workshop

Workshop: Platform-driven e-infrastructure innovations 

An extreme data and computer services workshop organised in conjunction with

eScience 2018 International Conference (https://www.escience2018.com/)

Date: 29 October 2018

Conference Venue: Mövenpick Hotel, Amsterdam City Centre, Piet Heinkade 11, 1019 BR Amsterdam

Organization:
Nils Felde (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Institut für Informatik, Germany)

Summary
Addressing emerging grand challenges in scientific research, health, engineering or global consumer services necessitates dramatic increases in responsive supercomputing and extreme data capacities. In this workshop, different use cases from diverse research areas will present their initial results based on the use of extreme scale data processing tools and facilities provided by PROCESS.

PROCESS — PROviding Computing solutions for ExaScale challengeS — is a collaborative research and innovation EU project.

The workshop will be held open to the public and is explicitly not limited to PROCESS partners.

Agenda:

13.30  – 13:45   Opening
13:45  – 14:15   Prof. Dr. Dieter Kranzlmüller
14:15  – 14:30   Stijn Heldens “
Landscape of Exascale Computing: a data-driven literature review
14:30  – 15:00  
PROCESS use case presentations
15:00  – 15:30  
Coffee Break
15:30  – 16:00   Presentation of
EU Exascale projects

  • ESCAPE-2: Dr. Andreas Mueller
  • EPEEC: Dr. Antonio J. Peña
  • DEEP: Martin Bobák

16:00 – 16:45   Presentation of PROCESS architecture/platform with Live-Demo
16:45 – 17:30  
PROCESS Panel with:

  • Prof. Dr. Dieter Kranzlmüller
  • Dr. Andreas Mueller
  • Dr. Antonio J. Peña
  • Dr. Jason Maassen
  • Matti Heikkurinen
  • Hanno Spreeuw

 

For more information about the eScience Conference (venue, registration etc.), please consult the conference website HERE  [https://www.escience2018.com/]. The early bird rate is available until 31st August.

Please do not hesitate to contact the organisers  at contact@process-project.eu with any questions or comments!

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