“The main topics for our April 7-9 meeting in Santa Fe are industrial partnerships with large HPC centers and how they’re working, with perspectives from the U.S., France and the UK. We’ll also take another hard look at what’s happening with processors, coprocessors and accelerators and at potential disruptive technologies, as well as zeroing in on the HPC storage market and trends and the CORAL procurement that involves Oak Ridge, Argonne and Livermore.”
Frank Ham from Cascade Technologies presented this talk at the 2014 HPCAC Stanford HPC & Exascale Conference. “On an annual basis, the US government awards 10′s of billions of HPC core-hours to projects seeking to answer questions in science and engineering through large-scale simulations. In this talk, I will share several examples of insights into flow physics phenomena achieved through these programs.”
Jacqueline H. Chen from Sandia presented this talk at the Stanford HPC Conference. “Co-Design of Exascale Simulation of Combustion in Turbulence (ExaCT). “The mission of co-design within the Center for Exascale Simulation of Combustion in Turbulence (ExaCT) is to absorb the sweeping changes necessary for exascale computing into software and ensure that the hardware is developed to meet the requirements to perform direct numerial simulations of turbulent combustion at actual thermo-chemical conditions of combustors.”
Philippe Ricoux from Total presented this talk at the Stanford HPC Conference. “The objective of this Support Action, co-funded by the European Commission is to build a european vision and roadmap to address the challenges of the new generation of massively parallel systems composed of millions of heterogeneous cores which will provide multi-Petaflop performances in the next few years and Exaflop performances in 2020.”
PRACE has announced the keynote speakers for its 2014 Scientific and Industrial Conference. Organized around a theme of HPC for Innovation – when Science meets Industry, the event will take place in Barcelona May 20-22.
The ASCR Leadership Computing Challenge has issued its Call for Proposals for 2014. Open to scientists from the research community in industry, academia, and national laboratories, the ALCC program allocates up to 30% of the computational resources at ASCR’s supercomputing facilities.