Terry Wilmarth
PhD Students
at illinois.edu
Profile

I received my B.S. in Computer Science at the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1991 and my M.S. in Computer Science also at SUNY Buffalo in 1993. I worked as a teaching assistant, research assistant and instructor at various times during my education at SUNY Buffalo. I spent an additional two years there starting on a thesis before deciding to transfer to the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

At Illinois, I have worked as a teaching assistant, been awarded a SURGE fellowship and was supported as a Research Assistant through CSAR. I completed my dissertation in the area of Parallel Discrete Event Simulation under the advisement of Dr. Laxmikant V. Kale in February 2005. I am currently a Postdoctoral Research Associate at CSE working with CSAR.

Research Areas
Papers
08-13
2008
[Paper]
A Case Study in Tightly Coupled Multi-paradigm Parallel Programming [LCPC 2008]
07-13
2007
[Paper]
Parallel Mesh Adaptation for Highly Evolving Geometries with Application to Solid Propellant Rockets [International Meshing Roundtable 2007]
| D. Guoy | Terry Wilmarth | Phil Alexander | Xiangmin Jiao | Mike Campbell | E. Shaffer | Robert Fiedler | W. Cochran | P. Suriyamongkol
07-04
2007
[Paper]
Programming Petascale Applications with Charm++ and AMPI [Petascale Computing: Algorithms and Applications 2007]
06-15
2006
[Paper]
Parallel Adaptive Simulations of Dynamic Fracture Events [Engineering with Computers 2006]
05-19
2005
[Paper]
Performance Visualization and Analysis of Parallel Discrete Event Simulations with Projections [PPL Technical Report 2005]
05-14
2006
[Paper]
ParFUM: A Parallel Framework for Unstructured Meshes for Scalable Dynamic Physics Applications [Engineering with Computers 2006]
05-11
2005
[Paper]
Scaling an Optimistic Parallel Simulation of Large-scale Interconnection Networks [WSC 2005]
05-03
2005
[Paper]
Performance Prediction using Simulation of Large-scale InterconnectionNetworks in POSE [PADS 2005]
05-01
2005
[PhD Thesis]
POSE: Scalable General-purpose Parallel Discrete Event Simulation [Thesis 2005]
04-12
2005
[Paper]
Simulation-Based Performance Prediction for Large Parallel Machines [IJPP 2005]
04-02
2004
[Paper]
Performance Modeling and Programming Environments for Petaflops Computers and the Blue Gene Machine [NSFNGS 2004]
04-01
2004
[Paper]
POSE: Getting Over Grainsize in Parallel Discrete Event Simulation [ICPP 2004]
97-02
1997
[Paper]
Design and Implementation of Parallel Java with Global Object Space [CPDPTA 1997]
Talks/Posters
05-25
2005
[Poster]
Parallel VHDL Simulation [PPL Poster 2005]
01-08
2001
[Talk]
Parallel Object-oriented Simulation Environment (POSE) [No Conference 2001]