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Expert Panel on the Future of HPC in Engineering

03.12.2018

EXCELLERAT Centre of Excellence, coordinated by the High-Performance Computing Center of the University of Stuttgart, kicks off, life-streaming a discussion among experts involved in the HPC engineering application LifeCycle.

The centre of excellence is coordinated by the High-Performance Computing Center of the University of Stuttgart (HLRS).


EXCELLERAT’s goal is to facilitate the development of important codes for high-tech engineering, including maximizing their scalability to ever-larger computing architectures and enabling their uptake within the industrial environment.

These activities will support engineers through the entire HPC engineering application lifecycle, including data pre-processing, code optimization, application execution, and post-processing.

We are happy to invite you to follow our expert panel where scientists, application owners and application users discuss how EXCELLERAT will benefit the use of HPC in different application areas such as aerospace and automotive.

As a special guest, Gerd Büttner from Airbus SE will talk about the potential of HPC in engineering from a user perspective. To let media representatives from around the world take part we have set up a video conference. Please find the log in credentials on page 2.

Date: 12 December 2018
Time: 3:00 pm CET: Expert panel moderated by Andreas Wierse (SICOS GmbH) with Bastian Koller (HLRS), Erwin Laure (KTH), Thomas Gerhold (DLR), and Gerd Büttner (Airbus). (During the discussion, the video conference attendees’ microphones will be muted.)
3:30 pm CET: Questions from the attending press.
Venue: High-Performance Computing Center, University of Stuttgart, Nobelstrasse 19, 70569 Stuttgart, (Foyer Rühle-Saal)

To join the meeting:
https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/hlrspresentation/
Room Passcode:
87258

To dial in via Telephone:
Phone: +49 30 200 97937918

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Wissenschaftliche Ansprechpartner:

Lena Bühler
High-Performance Computing Center, University of Stuttgart,
Nobelstr. 19 • 70569 Stuttgart
Tel.: +49 (0)711/685-65858
E-Mail: buehler@hlrs.de

Weitere Informationen:

https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/hlrspresentation/

Andrea Mayer-Grenu | idw - Informationsdienst Wissenschaft

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