Invited to give a keynote talk at the ADVANCED COMPUTATION (fall of 2012) conference in Barcelona, Spain but was unable to give it due to emergency surgery on my back.
Presented a paper at the International Supercomputing Conference in Hamburg, Germany in June 2012. The title of the talk was "UPC-CHECK: A scalable tool for detecting run-time errors in Unified Parallel C".
Gave a series of two lectures on HPC at the University of Bielefeld, June 2012.
Member of the team of faculty writing a NSF MRI proposal asking for an HPC machine costing about $2,500,000.
Member of the faculty Strategic High Performance Committee, 2011-2013.
Gave a series of three invited talks on high performance computing at the University of Bielefeld, Germany, June 2011.
Gave an invited talk "High Performance Computing and Numerical Analysis" at the American Mathematical Society's conference at the University of Iowa, March 2011.
Gave an invited talk "Numerical Analysis and Current Trends in High Performance Computing" at the VIGRE workshop at the University of Iowa, March 2011.
Member of the program committee of Supercomputing 2011.
Gave the keynote talk "Current Trends in High Performance Computing" at the International Workshop on High Performance Computing for Avionics, October 2010, Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, South Korea.
Invited talk "Current Trends in High Performance Computing" at the INRIA research laboratory, Grenoble, France, Sepember 2010.
Series of invited lectures on high performance computing at the University of Bielefeld, Germany, June 2010.
Program Committee member of the Frontiers in Computing 2010 Conference.
"The Importance of Run-Time Error Detection", invited talk at the International Parallel Tools Workshop, Dresden, Germany, September 2009.
"Detecting Compile-Time Errors in UPC and Preliminary Design of UPC-CHECK", invited talk at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, August 2009.
"History and Current trends in High Performance Computing", invited talk at the University of Bielefeld, Germany, June 2009.
Program committee member of the IEEE Cluster 2009 Conference.
In 2009, the ACM awarded me a Senior Member position. The Senior Member Grade recognizes those ACM members with at least 10 years of professional experience and 5 years of continuous Professional Membership who have demonstrated performance that sets them apart from their peers.
Invited by Michigan State University (MSU) to give my opinions and recommendations regarding MSUs plans for high performance computing to: (a) the Vice Provost of Libraries, Computing and Technology, (b) the Assistant VP for Research and Graduate Studies along with other members of their Cyber-Enabled Research Initiative, (c) the Director of MSUs High Performance Computing Center and (d) the Dean and Associate Dean of Engineering. October 2008.
Invited for an 18 day visit by the University of Helsinki, Finland (one of the top 20 universities in Europe) to give a series of lectures and a short course in high performance computing. The University of Helsinki paid travel and living expenses and gave an honorarium. September 2008.
Reviewer for the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) from 2007 to present.
Receiving research funding as part of DARPA's High Productivity computing Initiative, 2004-2009.
Member of Tabor Research's HPC User Views Advisory Council, 2007 - present.
Member of the ISU's High Performance Computing Assessment and Planning Task Force, 2006-2007.
Member of the Supercomputing 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2005, 2006, and 2007 technical committee.
College of Liberal Arts and Humanities News (2004): High Performance News Link
ISU News 2002: Iowa State will test software for Cray X1 supercomputer. News link
He has been a member of the Parallel Tools (Ptools) Consortium's Steering Committee from 1997 to 2004, the year the consortium disbanded.
In 2000, he was Program Chair for the Ptools annual conference and is the Conference Chair for the Ptools 2001 Conference. He has been the Ptools treasurer from 2001 through 2004.
In 1998, he gave a series of invited lectures on high performance computing at the University of Pavia in Italy.
In 1998, he was invited to collaborate on a research project for NEC in their research laboratory in Sankt Augustin, Germany.
From 1990-1996, Professor Luecke was a member (and chair for one year) of an IBM Technical Advisory Committee that reviewed IBM's research and development plans.
From 1994-1997, he was a member of the Executive Advisory Committee for the Cornell National Supercomputing Facility.