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
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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.

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Target Audience

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
12:15 Lunch
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)
16:45 Close


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28 Sep - Registration Deadline
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04 Oct - Event Starts at 09:00hrs


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