High Performance Computer Science Week

March 31 – April 5, 2008
Grand Hyatt Hotel
Denver, Colorado


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High Performance Computer Science Week (HPCSW)

High Performance Computer Science Week (HPCSW) is designed to bring together computer and computational scientists to address the present and future issues and challenges in high-performance computing.  HPCSW seeks to foster discussions on the computer science that lies between simulation/data-centric codes and the hardware upon which they run.  There are two related events this week; a Principal Investigator meeting for those involved in computer science within the Department or Energy Advanced Scientific Computing (ASCR) Research Office, and a Symposium open to all computer and computational scientists.  For those attending the Symposium and involved in the international LinuxBIOS research there is a final workshop on April 5.

March 31 – April 2 — Department of Energy Office of Science ASCR Computer Science Principal Investigators meeting (attendance is for PIs of this program and invited guests.  Others may apply to attend based on space availability.)
April 2 – 4 — High Performance Computer Science Symposium (attendance is open to all based on availability)
April 3 – 5 — LinuxBIOS Summit will be held (attendance is open to all based on availability)

 

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