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Alex St. John     Nyriad
Amita Gupta     Oracle
Andrew Ensor     HPC Lab, AUT
Anthony Griffin     HPC Lab, AUT
Ben Hart     IRASR, AUT
Brent Carlson     NRC, Canada
Brett Telfer     Callaghan Innovation
Brody Radford     HPC Lab/Engineering, AUT
Charles Yun     REANNZ
Daniel Richards     Data Direct Networks
David Eaton     Hewlett-Packard
David Fielder     Compucon
David Honey     SGI
David Loop     NRC, Canada
David Wilson     Engineering, AUT
Don Christie     Catalyst
Haomiao Wang     University of Auckland
John Bancroft     RIO, AUT
Jonathan Miller     Callaghan Innovation
Jordan Alexander     IRASR, AUT
Kevin Byard     Economics, AUT
Kjesten Wiij     MBIE
Mahmoud Mahmoud     IRASR, AUT
Marco Caiazzo     SKA Office
Matthew Simmons     Nyriad
Maxim Voronkov     CSIRO
Michael Coleman     Oracle
Nathan Scott     KEDRI
Nicolas Erdody     Open Parallel
Nicolas Pradel     HPC Lab/IRASR, AUT
Peter Baille     HPC Lab, AUT
Peter Thomasson     IRASR, AUT
Rezaul Hasan     Massey University
Sergei Gulyaev     IRASR, AUT
Seth Hall     HPC Lab, AUT
Shaohua Wu     Inspur
Stefan Wong     Engineering, AUT
Stephan Lapshev     Massey University
Stephen Moore     Hewlett-Packard
Steve Groom     Braemac
Steve Thompson     British High Commission
Stuart Long     Oracle
Stuart Weston     IRASR, AUT
Tim Natusch     IRASR, AUT
TN Chan     Compucon
Trung Tran     Altera
Willem van Straten     Swinburne University of Technology
Xu He     Compucon


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