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DEISA Symposium Bologna, May 4-5, 2006

Perspectives in High Performance Computing

The second DEISA Symposium took place in Bologna, Italy, on 4 - 5 May 2006. It was part of a series that will take place every year in April - May in different locations in Europe. These events are dedicated to the discussion of the scientific and strategic challenges in the area of High Performance Computing, and to assess the impact of the DEISA research infrastructure on computational science in Europe.

Symposium program

The scientific program provided a wide overview of the major computational challenges in all relevant areas of science and technology. These challenges are the target of the DEISA Extreme Computing Initiative, and they constitute the permanent focus of this series of DEISA meetings. Some of the “grand challenge” Extreme Computing projects currently in operation on the DEISA platform were reviewed. The strategic program dealt with general issues concerning national and European scientific policies for HPC, technology assessments, relations of the research infrastructures with the scientific community. The topics for this meeting were: eInfrastructures in Europe ; HPC trends and overview of new supercomputing architectures.


Detailed program and abstracts

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