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MSU Supercomputing Workshops

In 2014, a unique international scientific workshop “Extreme Scale Scientific Computing” was held in MSU. The workshop were attended by leaders of the international supercomputing community: Jack Dongarra (USA), Thomas Sterling (USA), Satoshi Matsuoka (Japan), Mateo Valero (Spain), David Keys (Saudi Arabia), Arndt Bode (Germany), Alok Choudhary (USA), William Tang (USA), Bernd Mohr (Germany), Torsten Hoefler (Switzerland), Mark Parsons (UK), Thomas Ludwig (Germany), Thomas Schulthess (Switzerland), Edward Seidel (USA), Gabriella Allen (USA), Fabrizio Gagliardi (Spain), Onur Mutlu (USA). (in Russian) (in Russian)

RCC MSU and MSU Supercomputing Center hold two series of supercomputing workshops.

“Supercomputing Technologies in Science, Education and Industry” seminar is held twice a month. We invite well-known scientists, industry experts and outstanding MSU Supercomputing Center users to share their real HPC experience. Talks cover such topics as nanosystems, life sciences, materials sciences, environmental science and management, transport and aerospace systems, energy efficiency, and nuclear energy.

“Parallel.Ru” workshop is devoted to the parallel computing technologies in all their variety as well as the state-of-the-art trends in supercomputing research and industry. A good tradition of the workshop is inviting of leading HPC experts from all over the world. We are very proud to thank our invited speakers including:

  • Jack Dongarra (University of Tennessee, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA) with a talk "Algorithmic and Software Challenges when Moving Towards Exascale";

  • Thomas Sterling (Indiana University, Sandia National Laboratories, USA) with a talk “The XPRESS Track to Exascale System Development”;

  • Torsten Hoefler (ETH Zürich, Switzerland; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA) with a talk “Towards Automated
    Performance Modeling”.