The Fourth HPCx Annual Seminar
04 October, 2006 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
e-Science Institute, 15 South College Street, Edinburgh
Organiser: David Henty
Any slides or other material generated as a result of this event can be found at: www.nesc.ac.uk/action/esi/contribution.cfm?Title=698
An annual forum of HPCx users and representatives of UK HPC user community to review and discuss the latest advances in high performance computational science on HPCx.
For more information please see http://www.hpcx.ac.uk/about/events/annual2006/.
This forum is intended for HPCx users and representatives of the UK HPC user community.
|09:00 ||Registration, Tea and Coffee
|09:30 ||Arthur Trew EPCC Welcome & Introduction
|09:45 ||Paul Madden University of Edinburgh
|10:15 ||Nick Hills University of Surrey
|10:45 ||Tea and Coffee
|11:15 ||Gernot Plank University of Graz Modelling heart attacks and
therapeutical treatment regimes with supercomputers
|11:45 ||Neil Drummond University of Cambridge The quantum Monte Carlo method
|13:15 ||Peter Knight UKAEA Tokamak Climatology: Plasma Turbulence on a Supercomputer
|13:45 ||John Hague IBM What SMT (Simultaneous Multi Threading) can do for you
|14:45 ||Tea and Coffee
|15.15 ||Lorna Smith EPCC Novel Applications of High Performance Computing
|16:15 ||Conclusions / HPCx User Group Discussions (Chair David Henty, EPCC)
Registration for this event is now closed. To enquire about an application or to cancel a previous application please contact NeSC Administration.
14 Jun - Registration Opens
28 Sep - Registration Deadline
27 Sep - Date we will respond to your application by (Please note this is the latest date we will respond to your application. It is normal policy for us to respond within 5 working days where possible.)
04 Oct - Event Starts at 09:00hrs
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|This event is hosted by eSI in assocaition with the following organisations:|
|The e-Science Institute|
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