EuroHPC Summit Week 2020

Europe/Lisbon
Porto, Portugal

Porto, Portugal

Porto Palácio Congress Hotel & Spa Avenida da Boavista 1269 4100-130 Porto
Description

The EuroHPC Summit Week (EHPCSW) 2020 will gather the main European HPC stakeholders from technology suppliers and HPC infrastructures to scientific and industrial HPC users in Europe. As in previous years, PRACE, the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, organises the seventh edition of its Scientific and Industrial Conference (PRACEdays20) within the EHPCSW 2020. PRACEdays20 will bring together experts from academia and industry who will present their advancements in HPC-supported science and engineering. The EHPCSW 2020 will provide a great opportunity for the attendees to network.

The 2020 edition of the EuroHPC Summit Week will take place from 23 to 27 March 2020 in Porto, Portugal

The main organisers of the EHPCSW 2020 are the European Extreme Data & Computing Initiative (EXDCI-2), the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE), and the European Technology Platform for High-Performance Computing (ETP4HPC). The European Commission (EC) will represent the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking in the organisation of the conference. The logistical organisation is supported by a local host: for the 2020 edition this will be Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia - Computação Cientifica Nacional (FCT-FCCN).

The main conference will take place from Tuesday to Thursday and will include a selection of plenary sessions and parallel sessions.

Please be informed that photography and filming will take place during the conference, further details can be read under Terms & Conditions. If you have any further questions, please contact the Communications Team

 

    • 08:30 10:30
      EuroHPC / GÉANT Meeting (invitation only) Corgo ()

      Corgo

    • 08:30 10:30
      PRACE Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) (invitation only) Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

      Convener: Nuria López
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee 30m
    • 11:00 13:00
      EuroHPC / GÉANT Meeting (invitation only) Corgo ()

      Corgo

    • 11:00 13:00
      PRACE Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) (invitation only) Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

      Convener: Nuria López
    • 12:00 13:00
      INFRAG closed meeting (invitation only) Minho & Lima ()

      Minho & Lima

      Conveners: Claus-Axel Müller (Gauss Centre for Supercomputing), Sinead Ryan
    • 12:00 13:00
      RIAG closed meeting (invitation only) Douro Norte ()

      Douro Norte

      Conveners: Jean-Pierre Panziera (Atos), Thomas Lippert (FSJ)
    • 13:00 14:30
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 14:30 16:00
      EuroHPC / GÉANT Meeting (invitation only) Corgo ()

      Corgo

    • 14:30 16:00
      INFRAG closed meeting (invitation only) Minho & Lima ()

      Minho & Lima

      Conveners: Claus-Axel Müller (Gauss Centre for Supercomputing), Sinead Ryan
    • 14:30 16:00
      PRACE Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) (invitation only) Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

      Convener: Nuria López
    • 14:30 16:00
      RIAG closed meeting (invitation only) Douro Norte ()

      Douro Norte

      Conveners: Jean-Pierre Panziera (Atos), Thomas Lippert (FSJ)
    • 16:00 16:30
      Coffee 30m
    • 16:30 18:00
      EuroHPC / GÉANT Meeting (invitation only) Corgo ()

      Corgo

    • 16:30 18:00
      INFRAG closed meeting (invitation only) Minho & Lima ()

      Minho & Lima

      Conveners: Claus-Axel Müller (Gauss Centre for Supercomputing), Sinead Ryan
    • 16:30 18:00
      PRACE Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) (invitation only) Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

      Convener: Nuria López
    • 16:30 18:00
      RIAG closed meeting (invitation only) Douro Norte ()

      Douro Norte

      Conveners: Jean-Pierre Panziera (Atos), Thomas Lippert (FSJ)
    • 08:30 09:15
      Opening & Welcome Porto ()

      Porto

      Convener: Janne Ignatius (PRACE Council Vice-Chair)
      • 08:30
        housekeeping & social events 5m
        Speaker: Janne Ignatius (PRACE Council Vice-Chair)
      • 08:35
        Chair of the EHPCSW 2020 / PRACEdays20 OPC 5m
        Speaker: Serge Bogaerts (PRACE)
      • 08:40
        Vice-President National Research Agency FCT 15m
        Speaker: Prof. Nuno Feixa Rodrigues (FCT - Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia)
      • 08:55
        Chair of the PRACE Council 20m
        Speaker: Thomas Lippert (FSJ)
    • 09:15 09:45
      EuroHPC Porto ()

