Publications

Larry's Latest Papers

Using Topological Data Analysis To Find Discrimination Between Microbial States In Human Microbiome Data.
M. Yazdani, L. Smarr, and R. Knight. International Conference on Machine Learning. Workshop on Computational Biology
Towards An Integrated Cyberinfrastructure For Scalable Data-driven Monitoring, Dynamic Prediction And Resilience Of Wildfires
Ilkay Altintas, Jessica Block, Raymond de Callafon, Daniel Crawl, Charles Cowart, Amarnath Gupta, Mai Nguyen, Hans-Werner Braun, Jurgen Schulze, Michael Gollner, Arnaud Trouve, Larry Smarr. Procedia Computer Science, vol. 51, pp 1633-1642 (2015)

Professional Articles

(Published or submitted for publication)

Using Topological Data Analysis To Find Discrimination Between Microbial States In Human Microbiome Data.
M. Yazdani, L. Smarr, and R. Knight. International Conference on Machine Learning. Workshop on Computational Biology
Towards An Integrated Cyberinfrastructure For Scalable Data-driven Monitoring, Dynamic Prediction And Resilience Of Wildfires
Ilkay Altintas, Jessica Block, Raymond de Callafon, Daniel Crawl, Charles Cowart, Amarnath Gupta, Mai Nguyen, Hans-Werner Braun, Jurgen Schulze, Michael Gollner, Arnaud Trouve, Larry Smarr. Procedia Computer Science, vol. 51, pp 1633-1642 (2015)
Toward More Transparent And Reproducible Omics Studies Through A Common Metadata Checklist And Data Publications
Eugene Kolker, Vural Ozdemir, Lennart Martens, William Hancock, Gordon Anderson, Nathaniel Anderson, Sukru Aynacioglu, Ancha Baranova, Shawn R Campagna, Rui Chen, John Choiniere, Stephen P Dearth, Wu-Chun Feng, Lynnette Ferguson, Geoffrey Fox, Dmitrij Frishman, Robert Grossman, Allison Heath, Roger Higdon, Mara H Hutz, Imre Janko, Lihua Jiang, Sanjay Joshi, Alexander Kel, Joseph W Kemnitz, Isaac S Kohane, Natali Kolker, Doron Lancet, Elaine Lee, Weizhong Li, Andrey Lisitsa, Adrian Llerena, Courtney MacNealy-Koch, Jean-Claude Marshall, Paola Masuzzo, Amanda May, George Mias, Matthew Monroe, Elizabeth Montague, Sean Mooney, Alexey Nesvizhskii, Santosh Noronha, Gilbert Omenn, Harsha Rajasimha, Preveen Ramamoorthy, Jerry Sheehan, Larry Smarr, Charles V Smith, Todd Smith, Michael Snyder, Srikanth Rapole, Sanjeeva Srivastava, Larissa Stanberry, Elizabeth Stewart, Stefano Toppo, Peter Uetz, Kenneth Verheggen, Brynn H Voy, Louise Warnich, Steven W Wilhelm, Gregory Yandl. Omics, Vol 18, pp 10-14 (2014)
Large Memory High Performance Computing Enables Comparison Across Human Gut Microbiome Of Patients With Autoimmune Diseases And Healthy Subjects
Published in the XSEDE 2013 Proceedings of the Conference on Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment: Gateway to Discovery. Article No. 25 (http://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?doid=2484762.2484828)
The Future Of The CAVE
T. A. DeFanti, D. Acevedo, R. A. Ainsworth, M. D. Brown, S. Cutchin, G. Dawe, K. Doerr, A. Johnson, C. Knox, R. Kooima, F. Kuester, J. Leigh, L. Long, P. Otto, V. Petrovic, K. Ponto, A. Prudhomme, R. Rao, L. Renambot, D. J. Sandin, J. P. Schulze, L. Smarr, M. Srinivasan, P. Weber, G. Wickham. Cent. Eur. J. Eng (2011) 1: 16.
The Emergence Of A Planetary-Scale Collaboratory For Data-Intensive Research
Larry Smarr. In Ian Piumarta and Kim Rose (eds.),"Points of View --- a tribute to Alan Kay", Viewpoints Research Institute, May 2010, pp. 79--96. ISBN 978-0-9743131-1-5
The Growing Interdependence Of The Internet And Climate Change
L. Smarr, IEEE Internet Computing. January/February 2010, pp. 18-20
Project GreenLight: Optimizing Cyberinfrastructure For A Carbon-Constrained World
L. Smarr, IEEE Computer, volume 43, number 1, pp.22-27 (2010)
Campuses As Living Laboratories For The Greener Future
B. St. Arnaud, L. Smarr, J. Sheehan, and T. DeFanti, EDUCAUSE Review, Volume 44, pp. 14-33 (2009)
Climate Change And Higher Education
B. St. Arnaud, L. Smarr, J. Sheehan, and T. DeFanti, EDUCAUSE Review, Volume 44, web supplement www.educause.edu/library/erm0961 (2009)
The OptIPuter And Its Applications
IEEE Lasers and Electro-Optics Society (LEOS) Summer 2009 Topical Meeting on Future Global Networks, July 22, 2009, pp. 151-152
Special Section: OptIPlanet - The OptIPuter Global Collaboratory
L. Smarr, M. Brown, C. de Laat, Future Generation Computer Systems, Volume 25, pp. 109-113 (2009)
The OptIPortal, A Scalable Visualization, Storage, And Computing Interface Device For The OptiPuter
T. DeFanti, J. Leigh, L. Renambot, B. Jeong, A. Verlo, L. Long, M. Brown, D. Sandin, V. Vishwanath, Q. Liu, M. Katz, P. Papadopoulos, J. Keefe, G. Hidley, G. Dawe, I.Kaufman, B. Glogowski, K.-W. Doerr, R. Singh, J. Girado, J. Schulze, F. Kuester, L. Smarr, Future Generation Computer Systems, Volume 25, Issue 2, February 2009, pp. 114-123
Building An OptIPlanet Collaboratory To Support Microbial Metagenomics
L. Smarr, P. Gilna, P. Papadopoulos, T. DeFanti, G. Hidley, J. Wooley, E. V. Armbrust, F. Rohwer, E. Frost, Future Generation Computer Systems, Volume 25, Issue 2, February 2009, pp. 124-131
The StarCAVE, A Third-generation CAVE And Virtual Reality OptIPortal
T. DeFanti, G. Dawe, D. Sandin, J. Schulze, P.Otto, J. Girado, F. Kuester, L. Smarr, R.Rao, Future Generation Computer Systems, Volume 25, Issue 2, February 2009, pp. 169-178
CineGrid: A New Cyberinfrastructure For High Resolution Media Streaming
L. Smarr, L. Herr, T. DeFanti, N. Ohta, P. Otto, Cyberinfrastructure Tech. Watch Quart., vol. 3, #2 (2007)
A Community Resource For Metagenomics: CAMERA
R. Seshadri, SA Kravitz, L Smarr , Gilna P, M Frazier, PLoS Biol 5(3): e75 (2007)
Riding The Light Towards New Science
L. Smarr, Nature Photonics, Vol 1, pp. 133-135 (2007)
IGrid 2005: The Global Lambda Integrated Facility
L. Smarr, T. A. DeFanti, M. D. Brown and C. de Laat, Future Generation Computer Systems, Vol. 22, Elsevier, pp. 849-851 (2006).
International Real-Time Streaming Of 4K Digital Cinema
Shimizu, T., Shirai, D., Takahashi, H., Murooka, T., Obana, K., Tonomura, Y., Inoue, T., Yamaguchi, T., Fujii, T., Ohta, N., Ono, S., Aoyama, T., Herr, L., van Osdol, N., Wang, X., Brown, M., DeFanti, T., Feld, R., Balser, J., Morris, S., Henthorn, T., Dawe, G., Otto, P., Smarr, L., Future Generation Computer Systems, Volume 22, Elsevier, pp. 929-939 (2006)
Grid Networks: Enabling Grids With Advanced Communication Technology
Larry Smarr, "Foreword", (Franco Travostino, Joe Mambretti, Gigi Karmous-Edwards, editors), John Wiley & Sons, July 2006, pp. xxv - xxvi.
