News of an upcoming applications conference came over the transom recently. Here’s what I know
SciApps – 10
Challenges and Opportunities for Scientific Applications: learning to sustain the Petaflop with eyes on the Exaflop horizon.
This Workshop will bring together an interdisciplinary team of computational scientists to share experience, knowledge, and best practices on the implementation of a wide range of scientifically demanding and computationally paced applications on leading-edge high-performance scientific computer systems. Our goal for this workshop is to offer a cross discipline venue to facilitate interactions among current and potential leadership class computing users, explore opportunities to strengthen application development and obtain insight into near term and medium term application requirements and scientific mission goals. Access to DOE’s Leadership Class Computing facilities is open to any academic, government, or industry research organization via the Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment (INCITE) program.
The event will be held Aug 3-6, 2010 at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Building 5100 (JICS) Room 128. You can find more information, along with a link to registration at the event web site, www.nccs.gov/user-support/training-education/workshops/sciapps-10/.