      Porto

    • 09:45 10:15
      EOSC Porto ()

      Porto

    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee 30m
    • 11:00 11:45
      Scientific Keynote Porto ()

      Porto

      Convener: Jean-Pierre Panziera (Atos)
    • 11:45 12:30
      Industrial Keynote Porto ()

      Porto

      Convener: Jean-Pierre Panziera (Atos)
    • 12:30 13:00
      Diversity & Inclusivity in HPC Porto ()

      Porto

      Conveners: Ms Marjolein Oorsprong (PRACE aisbl), Philippe Segers (GENCI)
    • 13:00 14:30
      Lunch 1h 30m Porto ()

      Porto

    • 14:30 16:00
      Delivering HPC, as part of the continuum, in a sustainable manner Douro Norte ()

      Douro Norte

      Today, the technological changes in HPC architectures and systems are motivated and driven to a large extent by the changes in HPC usage, from an isolated HPC system towards an integrated systems where the HPC system is just a part of a more complex workflow, containing a diversity of accelerators to cover specific application needs.

      If we look 10-15 years ahead, we foresee that the technological challenges that the future generations of HPC systems will have to meet will be driven by a societal shift,where materials are acknowledged to be rare and valuable resources, which have to be used economically. This applies to natural resources (water, copper, silicon, to name just a few), as well as to energy. And this shift also concerns human resources: with ever more complex systems and an ever growing diversity in system components, applications and usages, it will become more and more difficult for a single (legal) entity to offer full solutions to it’s users and customers. Open, shared and sobre solutions will gain in importance. During this workshop we will highlight some of these aspects.

    • 14:30 16:00
      EXDCI-2 Workshop on AI and HPC convergence Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

      Machine/Deep Learning (ML/DL) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have evolved over the last years as disruptive technologies and are extensively used by several distinct communities to develop scientific and technological approaches, targeting different application domains. Today a trend is emerging toward a convergence between ML/DL, AI and HPC with high benefits expected from this cross-fertilization, in terms of hardware, software and applications.

      The aim of the workshop is to provide concrete feedback about how deep AI has permeated into the HPC ecosystem and viceversa.

      The workshop will focus on the convergence between HPC and AI, encouraging analysis and discussion in particular, for a deeper understanding of the reasons why HPC and HTC need AI approaches and why AI needs HPC. To give just some examples, HPC & HTC need AI approaches (I) for inferring data flows from large scale scientific instruments, to better manage stream access and support end to end workflows, (II) for hybrid modelling, based on combining deterministic modelling and machine learning components and in general (III) for coupling learnt models and simulation codes toward cognitive simulation, (IV) for in-situ and in-transit) post processing of numerical simulations, to optimise data movement and minimise energy, (V) for better exploiting systems and computing centres, to improve security, have a preventive maintenance, optimise the infrastructure and develop AI driven schedulers. At the same time, AI needs HPC, (I) to scale up the learning phase of NN/DL networks, due to the availability of the huge amount of data, (II) to develop Auto DL/ML networks and in general Auto AI, allowing auto-tuning of the choice of models, (III) to use federated/transfer learning solutions, (IV) to develop new AI methods, such as eXplainable Artificial intelligence (XAI) approaches.

      The workshop will involve representatives from FETHPC projects as well as from the Center of Excellence (CoEs) working in the area of AI and HPC convergence. Link to the CoEs will be established via FocusCoE representatives as done in the previous EXDCI2 Workshop on HPDA (2019). Moreover, other initiatives like BDVA and AI4EU will be taken into consideration due to their role in the overall European landscape on the workshop topics.

      After the end of the workshop, the organizing committee will evaluate the possibility to prepare a journal contribution titled “A survey about EU key initiatives and efforts on HPC & AI convergence”, based on the gathered workshop feedback and results as well as on the speakers availability to join the editorial team of the manuscript.

