We are pleased to announce that this year, for the first time, support for attending PASC23 will also be granted to four early career professionals who meet SIGHPC requirements. Applications close April 6, 2023. Further information on this offering and on the application process is available here.
We are pleased to remind you that SIGHPC will support four travel grants to enable undergraduate or graduate students to attend the event. In addition to the travel assistance, PASC23 will cover the corresponding registration fees. Applications close April 6, 2023. Further information on the application process is available here.
Launched in 2016, the Award is annually presented to a female scientist who makes an outstanding contribution to and impact on HPC in Europe and the world, and serves as a role model for women who are at the start of their scientific careers. The winner will receive a prize sum of € 1’000. Applications […]
This award recognizes an outstanding individual or team for ground-breaking research using HPC that leads to significant scientific advances. The prize will be presented at the PASC23 Conference in the form of a 30-minute plenary talk. The focus of the award is on the impact of the winning research on science and HPC, rather than […]
In line with this year’s conference theme – Computing Across Scales, Domains, and Communities – we are delighted to announce the Public Lecture by Professor Rick Stevens (Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago), who will offer a perspective on “Post-Exascale Computational Science and the Emerging Mix of HPC, AI and Quantum.” Abstract In this […]