Why is European HPC running on US hardware? – EuroLab4HPC: connecting HPC and Systems

Workshop, Tuesday 10 May, 14:00 to 18:30
co-located with the European HPC Summit Week 2016, Prague, Czech Republic.
(https://exdci.eu/events/european-hpc-summit-week)

Speakers
John Goodacre, University of Manchester, UK. Creation of a European HPC Solution?
Per Stenström, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. Efficient Computing Beyond Moore and Exascale.
Michael O´Boyle, University of Edinburgh, UK. Automatic Porting and Optimisation: Trying not to Disappoint Once Again.
Manolis Katavenis, FORTH-ICS and University of Crete, Greece. Exascale Interconnects: Challenges and Opportunities for Europe.
Henrik Berglund, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden. Accelerating HPC Innovation through Business Prototyping.

Call for proposals for Business Prototype Projects

The purpose of the Business Prototyping Projects is to help researchers identify and evaluate business cases based on their research results. Around each technology, teams will be formed consisting of an entrepreneurial lead, a principle investigator and a mentor. Each team is then guided through a process where they will quickly and effectively identify and test critical business related hypotheses, e.g.

Call for proposals for Cross-Site Collaboration Grants

EuroLab-4-HPC is pleased to announce the first call for proposals for Cross-Site Collaboration Grants to initiate and promote Cross-site Actions.  Grants are available for short cross-discipline stays, targeted at PhD students, post-doctoral researchers and academics, working in multiple layers of the HPC system stack (architecture, runtime, tools, Š).  This includes HPC topics from the engineering domain, the automotive, health, mobility, security and energy sector, just to name a few.

Presentation at EXDCI-ETP4HPC in Rome

September 29-30, 2015.
The Coordinator of EuroLab-4-HPC, Professor Per Stenstrom, makes a presentation in the EXDCI-ETP4HPC event in Rome.

EuroLab-4-HPC session in Milan

September 21, 2015.
EuroLab-4-HPC organized a session just before the start of the FP7 HiPEAC Computing Systems Week in Milano. This session featured a tutorial on business prototyping by Dr. Henrik Berglund, Chalmers and a roadmap workshop led by Professor Theo Ungerer, University of Augsburg.

Kick off!

September 7-8, 2015. 
EuroLab-4-HPC kicked off in the University Foundation in Brussels. All partners were represented and the actions over the first three months were identified.

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