DEISA, TeraGrid Present Joint Summer School Program
European-US Summer School on
HPC Challenges in Computational Sciences
DEISA and TeraGrid sites
CHICAGO and GARCHING, Germany, Aug 11 -- The European Union Seventh Framework Programme's Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications (DEISA), and the United States National Science Foundation's TeraGrid, present a joint EU-US school on High Performance Computing (HPC) Challenges in Computational Sciences, Oct. 4-7, 2010, in Acireale, Catania, Italy.
High-level speakers from the US and Europe will address the following areas in computational science with high relevance for HPC simulations:
- HPC Challenges and Technology.
- Challenges by Scientific Disciplines.
- Performance Analysis & Profiling.
- Algorithmic Approaches & Libraries.
- Data Intensive Computing and Visualization.
Leading scientists in the fields of astrophysics, materials science, nanotechnology, quantum chromo dynamics, and plasma physics will present discipline-related talks. The program will benefit graduate students and postdoctoral scholars who use high performance computing to conduct research.
Apply via the Web before Aug. 29, 2010:
US Applicants: Teragrid application form is already closed.
Applications are being accepted from advanced graduate students and postdoctoral scholars at US and EU institutions through Aug. 29, 2010. Awards will be announced by September 6, 2010. Successful applicants will receive free lodging and meals. US attendees' travel expenses will be paid by TeraGrid.