HPC MSU
Name:Tomasz A. Haupt
Associated Centers:Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems
Position:Faculty
Email: haupt@cavs.msstate.edu
Office:Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems, 1216
Office Phone:(662) 325-4524
Alternate Phone:(662) 312-7541

Biography:Born in Poland, graduated from the Jagiellonian University, got his Ph.D. in Physics from the Institute of Nuclear Physics in Krakow (Poland).

As a research associate in Krakow, Nijmegen, NL, and Syracuse, NY, did experimental high energy physics, developing software and analyzing data from hadron-hadron collisions at CERN (Geneva, CH) and e+e- annihilations at CESR (Cornell Univ, Ithaca, NY) - see my publications at CERN library.

In 1992 converted to Computer Science. Started with high performance computing, developing methodology for parallel computing, including HPF/Fortran90D language and compilation system, as well as HPF and MPI applications.

Since 1996 devoted to object-oriented distributed and Web-based technologies. Co-developed the WebFlow system, and used it as a high level, visual user interface for Globus metacomputing toolkit, as well as the middle-tier solution for a computational web portal: the Gateway system.

In 2000 moved Deep South to continue research on architectures and implementation strategies uleashing the power of Grid Computing: environments that extend a desktop computer by providing a seamless access to remote computational resources (hardware, software and data) empovering a scientist or engineer not only to achieve better results faster, but also to achieve what so far has been perceived as unachievable.

At the Center for Advanced Vehicular System he created and leads the Cooperative Computing Group that develops a cyberinfrastructure for various scientific and engineering applications with the recent focus on design optimization, multiscale simulations, and the rapid prototyping of the scientific distributed applications.



Research Interest: The current interests include autonomous computing - a cyberinfrastructure capable of self-configuring, self-optimizing, self-healing, and self protecting, adaptive parallel applications, and distributed simulation environments.

Publications: Sukhija, N., & Haupt, T. (2013). Automatic Failure Diagnosis and Decision Making Process for Self-Healing Systems. XSEDE13, Conference of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment. San Diego, CA.

Haupt, T., Sukhija, N., & Horstemeyer, M. (2012). Cyberinfrastructure Support for Engineering Virtual Organization for CyberDesign. In Roman Wyrzykowski, Jack Dongarra, Konrad Karczewski, Jerzy Wasniewski (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science. SpringerLink. 7204, 161-170. DOI:10.1007/978-3-642-31500-8_17. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Haupt, T., Sukhija, N., & Zhuk, I. (2012). Autonomic Execution of Computational Workflows. GSTF Journal on Computing. Global Science and Technology Forum. 1(4), 10-17. DOI:10.5176_2010-2283_1.4.97. [Abstract] [Document Site]

Haupt, T., Henley, G., Parihar, B., Kirkland, R., Floyd, J., Scheffey, J., Tatem, P., & Williams, F. (2010). User Manual for Graphical User Interface Version 2.10 with Fire and Smoke Simulation Model (FSSIM) Version 1.2. Naval Research Laboratory Technical Report NRL/MR/6180--10-9244. Washington, DC: Naval Research Laboratory. 1-112. [Abstract]

Haupt, T., Henley, G., Parihar, B., & Schulz, N. (2009). Simulation Environment for Onboard Subsystems of an Electric Ship. Proceedings of IEEE Electric Ship Technologies Symposium, ESTS 2009. Baltimore, MD. [Abstract]

Total Publications by this Author: 74