LOOKING: Cyberinfrastructure For Ocean Observatories
By A.D. Chave, M. Arrott, L. Smarr, J.A. Orcutt, E. Lazowska, J.R. Delaney, M. Abbott Proceedings of SSC'06- the Fourth International Workshop on Scientific Use of Submarine Cables and Related Technologies held in Dublin Castle, Ireland, Feb 8-10, 2006
The OptIPuter: A National And Global-Scale Cyberinfrastructure For Enabling LambdaGrid Computing
M. Brown, L. Smarr, T. DeFanti, J. Leigh, M. Ellisman, P. Papadopoulos, TeraGrid '06 Proc., (2006)
The OptIPuter: High-Performance, QoS-Guaranteed Network Service For Emerging E-Science Applications
N. Taesombut, F. Uyeda, A.A. Chien, L. Smarr, T.A. DeFanti, P. Papadopoulos, J. Leigh, M. Ellisman, J. Orcutt. IEEE Communications, 4, 38- 45 (2006)
Introduction--The Cyberinfrastructure Backplane: The Jump To Light Speed
Larry Smarr and Phil Papadopoulos, Guest Editors, Cyberinfrastructure Technology Watch (CTWatch) Quarterly, vol. 1, #2 May 2005, pps 2-4.
The OptIPuter, Quartzite, And Starlight Projects: A Campus To Global-Scale Testbed For Optical Technologies Enabling LambdaGrid Computing (invited Paper)
Larry Smarr, Joe Ford, Phil Papadopoulos, Shaya Fainman, Thomas DeFanti, Maxine Brown, Jason Leigh, Optical Fiber Communication Conference & Exposition and the National Fiber Optic Engineers Conference (OFC/NFOEC) 2005, Anaheim, California, March 6-11, 2005, CD ROM.
A Framework For Middleware Supporting Real-Time Wide-Area Distributed Computing
Kane Kim, Steve Jenks, Larry Smarr, Andrew Chien, and Liang-Chen Zheng, Proceedings of 10th IEEE International Workshop on Object-Oriented Real-Time Dependable Systems (WORDS 2005), Sedona, AZ, February 2-4, 2005, pp. 231-240.
The Emerging Role Of Biogrids
Mark Ellisman, Michael Brady, David Hart, Fang-Pang Lin, Matthias Muller, Larry Smarr, Comm. ACM, 47 (11) 52-57 (2004).
A Management Concept For Ocean Observatories Based On Web Services
Alan Chave, Bill St. Arnaud, Mark Abbott, John Delaney, Ron Johnson, Ed Lazowska, Andrew Maffei, John Orcutt, and Larry Smarr. In Oceans '04, 2187-2193, 2004.
The OptIPuter: A New Approach To Volume Visualization Of Large Seismic Datasets
Graham Kent, John Orcutt, Larry Smarr, Jason Leigh, Atul Nayak, Debbie Kilb, L. Renambot, S. Venkataraman, Tom DeFanti, Y. Fialko, Phil Papadopoulos, Greg Hidley, David Hutches, Maxine Brown, Ocean Technology Conference, May 2004.
An Integrated Approach To Ocean Observatory Data Acquisition/Management And Infrastructure Control Using Web Services
Bill St. Arnaud, Alan Chave, Andrew Maffei, Ed Laszowka, Larry Smarr, Ganesh Gopalan, Mar. Tech. Soc. J., 38, 155-163, 2004.
The Use Of E-Science Grids To Support ORION
Larry Smarr. In International Science Planning Workshop on the Dynamics of Earth and Ocean Systems (DEOS): Ocean Research Interactive Observatory Networks (ORION), sponsored by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Natural Science and Engineering Research Council (Canada), January 4-8, 2004, Puerto Rico.
The OptIPuter
Larry Smarr, Andrew Chien, Tom DeFanti, Jason Leigh, Philip Papadopoulos, Comm. ACM, 46 (11) 58-67 (2003)
"Grids In Context" In The Grid
A Blueprint for the New Computing Infrastructure, 2nd Edition, Ian Foster and Carl Kesselman (editors), Morgan Kaufmann Pub (2003).
Teleimmersion And Visualization With The OptIPuter
Thomas DeFanti, Jason Leigh, Maxine Brown, Daniel Sandin, Oliver Yu, Chong Zhang, Rajvikram Singh, Eric He, Javid Alimohideen, Naveen Krishnaprasad, Robert Grossman, Marco Mazzucco, Larry Smarr, Mark Ellisman, Phil Papadopoulos, Andrew Chien, John Orcutt, Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Artificial Reality and Telexistence (ICAT 2002), The University of Tokyo, Japan, December 3-6, 2002. Also in Telecommunication, Teleimmersion and Telexistence, (Susumu Tachi, editor), Ohmsha/IOS Press, 2003, pp. 25-71 (2003)
The Emergence Of Grid Information Infrastructures
Larry Smarr, Chapter 23 in AAAS Science and Technology Yearbook 2000, editors Albert H. Teich, Stephen D. Nelson, Ceilia McEnaney, Stephen J. Lita.
Stable Characteristic Evolution Of Generic 3-Dimensional Single-Black-Hole Spacetimes
R. Gomez, L. Lehner, R. L. Marsa, J. Winicour, A. M. Abrahams, A. Anderson, P. Anninos, T. W. Baumgarte, N. T. Bishop, S. R. Brandt, J. C. Browne, K. Camarda , M. W. Choptuik, R. R. Correl, G. B. Cook, C. R. Evans, L. S. Finn, G. C. Fox, T. Haupt, M. F. Huq, L. E. Kidder, S. A. Klasky, P. Laguna, W. Landry, J. Lenaghan, J. Masso, R. A. Matzner, S. Mitra, P. Papadopoulos, M. Parashar, L. Rezzolla, M. E. Rupright, F. Saied, P. E. Saylor, M. A. Scheel, E. Seidel, S. L. Shapiro, D. Shoemaker, L. Smarr, B. Szilagyi, S. A. Teukolsky, M. H. P. M. van Putten, P. Walker, J. W. York Jr., Physical Review Letters, 80, 3915-3918 (1998).
Grids In Context
Larry Smarr, Chapter 1 in The Grid: A Blueprint for the New Computing Infrastructure, edited by Ian Foster and Carl Kesselman (MKP, 1998).
Supercomputers: Directions In Technology, Architecture, And Applications
Larry Smarr, in Proceedings of Supercomputing '98 in Mannheim, Germany (1998).Supercomputers: Directions in Technology, Architecture, and Applications
Gravitational Wave Extraction And Outer Boundary Conditions By Perturbative Matching
A. M. Abrahams, L. Rezzolla, M. E. Rupright, A. Anderson, P. Anninos, T. W. Baumgarte, N. T. Bishop, S. R. Brandt, J. C. Browne, K. Camarda , M. W. Choptuik, G. B. Cook, C. R. Evans, L. S. Finn, G. Fox, R. G'omez, T. Haupt, M. F. Huq, L. E. Kidder, S. Klasky, P. Laguna , W. Landry, L. Lehner, J. Lenaghan, R. L. Marsa, J. Masso, R. A. Matzner, S. Mitra, P. Papadopoulos, M. Parashar, F. Saied, P. E. Saylor, M. A. Scheel, E. Seidel, S. L. Shapiro, D. Shoemaker, L. Smarr, B. Szil'agyi, S. A. Teukolsky, M. H. P. M. van Putten, P. Walker, J. Winicour, J. W. York Jr., Physical Review Letters, 80, 1812 (1998) ).
A Nationwide Parallel Computing Environment
Ken Kennedy, Charlie Bender, John Connolly, John Hennessy, Mary Vernon, and Larry Smarr, Comm. ACM 40 (11): 62-72 (1997).
Boosted Three-Dimensional Black-Hole Evolutions With Singularity Excision
