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The Platform for Advanced Scientific Computing (PASC) held its sixth annual interdisciplinary conference in scientific computing and computational science, PASC19, from June 12 – 14 in Zurich, Switzerland. Taking place at the campus of ETH Zurich, the conference set a new PASC attendance record with 428 scientists, industry representatives and experts present. The trend toward […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team was pleased to welcome 428 attendees from 24 countries to Zurich for the sixth edition of the PASC Conference series. With 65% participation from abroad and thanks to its participants who brought diverse perspectives to the discussions on tools and techniques that can be applied to various scientific domains, PASC19 can […]
Some impressions of the third day of the PASC19 Conference at ETH Zurich.
Some impressions of the second day of the PASC19 Conference at ETH Zurich.
Some impressions of the first day of the PASC19 Conference at ETH Zurich.
The State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation (SERI), Euresearch and Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS), would like to invite you to an event to present the Swiss participation in the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking. The Information Event will take place Friday June 14, from 14:00 until 15:00 at ETH Zurich in the Audimax of the […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team looks forward to welcoming you to ETH Zurich in six days time. This announcement includes some practical information for speakers, chairs and minisymposium organizers. The PASC19 Organizing Team is also pleased to announce that this year we will have a Mobile App. And if you’re on Twitter, please use the hashtag […]
The Trilinos Project Team and the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre are pleased to announce a one-day European Trilinos User Group Meeting to be held on June 11 – the day before PASC19 – at the same location, ETH Zurich. The agenda and information on registration are available here.
Ensuring performance of applications running on large-scale clusters is one of the primary focuses in HPC research. In this talk, we will show our strategies for performance analysis and optimization of applications in various fields of research using large-scale HPC clusters. Our strategies are designed to comprehensively analyze runtime features of applications, parallelisation strategies of […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to announce a keynote presentation on Microsoft Optics for the Cloud – A New Approach to Data Centre Technology by Scarlet Schwiderski-Grosche (Microsoft Research Cambridge, UK). New hardware technology such as rack-scale computers (RSCs) are redefining the landscape of data center computing today, achieving both higher bandwidth and lower […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to announce the publication of the PASC19 program and opening of registration. The PASC19 conference focuses on interdisciplinary exchange in computational science and high-performance computing. The program offers over 200 talks in topic-focused and multi-disciplinary minisymposia, poster sessions, and 17 full research papers published by the Association for Computing Machinery. Program […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to announce this year’s panel discussion focused on the theme of PASC19: Exascale and Beyond. Under the moderation of emerging exascale software specialist Lois Curfman McInnes (Argonne National Laboratory) and leading HPC technology pundit Rich Brueckner (InsideHPC), thought leaders from China, Europe, Japan and the US will discuss software […]
If you are an undergraduate, master’s or doctoral student in computational science or HPC and you enjoy working in a dynamic and enthusiastic team, don’t miss the chance to experience the conference as a volunteer for PASC19. If you are selected as a volunteer for PASC19 you will receive complimentary conference registration. Information on how […]
Close to 60 multi-disciplinary and domain-specific minisymposia have been selected for inclusion in this year’s program. We invite you to explore the list of abstracts that is published online to get a taste for the variety of topics that will be discussed at the conference. Don’t miss the opportunity to gain insight from researchers working […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to announce the Public Lecture on Flexibly Scalable High Performance Architectures with Embedded Photonics by Professor Keren Bergman (Columbia University). Abstract Computing systems are critically challenged to meet the performance demands of applications particularly driven by the explosive growth in data analytics. Data movement, dominated by energy costs and […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to announce the Interdisciplinary Dialogue on Real-World Applications in Numerical Ocean Modeling featuring Professor Fangli Qiao (First Institute of Oceanography, China) and Professor Eleni Chatzi (ETH Zurich, Switzerland). In this plenary session Professor Eleni Chatzi from the Institute of Structural Engineering at ETH Zurich will interview Professor Fangli Qiao […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to inform you about the Student Travel Grants and other opportunities for student participation in the conference. Lastly, the Organizing Team would like to remind you of the upcoming submission deadlines for papers, and inform you about an extension of the posters submission deadline. Opportunities for student participation TRAVEL GRANTS […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to welcome you in the New Year with an announcement of a keynote presentation by Thierry Poinsot from IMFT and CERFACS. Abstract Combustion produces more than 80 percent of the world’s energy. This will continue for a long time as the global energy growth remains much larger than what new renewable energies […]
The PASC Conference – an annual, international conference in HPC that brings together domain scientists, applied mathematicians and computer scientists – has appointed a steering committee who will be responsible for setting policy and strategy for future conferences. PASC’s focus on interdisciplinarity is strongly reflected in the composition of the steering committee, who have been […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team wishes you a Happy Holiday Season and looks forward to welcoming you to Zurich from June 12–14, 2019. In this bulletin, we announce a keynote presentation on the research that won the 2018 ACM Gordon Bell Prize, we remind you of the upcoming submissions deadlines for participation in PASC19, and inform you about […]
PASC19 is pleased to host a presentation on the research that won the 2018 ACM Gordon Bell Prize announced on November 15 at SC18, in Dallas. This session will be introduced by ORNL Chief Scientist for Computational Systems Biology Dan Jacobson, co-leader of the team winning this important prize in recognition of outstanding achievements in […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team would like to remind you that the deadline for minisymposium expressions of interest is this Friday, December 7. Expressions of interest must be submitted through the online submission portal. Don’t miss the opportunity to present a minisymposium at PASC19 – submit your expression of interest by Friday this week! Scientific Domains As in […]
Michele De Lorenzi from the Swiss National Supercompting Center, a member of the organizing committee of PASC19, interviews Jeff Hollingsworth (University of Maryland), chair of ACM’s special interest group in HPC. SIGHPC as a co-sponsor of PASC19 will provide support for several students to participate in PASC19, which takes place in Zurich, Switzerland from June […]
Michele De Lorenzi (CSCS, Switzerland) from the PASC19 organizing committee, interviews Michela Taufer (University of Delaware, and Executive Member of ACM’s SIGHPC), who was recently elected as general chair of SC19. In this interview Michela explains why “HPC is Now” has been selected as the motto for next year’s Supercomputing Conference and how HPC is […]
The PASC19 conference – an interdisciplinary conference in HPC that brings together domain science, computer science and applied mathematics – will take place in Zurich from June 12 to 14, 2019. Michele De Lorenzi from the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre spoke to PASC19 Papers Program Co-Chairs Sunita Chandrasekaran (University of Delaware) and Ümit Çatalyürek (Georgia […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to invite organizations from industry and academia to take advantage of a range of sponsorship opportunities for PASC19.PASC19, co-sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS), will be held from June 12 to 14, 2019 at ETH Zurich, in Zurich, Switzerland. CONFERENCE […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to announce that submissions are open for minisymposium, paper and poster contributions. Submissions should be made at submissions.pasc-conference.org. For those familiar with previous PASC Conferences, please note that important changes have been made to the submission process for minisymposia, including the requirement for an expression of interest (deadline 7 […]
The PASC19 Organizing Team is pleased to announce that preparations are well underway for next year’s conference, which will be held from June 12-14 in Zurich, Switzerland, and co-chaired by Prof. Haohuan Fu from the National Supercomputing Center in Wuxi and Prof. Simon Scheidegger from the University of Lausanne. The conference co-chairs have chosen “Exascale […]
We are pleased to announce that the PASC19 Conference, co-sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS), will be held from June 12 to 14, 2019 at ETH Zurich, located in Zurich, Switzerland.