      Conveners: Giovanni Aloisio (CMCC and University of Salento), Mathis Bode (RWTH Aachen University), Sandro Fiore (CMCC), Stefan Krieg (FZ Jülich), Stephane Requena (GENCI)
    • 14:30 16:00
      EXDCI-2 Workshop on emerging technologies Corgo ()

      Corgo

      Today HPC system architecture is dominated by standard CPU+GPU solution. This architecture has been effective to propose the performance increase requested by HPC users while challenging them to exploit the massive parallelism and heterogeneity offered by this solution. We foresee little changes in the 2020-2023 time frame with the first exascale systems based on this approach. After to sustain the growth of number of operations per watt, new solutions will have to be found as the Moore’s law will be fading and Denard’s scaling gone.

      Progresses can be made in three axis:

      • New architectures
      • New data representation schemes
      • New technologies (compared to CMOS)

      Most of the new approaches is a combination of the three (or at least of two of them). The workshop will introduce the potential technologies paths and then focus on three technologies that could be integrated in HPC systems in the coming years. A discussion with the audience will conclude the workshop.

      • Introduction potential technologies paths for future HPC systems
      • New architecture : European research on neuromimetic (Peter Debacker IMEC)
      • Photonics technologies for HPC systems (Tolga Tekin Fraunhofer)
      • Integration dimension (Denis Dutoit CEA/Leti)
      • Discussion
      Conveners: Jean-François Lavignon (Technology Strategy), Marc Duranton (CEA)
    • 14:30 16:00
      EuroHPC BoF Porto ()

      Porto

    • 14:30 16:00
      Materials Design at the eXascale at European HPC Summit Week 2020 Cavado ()

      Cavado

      In today's data-driven world, High-Performance Computing (HPC) is an emerging reference platform that drives scien fic research and enables industrial innova ons - from energy and environment to healthcare,information and communications, manufacturing, safety and transporta on. HPC is now attracting the attention of an increasingly large number of companies that span a wide range of fields.

      Context of the workshop

      This workshop will bring into the spotlight the effectivve results of the MaX flagship codes (Quantum ESPRESSO, Yambo, Siesta, Fleur, CP2K, BigDFT and AiiDA) and the recent advances in computational materials research based on quantum physics and electronic structure methods that are enabled by frontier erevolution of HPC. MaX has radically enhanced the performance of the flagship codes in terms of scaling, robustness, and usability, and will make them ready for the forthcoming exascale hardware architectures.

      MaX – ‘Materials design at the eXascale’ is a European Centre of Excellence for HPC working on quantum simulation codes. The renovation of the flagship codes is complemented by co-design activities ensuring thebest exploitation of pre-eXascale and eXascale architecture. The built ecosystem allows the convergence of massive HPC and HTC (high-throughput computing) efforts into HPDA (high-performance data analytics).

      Scope of the workshop


      • Learn about the MaX flagship codes on the present HPC platforms and its latest new capabilities and algorithms for the study of complex materials, properties and processes in realistic condition,far beyond the current realms.

      • Present the latest activities and services that MaX offers to the wider industrial community in the field of HPC and materials design.

      Who and why should attend

      This workshop aims at gathering scientists and organisations active in the field of materials modelling, together with HPC and HTC experts in order to discuss the most recent advancements in the field, including, but not limited to:


      • Advances in high-performance computing for materials science.

      • New avenues from data analytics/artificial intelligence in materials science.

      • High throughput computing for materials discovery.

      • Trends in high-performance computing and codesign towards exascale.

      • Novel algorithms for first-principles simulations.

    • 14:30 16:00
      PRACEdays20 Scientific Parallel Track "Other domains" Douro Sul ()

      Douro Sul

    • 16:00 16:30
      Coffee 30m
    • 16:30 18:00
      Delivering HPC, as part of the continuum, in a sustainable manner Douro Norte ()

      Douro Norte

      Today, the technological changes in HPC architectures and systems are motivated and driven to a large extent by the changes in HPC usage, from an isolated HPC system towards an integrated systems where the HPC system is just a part of a more complex workflow, containing a diversity of accelerators to cover specific application needs.