G. B. Cook, M. F. Huq, S. A. Klasky, M. A. Scheel, A. M. Abrahams, A. Anderson, P. Anninos, T. W. Baumgarte, N. T. Bishop, S. R. Brandt, J. C. Browne, K. Camarda, M. W. Choptuik, C. R. Evans , L. S. Finni G. C. Fox, R. G'omez, T. Haupt, L. E. Kidder, P. Laguna, W. Landry, L. Lehner, J. Lenaghan , R. L. Marsa, J. Masso, R. A. Matzner, S. Mitra, P. Papadopoulos, M. Parashar, L. Rezzolla, M. E. Rupright , F. Saied, P. E. Saylor, E. Seidel, S. L. Shapiro, D. Shoemaker, L. Smarr, W. M. Suen , B. Szil'agyi, S. A. Teukolsky, Physical Review Letters, 80, 2512-2516 (1998).
Computational Infrastructure: Toward The 21st Century
Larry Smarr, Comm. ACM, 40 (11) 28-32 (1997) Also guest editor; issue: Blueprint for the Future of High Performance Computing.
Head-on Collisions Of Two Black Holes
D. W. Hobill, P. Anninos, E. Seidel, L. Smarr, W.-M. Suen, in Computational Astrophysics; 12th Kingston Meeting on Theoretical Astrophysics; ASP Conference Series #123, edited by D. A. Clarke and M. J. West., p. 314 (1997).
When Black Holes Collide
Peter Anninos, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, Larry Smarr, and Wai-Mo Suen, in Proceedings of the Sixth Canadian Conference on General Relativity and Relativistic Astrophysics, Fields Institute Communications (1996).
The Head-On Collision Of Two Equal Mass Black Holes
Peter Anninos, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, Larry Smarr, and Wai-Mo Suen. Physical Review D15, 52, 2044 (1995)
Oscillating Apparent Horizons In Numerically Generated Spacetimes
Peter Anninos, David Bernstein, Steve Brandt, David Hobill, Ed Seidel, Larry Smarr, Australian Journal of Physics, 48, 1027-43 (1995).
Event Horizons Of Numerical Black Holes
Peter Anninos, David Bernstein, Steve Brandt, Joseph Libson, Joan Masso, Ed Seidel, Larry Smarr, and Paul Walker, Proceedings of the 7th Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, Ed. R. Ruffini and M. Keiser, World Scientific, Singapore, 1995.
Geometry Of A Black Hole Collision
Richard Matzner, Edward Seidel, Stuart L. Shapiro, Larry Smarr, Wai-Mo Suen, Saul Teukolsky, Jeff Winicuor, Science 270, 941, 1995.
Dynamics Of Apparent And Event Horizons
Peter Anninos, David Bernstein, Steven Brandt, Joseph Libson, Joan Masso, Edward Seidel, Larry Smarr, Wai-Mo Suen and Paul Walker. Physical Review Letters, 74, 630 (1995)
Dynamics Of Black Hole Apparent Horizons
Peter Anninos, David Bernstein, Steven R. Brandt, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, and Larry Smarr,Physical Review D15, 50, 3801, 1994
Numerically Gererated Axisymmetric Black Hole Spacetimes: Numerical Methods And Code Tests
David Bernstein, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, Larry Smarr, and John Towns, Physical Review D15, 50, 5000, 1994
Initial Data For The Black Hole Plus Brill Wave Spacetime
David Bernstein, David Hobill, Edward Seidel and Larry Smarr. Physical Review D50, 3760, 1994
The Head-On Collision Of Two Equal Mass Black Holes: Numerical Methods
Peter Anninos, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, Larry Smarr, and Wai-Mo Suen, National Center For Supercomputing Applications Technical Report 024, 1994.
The Collision Of Two Black Holes
Peter Anninos, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, and Larry Smarr, and Wai-Mo Suen, Physical Review Letters, 71, 2851 (1993).
Visualizing Black Hole Spacetimes
Peter Anninos, Mark Bajuk, David Bernstein, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, and Larry Smarr, IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications, 13, 12, (1993).
Numerically Generated Black Hole Spacetimes
David Bernstein, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, and Larry Smarr, in Proceedings of the 6th Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, (1993).
Metacomputing
Charlie Catlett and Larry Smarr, Comm. ACM, 35 (6) 44-52. 1992.
Numerically Generated Black Hole Spacetimes: Interaction With Gravitational Waves
Andrew Abrahams, David Bernstein, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, and Larry Smarr, Physical Review D45, 3544, (1992).
Computing Dynamical Black Hole Spacetimes
David Bernstein, David Hobill, Edward Seidel, Larry Smarr, and John Towns,in Proceedings of Supercomputer Symposium '92, Ottawa, Ontario, (1992).
Life After Internet: Making Room For Applications
In Building an Information Infrastructure, xx-xx, 1992, ed. B. Kahin, (McGraw-Hill: New York), with C. C. Catlett.
Astronomical Computing In The 1990s: The Bahcall Committee Report
Computers in Physics, Mar/Apr, 180-190, 1991, with W. H. Press.
Visualization Captures The Imagination Of Physicists
Computers in Physics, Nov/Dec, 564-567, 1991.
Life After Internet: Making Room For New Applications
Harvard University Information Technology Quarterly issue on Building an Information Infrastructure, Summer 1991, Vol. IX, No. 2, 12-21, with C. C. Catlett.
Extraterrestrial Computing: Exploring The Universe With A Supercomputer
In Very Large Scale Computation in the 21st Century, 100-117, ed. J. P. Mesirov (Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics: Philadelphia, 1991).
White Paper Of The Computing And Data Processing Panel
In Working Papers: Astronomy and Astrophysics Panel Reports, Astronomy and Astrophysics Survey Committee, National Research Council (National Academy Press: Washington D.C., 1991).
Supercomputing Opportunities For The Protein Sciences
In Protein Folding: Deciphering the Second Half of the Genetic Code, eds. L. M. Gierasch and J. King (AAAS: Washington D.C., 1990).
Numerical Relativity: Black Hole Spacetimes
Visualization State of the Art, 49, 1989, SIGGRAPH Video Review, with D. Hobill, D. Bernstein, D. Cox, and R. Idaszak.
Shedding Light On Black Holes
Future Generation Computer Systems, 5, 225-242, 1989, (Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.: Amsterdam), with D. Hobill and D. Bernstein.
Black Hole Spacetimes: Testing Numerical Relativity
In Frontiers in Numerical RelativitY, 57-73, 1989, ed. C. Evans, L. Finn, and D. Hobill (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge), with D. Bernstein and D. Hobill.
Supercomputing And Numerical Relativity: A Look At The Past, Present And Future
In Frontiers in Numerical Relativity, 1-17, 1989, ed. C. Evans, L. Finn, and D. Hobill (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge), with D. Hobill.
Supercomputers, Workstations, And Visualization
In NCAR-41 Proceedings 1988, (Pechnomic Publishing Co., Inc.: Lancaster, PA).
The Computational Science Revolution: Technology, Methodology, And Sociology
In High-Speed Computing: Scientific Applications and Algorithm Design, 1988, ed. R. B. Wilhelmson (Univ. of Illinois Press: Urbana).
