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17 November 2019 - 22 November 2019
PRACE – The European HPC Infrastructure at SC19
PRACE was pleased to be part of the 31st edition of the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC19), in Denver, Colorado, USA between 18 to 22 November 2019.
The PRACE booth was opened with a Welcome Talk by Serge Bogaerts, PRACE Managing Director, on Monday evening. He gave a brief overview of PRACE and invited the visitors to attend the different mini-presentations during the exhibition days at the PRACE booth and to participate in the BoF “European HPC Ecosystem Summit” on Thursday 22 November 2019.
PRACE welcomed more than 300 visitors to its booth and the PRACE booth team informed them about PRACE activities and offerings such as Project Access and the various training possibilities.
Highlights from this year’s PRACE presence at SC19 include:
Furthermore, PRACE was one of the partners in the Students@SC programme. On Wednesday afternoon the PRACE training experts Volker Weinberg (LRZ), Simon Wong (ICHEC) and Georg Zitzlsberger (IT4Innovations) welcomed the student groups. They gave a brief and to-the-point presentation about PRACE training opportunities to the high school students. Likewise, PRACE was involved for the third time in the SC19 Scavenger Hunt and donated a Samsung Galaxy Tab A to one of the winners.
Once again PRACE co-led the EuroZone initiative together with its partners SurfSARA, BSC, and GÉANT, to increase the visibility European organisations present at the SC19 exhibition.
The EXDCI-2 project again shared the PRACE booth, offering opportunities to international partners to discuss future collaborations. EXDCI-2 also promoted the EuroHPC Summit Week 2020. More information about the latest EXDCI-2 updates can be found here.
The PRACE booth team is looking forward to welcome the SC20 attendees from 15 to 20 November 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia, USA.
Best Use of HPC in Life Sciences
The award emphasised the work of a French researcher team under the lead of Dr. Luc Bergé which used for their CAPITOL project a PRACE allocation of 24.1 million core hours on GENCI’s Curie machine (hosted at TGCC, CEA, France) to explore by means of different massively parallel numerical codes new physical mechanisms converting ultra-intense laser light into various photon and particle sources ranging from terahertz to X-rays through laser-plasma interactions, which could lead to breakthroughs in high-resolution medical imaging and detection of breast and skin cancer tumors. The award is shared with CEA and GENCI.
Best Workforce Diversity LeadershipThe award is recognising PRACE Ada Lovelace Award in HPC which highlight outstanding female scientists for their contribution in HPC each year. PRACE contributes with this award to diversity and equality in HPC.
- VESTEC – fusing HPC and real-time data for urgent decision making
- The EPEEC H2020 Project: Programming Productivity at Exascale
- Towards a common European HPC Strategy
- PRACE Peer Review Process
- PRACE a 150 Pflops HPC research e-infrastructure for European scientific and industrial competitiveness
- Supercomputers and space research: from virtual tours of the Moon to space weather forecasts
- Improving diversity with inclusive leadership
- Maestro: Towards a data- and memory-aware HPC middleware
- Eurolab4HPC: Making Europe Excel in HPC Technology
- Four years of HPC Public Private Partnership in Europe: elements of impact assessment
- Anywhere, any time, self-managed, easy to use supercomputing at your fingertips
- PRACE Training
- MoPHA: Modernisation of Plasma Simulation Codes for Heterogeneous Exascale Architectures