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Meeting of the Minds: Ada Lovelace Award winner discusses the interface between HPC systems and users Computer scientist Sarah Neuwirth, recently appointed professor at Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and head of the “High Performance Computing and its Applications” Group, received the Ada Lovelace Award for HPC at the PASC23 conference. Neuwirth presented her work […]
Some photos of the third day of the PASC23 Conference in Davos.
Some photos of the second day of the PASC23 Conference in Davos.
Some photos of the first day of the PASC23 Conference in Davos.
If you are an undergraduate, master, or doctoral student in Computational Science, HPC, or related fields, and you enjoy working in a dynamic and enthusiastic team, don’t miss the chance to experience the conference as a volunteer for PASC23. If you are selected as a volunteer for PASC23 you will receive complimentary conference registration. Information […]
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 […]
For this special call, we welcome poster abstracts targeting scientific computing applications and methods in all areas related to: Applied social sciences and humanities (research software engineering, behavioural, economics, legal, political and business sciences, philosophy, languages and the arts) Life Sciences Chemistry and Materials Applied Social Sciences and Humanities Are you a researcher using HPC […]
PASC23 Conference Chair Mike Heroux met with SIGHPC Chair Christine Harvey in Dallas during SC22 last month. They send a warm welcome to join us in Davos for the PASC23 Conference next year! Check out the video message here.
We very much hope to welcome all presenters in person at PASC23, and look forward to engaging conversations around HPC and socializing with old and new friends in the scenic Swiss Alps. The PASC23 organizing committee encourages in-person attendance but also understands that personal circumstances might limit the ability of some attendees to join us […]
PASC23 is pleased to remind you that submissions for poster contributions are still open. PASC23 brings together researchers from different disciplines to learn about each other’s scientific computing methods, tools and results, to inspire new ideas and build new interdisciplinary collaborations. Poster presentations provide an ideal opportunity for the exchange of ideas and expertise within […]
The PASC23 Papers Program committee is pleased to remind you that you are still in time to submit your paper for the Conference. We welcome original research related to scientific computing in the following scientific domains: Chemistry and Materials (incl. ceramics, metals, and polymers) Climate, Weather and Earth Sciences (incl. solid earth dynamics) Computer Science, […]
For this special call, we welcome minisymposium proposals targeting scientific computing applications and methods in all areas related to the applied social sciences and humanities (research software engineering, behavioural, economic, legal, political and business sciences, philosophy, languages and the arts) and to life sciences. Applied Social Sciences and Humanities Are you a researcher using HPC […]
The PASC23 Organizing Team is pleased to announce two important upcoming deadlines: November 30 > Minisymposium Expressions of Interest in the following two domains: Applied Social Sciences and Humanities Life Sciences December 11 > Paper submissions
The conference organizing team is pleased to invite organizations from industry and academia to take advantage of a range of sponsorship opportunities for PASC23. PASC conferences are attended by key leaders in scientific computing and HPC, industry experts in industrial HPC applications, as well as talented students from all over the world. With over 400 […]
A minisymposium is a two-hour session of four presentations (or three presentations and an open discussion) on a topic of significant interest to the given scientific domain, ideally having potential application in other domains. Minisymposia are an ideal platform for promoting interdisciplinary communication. Speakers should bring a range of different perspectives to the topic and […]
The PASC23 Organizing Team welcomes submissions for minisymposium, paper and poster contributions. Submissions should be made at https://submissions.pasc-conference.org. The conference is co-sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), SIGHPC, and the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS – a unit of ETH Zurich). PASC23 is an international and interdisciplinary platform for the exchange of knowledge […]
A minisymposium is a two-hour session of four 30-minute slots on a topic of current importance in computational science that showcases research related to domain science, applied mathematics, computer science and software engineering, and is an ideal platform for promoting interdisciplinary communication. Proposals that address aspects emphasizing the theme of PASC23 “Computing Across Scales, Domains, […]
The PASC23 Organizing Team is pleased to announce that submissions for minisymposium, paper and poster contributions are now open. Submissions should be made at https://submissions.pasc-conference.org. The conference is co-sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), SIGHPC, and the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS – a unit of ETH Zurich). PASC23 is an international and […]
The Organizing Team is pleased to announce that preparations are well underway for the PASC23 Conference, which will be held from June 26 – 28, 2023, in Davos, Switzerland, and chaired by Prof. Eleni Chatzi (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) and by Dr. Mike Heroux (Sandia National Laboratories, US). The PASC Conference focuses on advances in methods, […]