Degenerate Dwarf Binaries As Promising, Detectable Sources Of Gravitational Radiation
Ap. J., 323, 129-139, 1987, with C. R. Evans and I. Iben, Jr.
Radio Jets As A Probe Of The Cooling Flow Environment
In Cooling Flows in Clusters and Galaxies, 1987, ed. A. C. Fabian (D. Reidel: Dordrecht), with D. M. Sumi and M. L. Norman.
Numerical Relativistic Gravitational Collapse With Spatial Time Slices
In Astrophysical Radiation Hydrodynamics, 481-519, 1986, ed. K.-H. Winkler and M. Norman (Reidel: Dordrecht), with C. Evans and J. R. Wilson.
Are The Inner Cores Of Galaxy Clusters Dominated By Dark Matter?
In Inner Space Outer Space: The Interface Between Cosmology and Particle Physics, 226-227, 1986, ed. E. Kolb, M. Turner, D. Lindley, K. Olive, and D. Seckel (Univ. of Chicago Press: Chicago), with D. Sumi.
New Paradigms For Black Hole Accretion From High Resolution Supercomputer Experiments
In American Institute of Physics Conference Proceedings 144: Magnetospheric Phenomena in Astrophysics, 263-290, 1986, ed. R. I. Epstein and W. C. Feldman (American Institute of Physics: New York), with J. Hawley.
Why Dominant Cluster Jets Are Different
In Physics of Energy Transport in Extragalactic Radio Sources, 168-181, 1985, ed. A. Bridle and J. Eilek (NRAO: Green Bank), with D. Sumi.
Knot Production And Jet Disruption Via Nonlinear Kelvin-Helmholtz Pinch Instabilities
In Physics of Energy Transport in Extragalactic Radio Sources, 150-168, 1985, ed. A. Bridle and J. Eilek (NRAO: Green Bank), with M. Norman and K.-H. Winkler.
Hot Spots In Radio Galaxies: A Comparison With Hydrodynamic Beam Cap Simulations
Mon. Not. Roy. Astro. Soc., 214, 67-85, 1985, with M. Smith, M. Norman, and K.-H. Winkler.
Numerical Models Of Fat Disks: New Scenarios For Fluid Accretion Into Black Holes
In Numerical Astrophysics, 30-51, 1985, ed. J. Centrella, J. LeBlanc, and R. Bowers (Jones and Bartlett: Boston), with J. Hawley.
General Relativistic Magnetohydrodynamics
In Numerical Astrophysics, 52-68, 1985, ed. J. Centrella, J. LeBlanc, and R. Bowers (Jones and Bartlett: Boston), with J. Sloan.
Fluid Dynamical Mechanisms For Knots In Astrophysical Jets
In Numerical Astrophysics, 88-126, 1985, ed. J. Centrella, J. LeBlanc, and R. Bowers (Jones and Bartlett: Boston), with K.-H. Winkler and M. Norman.
The Missing Bulge Globular Clusters In M31: New Optical Candidates
Ap. J. 290, 140-153, 1985, with A. Wirth and T. L. Bruno.
General Relativistic Hydrodynamics And Accretion Physics: A Numerical Approach
In Problems of Collapse and Numerical Relativity, 256-269, 1984, ed. D. Bancel and M. Signore (Reidel: Dordrecht), with J. Hawley.
Computational Relativity: Numerical And Algebraic Approaches
In The Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation, 163-183, 1984, ed. B. Berotti et al. (Reidel: Dordrecht).
The Contribution Of Bryce DeWitt To Classical General Relativity
In Ahead of His Time: Bryce S. DeWitt. Essays on the Quantum Theory of Gravity in Honor of his 60th Birthday, 1984, ed. S. Christensen (Adam Hilger, Lmt.: Bristol, England).
Shocks, Interfaces And Patterns In Supersonic Jets
In Fronts, Interfaces and Patterns, 1984, ed. A. R. Bishop, L. F. Campbell, and P. J. Channel (North Holland), and in Physica 12D, 83-106, 1984, with M. Norman and K.-H. Winkler.
A Numerical Study Of Nonspherical Black Hole Accretion. II. Finite Differencing And Code Calibration
Ap. J. Suppl., 55, 211-246, 1984, with J. Hawley and J. R. Wilson.
A Numerical Study Of Nonspherical Black Hole Accretion. I. Equations And Test Problems
Ap. J., 277, 296-311, 1983, with J. Hawley and J. R. Wilson.
Bubbles, Jets And Clouds In Active Galactic Nuclei
Ap. J., 264, 432-445, 1983, with M. D. Smith, J. R. Wilson, and M. L. Norman.
Propagation And Morphology Of Pressure-Confined Supersonic Jets
In Astrophysical Jets, 227-251, 1983, ed. A. Ferrari and A. G. Pacholczyk (D. Reidel: Dordrecht), with K.-H. Winkler and M. Norman.
Gravitational Waves And Red Shifts: A Space Experiment For Testing Relativistic Gravity Using Multiple Time-Correlated Radio Signals
Gen. Rel. and Grav., 15, 129-163, 1983, with R. F. C. Vessot, C. A. Lundquist, R. Decker and T. Piran.
Structure And Dynamics Of Supersonic Jets
Astron. & Astrophys., 113, 285-302, 1982, with M. Norman, K.-H. Winkler, and M. Smith.
Dumbbell Galaxies And Precessing Radio Jets
Astron. J., 87, 602-615, 1982, with J. S. Gallagher and A. Wirth.
The Extended Radio Source In The Center Of M31
Ap. J. Lett., 257, L13-L18, 1982, with R. M. Hjellming.
Can The Twin-Exhaust Model Explain Radio Jets?
Nature, 293, 277-279, 1981, with M. D. Smith, J. R. Wilson, and M. L. Norman.
Hydrodynamical Formation Of Twin-Exhaust Jets
Ap. J., 247, 52-58, 1981, with M. L. Norman, M. D. Smith, and J. R. Wilson.
Rayleigh-Taylor Overturn In Supernova Core Collapse
Ap. J., 246, 515-525, 1981, with J. R. Wilson, R. T. Barton, and R. L. Bowers.
General Relativistic Hydrodynamics: The Comoving, Eulerian, And Velocity Potential Formalism
In Essays in General Relativity: A Festschrift for Abraham Taub, 157-183, 1980, ed. F. Tipler (Academic Press), with C. Taub and J. R. Wilson.
Time Functions In Numerical Relativity: Marginally Bound Dust Collapse
Phys. Rev., D19, 2239-2259, 1979, with D. Eardley.
Observations Of X-Ray Sources In M31
Ap. J. Lett., 234, L45-L49, 1979, with L. Van Speybroeck, A. Epstein, W. Forman, R. Giacconi, C. Jones, and W. Liller.
Gauge Conditions, Radiation Formulae, And The Two Black Hole Collision
In Sources of Gravitational Radiation, 245-274, 1979, ed. L. Smarr (Cambridge University Press).
The Radiation Gauge In General Relativity
Phys. Rev., D17, 1945-1956, 1978, with J. W. York, Jr.
Kinematic Conditions In The Construction Of Spacetime
Phys. Rev., D17, 2529-2551, 1978, with J. W. York, Jr.
Are There Geon Analogues In Sourceless Gauge-Field Theories?
Comm. Math. Phys., 56, 1-9, 1977, with. S. Coleman.
Collision Of Two Black Holes: Theoretical Framework
Phys. Rev., D14, 2443-2452, 1976, with A. Cadez, B. DeWitt, and K. Eppley.
Mechanisms For Inducing Synchronous Rotation And Small Eccentricity In Close Binary Systems
Ap. J. (Lett.), 202, L135-L137, 1975, with W. H. Press and P. Wiita.
Mass Formula For Kerr Black Holes
Phys. Rev. Lett., 30, 71-73, 1973.
Maximally Slicing A Black Hole
Phys. Rev., D7, 2814-2817, 1973, with S. Christensen, B. DeWitt, F. Estabrook, E. Tsiang, and H. Wahlquist.

