, Spain), Prof. Fran Iqual (Univ. Complutense de Madrid), and Prof. Paolo Bientinesi (RWTH Aachen University) have been supported in part by ICES Visiting Faculty Fellowships.

Prof. van de Geijn is also the recipient of Peter O'Donnell Distinguished Research Award 2016-2020..

Intel MathWorks Microsoft
Intel provided access to their Single Chip Cloud (SCC) processor and has supported us with an unrestricted grant.
MathWorks has provided a generous grant in support of "LAFF-On Programming for Correctness", a Massive Open Online Course being developed for the edX platform.
Microsoft provided numerous years of support that helped shape libflame as a library and funded our fundamental research.
NASA National Instruments NEC Systems (America), Inc
This work was partially supported by the Remote Exploration and Experimentation Project at Caltech's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, which is part of NASA's High Performance Computing and Communications Program, and is funded by NASA's Office of Space Science. (JPL funded the Formal Linear Algebra Recovery Environment (FLARE), a fault-tolerant extension of FLAME.)
National Instruments is an active participant in this project and has sponsored an undergraduate student as a Co-op student at NI. In addition, Dr. James Truchard (President, CEO, and Cofounder of NI) graciously made an unrestricted donation to our research.
Nvidia Qaulcomm Texas Instrument
A Qualcomm gift supports "Research on Fused Primitives for Machine Learning"
Texas Instruments has funded us with unrestricted gifts and equipment donations.