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CONCURRENT SUPERCOMPUTING CONSORTIUM AND INTEL DEMONSTRATING COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE APPLICATIONS TOMORROW AT CALTECH

 CONCURRENT SUPERCOMPUTING CONSORTIUM AND INTEL DEMONSTRATING
 COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE APPLICATIONS TOMORROW AT CALTECH
 Tomorrow in Pasadena, Calif., some of the world's most advanced scientific research projects will be demonstrated by members of the Concurrent Supercomputing Consortium at a computational science fair on the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) campus. Members of the press are invited to attend the event, which will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
 The event marks the first anniversary of the installation at Caltech of the Intel Touchstone Delta System, the world's most powerful installed computer.
 The event's keynote speaker will be Dr. Eugene Wong, Associate Director for Industrial Technology in the White House Office of Technology Policy. Gary Smaby, president of the Smaby Group, a well known consulting, research and financial advisory firm focused on high-performance computing, will also speak. Interviews are available with scientists and researchers in astrophysics, biology, chemistry, environmental science, engineering and physics.
 B-roll video showing simulations of scientific experiments is available upon request.
 CONTACT: Mike Bernhardt, Intel Supercomputer Systems Division, 503-629-7835; or Doug Black or Chris Nahil, Miller Communications, 617-536-0470, for Intel; or Mary Mahoney, Grand Challenge Coordinator, 818-356-3732; or Bob Finn of Caltech Public Relations, 818-356-3631/
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