White Papers

Quantified Health: A 10-year Detective Story Of Digitally Enabled Genomic Medicine
Larry Smarr, with commentary by Mark Anderson, published as a Special Letter in the Strategic News Service Newsletter, September 30, 2011.
How I Improved My Health By Changing My Eating, Exercise, And Stress Management Habits: An Annotated Reading List
Larry Smarr, Requested by Mark Anderson, CEO Strategic News Service For Distribution to the Future in Review 2011 Attendees
The Transition To Intelligent, Secure, Low Carbon, And Climate Adaptive Infrastructure: Some Web Resources
Larry Smarr, Gregory McRae. Presented to the American-Australian Leadership Dialogue panel on "Smart Infrastructure," held in New York City. July 16, 2010
The OptIPortal, A Scalable Visualization, Storage, And Computing Termination Device For High Bandwidth Campus Bridging
Thomas A. DeFanti, Jason Leigh, Luc Renambot, Byungil Jeong, Alan Verlo, Lance Long, Maxine Brown, Dan Sandin, Venkatram Vishwanath, Qian Liu, Mason Katz, Phil Papadopoulos, Joseph Keefe, Greg Hidley, Greg Dawe, Ian Kaufman, Bryan Glogowski, Kai-Uwe Doerr, Javier Girado, Jurgen P. Schulze, Falko Kuester and Larry Smarr. Submitted to the NSF Campus Bridging Network/Data Workshop, April 7, 2010
A High-Performance Campus-Scale Cyberinfrastructure For Effectively Bridging End-User Laboratories To Data-Intensive Sources
Philip Papadopoulos, Larry Smarr. Submitted to the NSF Campus Bridging Network/Data Workshop, April 7, 2010
Larry Smarr Speaks To UC San Diego New Arrivals
Calit2 Director Larry Smarr was the keynote speaker at the 2009 Convocation, which welcomed thousands of transfer students and freshmen to the UC San Diego campus. September 22, 2009. Video of convocation speech.
Digital Infrastructure In A Carbon-Constrained World
Larry Smarr, Tom DeFanti, Jerry Sheehan, Rod Tucker, Bill St Arnaud. Presented at Australian American West Coast Leadership Dialogue, January 15, 2009
Reflections On The NSF Supercomputer Center Program: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Larry Smarr, submitted to NSF HPC Workshop on December 4, 2009
Australia Moving Toward The Information Age Economy
Remarks by Larry Smarr. Speech Delivered to the Australian American Leadership Dialogue Gala Dinner August 15, 2009 Melbourne, Australia
An Intelligent Infrastructure Initiative For Australian Society And Homeland Security
Larry Smarr. 2008 Leadership Dialogue Scholar. October 20, 2008.

