HPC2N Seminars - Fall 2002

HPC2N Seminars
Fall 2002

Invitation

High Performance Computing Center North cordially invites you to participate in a HPC2N seminar on: How can we facilitate Your use of High Performance Computing, Scientific Visualization and Virtual Reality?

The programme includes presentations by scientists using the super cluster system, state-of-the-art technical overviews and trends.

For more information about HPC2N see our web information
Dates and Location

The seminars will be held at:

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SLU Umeå, Monday October 28, 09.00 – 11.15, Room Granen.

Local presentation: Computation of the maximum likelihood estimator in the forest growth model using the HPC2N Super Cluster, Alex Teteroukovski, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences.

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Luleå Tekniska Universitet, Tuesday October 29, 09.00 – 11.15, Alfahuset, Room Alfa 109.

Local presentation: First-Principles Modelling of Materials - expected progress and impact from using the HPC2N Super Cluster, Sven Öberg, Luleå University of Technology.

 

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IRF Kiruna, Wednesday 30 October, 10.00 – 12.15, The Aula at IRF.
Local presentation: Computing ion distributions near Mercury using the HPC2N Super Cluster, Mats Holmström, Swedish Institute of Space Physics.

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Mitthögskolan Sundsvall, Tuesday November 5, 10.15-11.00 in Sundsvall room N102 and 13.15-15.00 as a videoconference including all four sites of Mid Sweden University: Sundsvall: N102, Örnsköldsvik: B130, Härnösand: G319, Östersund: F217

 

Detailed Program

Title

Speaker

Welcome

Local contact person

HPC2N in Brief

Peter Poromaa

HPC2N Computing Resources

Mats Nylén

Introduction to Parallel Computing

Mikael Rännar

15 minutes Coffee break

Scientific Visualization

Mats Nylén/Kenneth Holmlund

The GRID Evolution

Peter Poromaa, Mikael Rännar

Local Presentation of HPC Activities

 

Local Researcher/Contact person

Discussion & Conclusions

?        How can we facilitate your use of HPC, VIS & VR

 

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