      If we look 10-15 years ahead, we foresee that the technological challenges that the future generations of HPC systems will have to meet will be driven by a societal shift,where materials are acknowledged to be rare and valuable resources, which have to be used economically. This applies to natural resources (water, copper, silicon, to name just a few), as well as to energy. And this shift also concerns human resources: with ever more complex systems and an ever growing diversity in system components, applications and usages, it will become more and more difficult for a single (legal) entity to offer full solutions to it’s users and customers. Open, shared and sobre solutions will gain in importance. During this workshop we will highlight some of these aspects.

    • 16:30 18:00
      EXDCI-2 Workshop on AI and HPC convergence Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

      Machine/Deep Learning (ML/DL) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have evolved over the last years as disruptive technologies and are extensively used by several distinct communities to develop scientific and technological approaches, targeting different application domains. Today a trend is emerging toward a convergence between ML/DL, AI and HPC with high benefits expected from this cross-fertilization, in terms of hardware, software and applications.

      The aim of the workshop is to provide concrete feedback about how deep AI has permeated into the HPC ecosystem and viceversa.

      The workshop will focus on the convergence between HPC and AI, encouraging analysis and discussion in particular, for a deeper understanding of the reasons why HPC and HTC need AI approaches and why AI needs HPC. To give just some examples, HPC & HTC need AI approaches (I) for inferring data flows from large scale scientific instruments, to better manage stream access and support end to end workflows, (II) for hybrid modelling, based on combining deterministic modelling and machine learning components and in general (III) for coupling learnt models and simulation codes toward cognitive simulation, (IV) for in-situ and in-transit) post processing of numerical simulations, to optimise data movement and minimise energy, (V) for better exploiting systems and computing centres, to improve security, have a preventive maintenance, optimise the infrastructure and develop AI driven schedulers. At the same time, AI needs HPC, (I) to scale up the learning phase of NN/DL networks, due to the availability of the huge amount of data, (II) to develop Auto DL/ML networks and in general Auto AI, allowing auto-tuning of the choice of models, (III) to use federated/transfer learning solutions, (IV) to develop new AI methods, such as eXplainable Artificial intelligence (XAI) approaches.

      The workshop will involve representatives from FETHPC projects as well as from the Center of Excellence (CoEs) working in the area of AI and HPC convergence. Link to the CoEs will be established via FocusCoE representatives as done in the previous EXDCI2 Workshop on HPDA (2019). Moreover, other initiatives like BDVA and AI4EU will be taken into consideration due to their role in the overall European landscape on the workshop topics.

      After the end of the workshop, the organizing committee will evaluate the possibility to prepare a journal contribution titled “A survey about EU key initiatives and efforts on HPC & AI convergence”, based on the gathered workshop feedback and results as well as on the speakers availability to join the editorial team of the manuscript.

      Conveners: Giovanni Aloisio (CMCC and University of Salento), Mathis Bode (RWTH Aachen University), Sandro Fiore (CMCC), Stefan Krieg (FZ Jülich), Stephane Requena (GENCI)
    • 16:30 18:30
      EuroHPC Workshop Porto ()

      Porto

    • 16:30 18:30
      HPC stakeholders meeting Minho & Lima ()

      Minho & Lima

    • 16:30 18:00
      Materials Design at the eXascale at European HPC Summit Week 2020 Cavado ()

      Cavado

      In today's data-driven world, High-Performance Computing (HPC) is an emerging reference platform that drives scien fic research and enables industrial innova ons - from energy and environment to healthcare,information and communications, manufacturing, safety and transporta on. HPC is now attracting the attention of an increasingly large number of companies that span a wide range of fields.

      Context of the workshop

      This workshop will bring into the spotlight the effectivve results of the MaX flagship codes (Quantum ESPRESSO, Yambo, Siesta, Fleur, CP2K, BigDFT and AiiDA) and the recent advances in computational materials research based on quantum physics and electronic structure methods that are enabled by frontier erevolution of HPC. MaX has radically enhanced the performance of the flagship codes in terms of scaling, robustness, and usability, and will make them ready for the forthcoming exascale hardware architectures.

      MaX – ‘Materials design at the eXascale’ is a European Centre of Excellence for HPC working on quantum simulation codes. The renovation of the flagship codes is complemented by co-design activities ensuring thebest exploitation of pre-eXascale and eXascale architecture. The built ecosystem allows the convergence of massive HPC and HTC (high-throughput computing) efforts into HPDA (high-performance data analytics).