Books Published

Supercomputing And The Transformation Of Science
William J. Kaufmann III,Larry L. Smarr. Scientific American Library, W. H. Freeman and Company, ISSN 1040-3213. Copyright 1993 by Scientific American Library
Basic Concepts In Finite Differencing Of Partial Differential Equations
In Sources of Gravitational Radiation, 139-159, 1979, ed. L. Smarr (Cambridge University Press).
Sources Of Gravitational Radiation, Ed.
L. Smarr (Cambridge University Press, 1979). also available at amazon

Government Reports

Report On NSF ANIR Experimental Infostructure Networks 2002
Smarr, L., Clapp, G., DeFanti, T., Brown, M.
Open Source Software For High End Computing
Larry Smarr and Susan Graham (co-chairs), President's Information Technology Advisory Committee, 2000.
Information Technology Research: Investing In Our Future A Report To The President Of The United States
1999, Members of the President's Information Technology Advisory Committee.
The Biomed. Info. Science And Technology Initiative
Larry Smarr and David Botstein (co-chairs), Working Group on Biomedical Computing, Adv. Ctte. to Director, NIH, 1999.
Evolving The High Performance Computing And Communications Initiative
To Support the Nation's Information Infrastructure 1995 Members of the Committee to Study High Performance Computing and Communications: Status of a Major Initiative, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, National Research Council ("Brooks-Sutherland Report")
Science And Technology In The Academic Enterprise: Status, Trends And Issues
To 1989 Members of the Government-University-Industry Research Roundtable, National Academy of Sciences
Report Of The Panel On Science And Technology Centers
1987 National Academy of Sciences [the "Zayre Report"-Led to the Formation of NSF Science and Technology Centers]
Report Of The NSF Subcommittee On Computational Facilities For Theoretical Research
To the Advisory Committee for Physics 1981 [the "Press Report" Led to the Series of NSF Panels on High Performance Computing]

Essay: An Evolution Toward A Programmable Universe
Larry Smarr, Dec 5, 2011, The New York Times
UCSD 2009 Convocation Keynote Speech
During his keynote address at UC San Diego's 2009 Welcome Week Convocation - the inaugural academic event of the year - Internet pioneer Larry Smarr reminded a crowd of more than 4,000 freshmen and transfer students that they will be on the front lines of one of the greatest challenges of our time: Global climate disruption, which could lead to a doubling of carbon dioxide levels by the end of this century.
Greening The Internet In A Carbon-Constrained World
L. Smarr, Xconomy February 2, 2009
Infrastructure For Science Portals
Larry Smarr, IEEE Internet Computing Online (special issue: An Internet Millennial Forecast Mosaic," January/February 2000.
Where Is The Supercomputer Software Revolution?
Dennis Gannon, Larry Smarr, Vincent Schuster, Panel at the Conference on High Performance Networking and Computing archive Proceedings of the 1995 ACM/IEEE conference on Supercomputing (CDROM)
Extraterrestrial Computing: Exploring The Universe With A Supercomputer
Chapter 8 of the book Very large Scale Computation in the 21st Century, edited by Jill P. Mesirov for the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), (1991)
How Supercomputers Are Transforming Science
In Encyclopaedia Britannica Yearbook (1991).
Introduction In Supercomputers: Directions In Technology And Applications
13-17, National Research Council (National Academy Press: Washington D.C., 1989).
Invited Testimony On Science, Research, And Technology
Appeared in the Congressional Record of the U. S. House of Representatives Committee on Science, Space, and Technology's Subcommittee , March 24, 1988.
Invited Testimony On Science, Research, And Technology And On Energy Development And Applications
Appeared in the Congressional Record of the Joint Session of the U.S. House Committee on Science and Technology Committees, June 10, 1985.
Black Hole Accretion: The Quasar Powerhouse
Energy & Tech. Rev., March 1983, with J. Hawley.
The Supercomputer Famine In American Universities
In The Report of the Panel on Large Scale Computing in Science and Engineering, P. D. Lax, Chairman, 1982.
Some Examples Of Supercomputing Projects
In The Report of the Panel on Large Scale Computing in Science and Engineering, P. D. Lax, Chairman, 1982.
Gravity, Black Holes, And The Universe
By Ian Nicolson, book reviewed by L. Smarr in Physics Today, 35, 78-79, 1982.
Earthport - An International Space Launch Site
Space Age Rev., Mar.-Apr., 1979.
Earthport
Future Life, 12, 50-52, 1979.
Einstein's Impact On The Contemporary World
Available from Resident Associate Program, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C., 1979.
Numerical Construction Of Spacetime
Proc. R. Soc. Lond., 368, 15-16, 1979.
Black Holes
In Academic American Encyclopedia (Arete, 1979).
Our Elastic Spacetime: Black Holes And Gravitational Waves
L. Smarr and W. H. Press American Scientist, 66, 72-79 (1978).

