The importance of being H.P.C. Earnest



The relevance and impact of High Performance Computing (HPC) on simulation and modeling can be quite different depending on the specific area, but we are all confronted with the relationship between new methods and algorithms and their implementation in proficient codes. We invite you to join us in an exploration of the relevance of HPC as an enabler of leading-edge simulation and modeling. The focus of this webinar series will be on the science made possible by combining state-of-the-art methods with optimal exploitation of supercomputing resources.

Steven G. Louie - University of California at Berkeley and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Discovering Nature with Computation: HPC Study of Quantum Interaction Phenomena in Materials

Claudia Draxl - Humboldt-Universit├Ąt and Fritz Haber Institute, Berlin
Detecting Materials Genes by High-performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence

Modesto Orozco - Institute for Research in Biomedicine, Barcelona
BioExcel Build Blocks and HPC. A test case in CoVID Research


Thursday July 16 2020

Edouard Audit - CEA - Maison de la Simulation
EoCoE : Fostering the energy transition using HPC

Gianluca Palermo - Politecnico di Milano
Exscalate4CoV: Towards an exascale-ready docking platform targeting urgent computing


Thursday July 9 2020

Cecilia Clementi - Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin
Enabling software solutions to address outstanding science challenges in molecular sciences

Ignacio Pagonabarraga - CECAM
E-CAM: addressing modelling challenges in multiple scales in the HPC leading edge

Peter Coveney - University College London and University of Amsterdam
Supercomputing, COVID-19 and the Transformation of Medicine


Thursday July 2 2020

Erik Lindahl - Stockholm University
Simulating the Dynamics of Molecular Biology: Brick Walls, Achievements and Opportunities

Jesus Labarta - Barcelona Supercomputing Center
POP: towards insight on program behavior

Paul Kent - Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Towards Reliable and Accurate Materials Predictions at Exascale


Thursday June 25 2020

Nicola Marzari - EPFL
The great mysteries of computational science, and the marvelous opportunities

Claudia Filippi - University of Twente,
Anthony Scemama - University of Toulouse III
Targeting Real chemical accuracy at the EXascale

Giulia Galli - University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory
The long and winding road: predicting and designing material and molecular properties through computation


Thursday June 18 2020

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