Abstracts Published

The NSF Laboratory For Ocean Observatories Knowledge INtegration Grid (LOOKING)
J. Delaney, J. Orcutt, M. Abbott, L. Smarr, E. Lazowska, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2005, abstract #IN21B-1182 (2005).
High Resolution Visualization Of USArray Data On A 50 Megapixel Display Using OptIPuter Technologies
Nayak, Atul, F. Vernon, G. Kent, J. Orcutt, D. Kilb, R. Newman, L. Smarr, T. DeFanti, J. Leigh, L. Renambot, A. Johnson, EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union (AGU), 85, Abstract SF13A-0702, (2004).
Assembling The Planetary Computer
Larry Smarr, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, Springer-Verlag GmbH Volume 2201 Proceedings of Ubicomp 2001: Ubiquitous Computing: Third International Conference Atlanta, Georgia, USA, p. 1 G.D. Abowd, B. Brumitt, S. Shafer (Eds.) (2001).
The Sixth Canadian Conference On General Relativity And Relativistic Astrophysics
Peter Anninos, David Hobill, Ed Seidel, Larry Smarr, Wai-Mo Suen. Edited by Stephen P. Braham, Jack D. Gegenberg, and Robert J. McKellar. Providence, R. I. : American Mathematical Society, p.151 (1997).
Teraflops, Gigabits, And Digital Libraries-The Transition To A Digital Astronomy
American Astronomical Society, 184th AAS Meeting, #52.01; Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, Vol. 26, p.945 (1994).
Finite Difference Schemes For Numerical Relativity
D. H. Bernstein, D. W. Hobill, L. Smarr, General Relativity and Gravitation, proceedings of the 12th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation, held July 2-8, 1989, in Boulder, Colorado, USA, p.304 (1989).
Slicing The Schwarzschild Spacetime
D. H. Bernstein, D. W. Hobill, L. Smarr, General Relativity and Gravitation, proceedings of the 12th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation, held July 2-8, 1989, in Boulder, Colorado, USA, p.305 (1989).
High Resolution Radio Observations Of The CD Galaxy In Abell Cluster 2029
D. M. Sumi, L. Smarr, F. N. Owen, F. N., Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 18, p.902 (1986).
Hot Spots In Radio Galaxies: A Comparison With Hydrodynamic Beam Cap Simulations
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 17, with M. D. Smith, M. L. Norman, and K.-H. Winkler (1985).
Cosmic Jets
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 918, 1984.
Gravitational Waveforms Generated By Highly Nonspherical Core Collapse
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 955, 1984, with C. R. Evans and J. R. Wilson.
The Jet In M87: An Unstable Jet In A Cooling Inflow Atmosphere?
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 955, 1984, with D. Sumi.
The Dynamic Effects Of Angular Momentum On Accretion Flows Near Black Holes
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 964, 1984, with J. Hawley.
Funnel Dynamics And Hollow Jets Near Black Holes
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 461, 1984, with J. F. Hawley.
Fluid Dynamics Around Black Holes: Shocks, Vortices And Instabilities
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 15, 896, 1984, with J. F. Hawley.
Nonlinear Reflecting Mode Pinch Instabilities In Supersonic Jets As A Mechanism For Emission Knots
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 15, 896, 1984, with M. L. Norman and K.-H. Winkler.
Structure Of The ICM In The Pit Potential
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 15, 893, 1984, with D. Sumi.
The Shape Of Radio Jets 3C278
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 15, 892, 1984, with T. J. Cornwell, R. D. Ekers, and W. Van Breugel.
Numerical Simulation Of Fat Disks Around Black Holes
In Contributed Papers to the 10th International Conference on General Relativity and Gravitation, 2, 709, 1983, with J. F. Hawley and J. R. Wilson.
Wide-Angle-Tail Radio Sources, X-ray Cooling Cores, And Black Pits
Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 14, 870, 1982, with D. Sumi.
Numerical Simulation Of Fat Disks Around Black Holes
Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc., 14, 869, 1982, with J. Hawley and J. R. Wilson.
Nonspherical Gravitational Collapse
Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc., 10, 656, 1978.
Colliding Black Holes
GR8 Abstracts of Contributed Paper, p. 18, 1977.
Gravitational Wave Generation Efficiency For Colliding Black Holes
Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc., 8, 516, 1976.
Tidal Circularization Induced In Close Binaries By Turbulent Viscosity
Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc., 7, 534, 1975, with W. H. Press and P. Wiita.
Possible Companions Of The Taylor-Hulse Pulsar
Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc., 20, 632, 1975, with R. Blandford and J. P. Ostriker.
Collision Of Two Black Holes: Stabilizing The Constraints
Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc., 20, 544, 1975, with K. Eppley.
Minimal Shear And Maximal Slices
Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc., 20, 544, 1975, with J. York.
Collision Of Two Black Holes: Computer Generated Spacetimes
Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc., 19, 68, 1974, with B. DeWitt.
High Velocity Collision Of Two Black Holes -- Initial Data
Bull. Amer. Phys. Soc., 18, 643, 1973, with B. DeWitt.

media_profiles

Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein’s Prediction
Larry Smarr's PhD dissertation presaged the announcement of first detection of gravitational waves created by a merger of two black holes 1.3 billion light-years away.
Gravitational Waves Detected! Historic LIGO Success Strikes Chord With Larry Smarr
Recalling Larry Smarr's 1975 dissertation in light of this week's news that scientists have observed gravitational waves for the first time in wake of merger of two black holes, as predicted by Smarr in his thesis.
Larry Smarr: Building The Big Data Superhighway
Internet pioneer Larry Smarr is now spearheading an initiative to create a high-speed virtual super highway for big data. EnterpriseTech shares the details in a Q&A.
Larry Smarr On Solving The Big Data Challenge In HPC
Alison Diana of EnterpriseTech interviews Calit2 director Larry Smarr, republished by HPCwire.
From Quantified Self To Personalized Medicine
The University of Washington Computer Science and Engineering Distinguished Lecture series welcomed Calit2 luminary Larry Smarr to speak on a very interesting topic, bringing wellness into the digital age.
Podcast: Through The Looking Glass: Larry Smarr On Emerging Supercomputing Technologies
John Russell of HPCwire interviews Larry Smarr, a physicist whose work on calculating black-hole collisions led him to champion a federal commitment to boost U.S. computing power — which in turn led to the development of NCSA Mosaic, the precursor to Web browsers.
The Excrement Experiment
"Treating disease with fecal transplants." The New Yorker. Article by Emily Eakin. Published December 1, 2014
Gut-level App: Apps And The Future Of Health Care
Mizzou: The magazine of the Mizzou alumni association. Story by Dale Smith. Published Nov. 13, 2013
A 'Big Data' Freeway For Scientists
NYTimes article by John Markoff March 20, 2013
Larry Smarr: Where There Is Data There Is Hope
"I never thought I would be getting into this business." This is the first sentence in a mind-expanding talk by Larry Smarr about his self-tracking journey. - Posted by Ernesto Ramirez
N=Me
Science gets personal as researchers-professional and amateur-plumb the depths of their own molecular biology.
Calit2 Director Sees Healthcare On Cusp Of Breakthrough - California Council On Science And Technology
The initiator of an unsolicited National Science Foundation proposal that led to the creation of five supercomputer centers and onetime director of the ...
Innovator Tracks Everything His Body Does
Has Larry Smarr found the next big thing -- again?
The Measured Man
Larry Smarr, an astrophysicist turned computer scientist, has a new project: charting his every bodily function in minute detail. What he’s discovering may be the future of health care.
The Patient Of The Future - Technology Review
Technology ReviewThe Patient of the FutureTechnology ReviewInternet pioneer Larry Smarr's quest to quantify everything about his health led him to a startling discovery, an unusual partnership with his doctor, and more control over his life. By Jon Cohen Gym rat: In his quest to optimize his health, ...
(Data Driven Life)^10 Featuring Larry Smarr @lsmarr
The Tree of Life: Blog of Jonathan A. Eisen, evolutionary biologist, microbiologist & genomicist, Open Science advocate, recovering Harvard/Stanford alum, cyclist & Professor at UC Davis. Original post: http://bit.ly/wjrwRg
Body Of Work Could Lead To Health Care Breakthrough - SignOnSanDiego.com
Body of work could lead to health care breakthroughSignOnSanDiego.comLarry Smarr will never be confused with Raquel Welch, but the movie 'Fantastic Voyage' is now a reality for Larry and may turn out to be his personal bid for Hollywood stardom. Smarr, 63, the founding director of the California Institute for ...
Xconomist Of The Week: Larry Smarr's 10-Year Quest For 'Quantified Health' - Xconomy
Xconomist of the Week: Larry Smarr's 10-Year Quest for 'Quantified Health'XconomyA couple of months ago, the publisher and CEO of the weekly Strategic News Service Newsletter introduced an article by San Diego Xconomist Larry Smarr, saying, ?This issue may be the most important Special Letter we have ever published. ...
One Cloud To Rule Them All
HPCwire's Tiffany Trader reports on Larry Smarr's essay in the New York Times, exploring what he believes is a likely extension of today’s increasingly-networked world.
Gordon Puts Flash Into Data Intensive Supercomputing
Calit2 director Larry Smarr offers solutions for high-throughput data management.
How Internet Pioneer Larry Smarr Lost 20 Pounds By Becoming A 'Quantified Self' - Xconomy
Larry Smarr is one of the people who had a vision in the 1980s for a high-speed computer network that grew to become the Internet of today. ...
Visualizing Science: The OptIPuter Project
SciDAC Review, Issue 12,IOP Publishing in association with Argonne National Laboratory, for the US Department of Energy, Office of Science, pp. 32-41.
Xconomy People Profile (Part I)
Calit2's Larry Smarr on the Origins of the Internet, Innovations in IT, and Insights on the Path Ahead
Xconomy People Profile (Part 2)
Calit2's Larry Smarr (Part 2): Insights on the Path Ahead and 4 Big Ideas for the Future of Health, Energy, Environment, and Culture
Larry Smarr Wikipedia
Larry Smarr is a physicist and leader in scientific computing, supercomputer applications, and Internet infrastructure.
Optical Network Key To Next-generation E-research
International Science Grid This Week June 18, 2008
Broadband Vision Needed For Australia: Expert Warns
This is a transcript from The World Today. The program is broadcast around Australia at 12:10pm on ABC Local Radio.
Australia Must Keep Up: IT Guru
Australia risks being left far behind its international competitors in business, education and the arts, as a global revolution in technology brings internet speeds hundreds of times faster than those available here and promises to change the world dramatically. - The Age Online
An Information Superhighway For Terabits
The OptIPuter: Optics and Photonics News September 2006
Larry Smarr On The Past And Future Of Telepresence
The Institute for the Future's Future Now May 23, 2006
The OptIPuter Gets Real
Larry Smarr and Craig Venter announced that they would collaborate to decipher the genetic code of the world's marine microbiological communities.
2006 Tsutomu Kanai Award Recipient
"For pioneering research in the design and architecture of distributed national infrastructures for high-performance computing"
Eye-Popping Streaming Film Debuts
By Xeni Jardin, Wired News. See also Xeni's related notes from iGRID2005, posted on Boing Boing (1) (2).
Bringing Optical Networking To The World
Calit2's Stephanie Sides previews iGrid 2005, the biennial “Woodstock of Networking” workshop taking place Sept. 26-30 at Calit2 in San Diego.
The Time Is Now: Bust Up The Box!
Article by John Markoff, NYTimes
Larry Smarr: Pumping The Net Up For Gigabyte Images
Posted by Dan Farber @ 3:33 pm 5/27/2005, ZDNet Podcast.
Larry Smarr On Future Of Grid, Cyberinfrastructure
By Derrick Harris, Editor GridToday May 23, 2005
From The Chancellor's Desk : Q & A With Larry Smarr, Director Calit2
In this interview, Smarr discusses the connection between Calit2 and industry, the importance of modern networks, new research at Calit2, and one of his personal passions, horticulture.
Luminary Smarr Touts Optical Networks As Nation's Future
By Tim Curns, Editor HPCWire November 11, 2004
Larry Smarr, Internet Grandfather, Looking For An Encore
Om Malik's Broadband Blog November 19, 2003
INTERVIEW WITH LARRY SMARR, Cal-(IT)2
Tim Curns, Assistant Editor, HPCwire, interviews Calit2 director Larry Smarr about high-performance computing.
Ahead Of The Pack
This story was published originally in the summer 2003 issue of MIZZOU, the magazine of the MU Alumni Association.
Five Questions: Larry Smarr
San Diego Union-Tribune, December 16, 2003.
Interview With Others "The View From The Top"
Ken Howard, Contributing Editor, Nature 426, 696 - 697 (11 December 2003).
Larry Smarr On The Shape Of The Grid In 2003
By Alan Beck, Editor-in-Chief GridToday December 16, 2002: Vol. 1 #. 27.
OptIPuter Boots Up
By Karen Heyman The Scientist Oct. 7, 2002
Supercomputer To Utilize Optical Fibers
NYTimes article by John Markoff November 18, 2002
Planet Internet
Interview in Technology Review, March 2002
Interview With Others "Dialing Into The Long View"
In The T-Sector, Issue 8 pps 48-58 (2002).
The Soul Of The Ultimate Machine
NYTimes article by John Markoff December 10, 2000
Extensive Quotes In "Impacts: Computing 2010: From Black Holes To Biology"
Special Millennium Supplement to Nature 402, C67 (1999)
Profile "Larry Smarr Keeps The Peace Between Government, Academia, And Industry"
Red Herring Magazine, November 1998.
Beyond 'Big Iron' In Supercomputing
By James Glanz, Science, 279, 2030-2032 , 27 March 1998
An Interview With Larry Smarr
Smarr, L., 1998 in HPCwire.
U.S. To Support Fewer Supercomputer Centers
By JOHN MARKOFF. NYTimes.com
HPC In 1996 And 1997 - An Interview With Larry Smarr
By Alan Beck, Editor-in-Chief HPCwire January 10, 1997
A Free And Simple Link
Article by John Markoff, NYTimes December 8, 1993.
The New Language Of Science
Bill Kurtis video production for the PBS series New Explorers (1992).
"The New Century" In The Article "Twenty Five Who Help The U. S. Win"
Brief Bio in Fortune Magazine, Special Issue, Spring/Summer 1991.
Register Of Outstanding Americans Under Age 40
Included in the 1984 Esquire "Register of Outstanding Americans Under Age 40" (272 listed)