      Scope of the workshop


      • Learn about the MaX flagship codes on the present HPC platforms and its latest new capabilities and algorithms for the study of complex materials, properties and processes in realistic condition,far beyond the current realms.

      • Present the latest activities and services that MaX offers to the wider industrial community in the field of HPC and materials design.

      Who and why should attend

      This workshop aims at gathering scientists and organisations active in the field of materials modelling, together with HPC and HTC experts in order to discuss the most recent advancements in the field, including, but not limited to:


      • Advances in high-performance computing for materials science.

      • New avenues from data analytics/artificial intelligence in materials science.

      • High throughput computing for materials discovery.

      • Trends in high-performance computing and codesign towards exascale.

      • Novel algorithms for first-principles simulations.

    • 16:30 18:00
      PRACEdays20 Scientific Parallel Track "Other domains" Douro Sul ()

      Douro Sul

    • 16:30 18:00
      Pitch your scientific work across different audiences! Corgo ()

      Corgo

      • Short session, as part of the collaboration activities between HiPEAC, Eurolab4HPC, PRACE university programme and EXDCI to help students from the poster session to present their research. In this session students will be briefly introduced how to prepare and structure a short pitch and will practice to present their research across different audiences.

      • Pre-Requisites: No technical pre-requisite. No-poster needed. Best mood to practice, discuss and contribute

      Convener: Xavier Salazar (HiPEAC / Eurolab4HPC / BSC)
    • 18:00 20:30
      EuroHPC Summit Week Networking Reception 2h 30m
    • 18:00 20:30
      PRACEdays Poster Session
    • 08:30 10:30
      BDEC Open Plenary Porto ()

      Porto

    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee 30m
    • 11:00 11:30
      Winner of the PRACE Ada Lovelace Award for HPC 2020 Porto ()

      Porto

    • 11:30 13:00
      PRACEdays User Forum Open Session Porto ()

      Porto

      Convener: Troels Haugbølle (Niels Bohr Institute Københavns Universitet)
    • 13:00 14:30
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 14:30 16:00
      2nd European HPC Training Stakeholder Workshop (FocusCoE) & EuroHPC "Development of HPC Skills" Cavado ()

      Cavado

    • 14:30 16:00
      Diversity & Inclusivity in HPC Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

    • 14:30 16:00
      European Workshop in Urgent HPC (by ChEESE) Corgo ()

      Corgo

      Several high-impact phenomena require of on demand solutions of HPC applications under strong time constrains. Examples include, among other, affectations from geohazards (e.g. propagation of tsunami waves, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions), atmospheric or ocean toxic dispersal (e.g. incidental nuclear release, pathogen emission), or extreme weather events (e.g. triggering large flooding). Prompt reaction to these scenarios requires tier-0 computing infrastructures, complicated data workflows, and engagement with stakeholders formally involved in emergency management (e.g. the European Emergency Response Coordination Centre; ERCC) through shared protocols and policies. Interest to set up Urgent Computing (UC) services in Europe is growing trough the ChEESE CoE, PRACE and also recommendations of the EuroHPC INFRAG Access Policy Group.

      Following the Workshop about Urgent HPC held during SC19 ( https://www.urgenthpc.com/), we would like to organize a similar one with European HPC stakeholders based on the need for these services in Europe. This half-day workshop would have around 5-6 talks of 20 minutes each, including other European HPC-related initiatives such as the ESiWACE CoE, VESTEC and Lexis projects. The event will finish with an interactive discussion panel on the subject of the need for HPC in urgent decision making. The feedback will be reported to the EC in a joint report or common white paper by various parties involved in this European workshop.

      Convener: Arnau Folch (BSC)
      • 14:30
        Keynote: infrastructure service and workflows 30m
      • 15:00
        Keynote: tsunamis 20m
      • 15:20
        Keynote: earthquakes 20m
      • 15:40
        Keynote: volcanoes 20m
    • 14:30 16:00
      PRACEdays20 Parallel Track "Industry" Porto ()

      Porto

    • 14:30 16:00
      PRACEdays20 Scientific Parallel Track "Astrophysics" Douro Norte ()

      Douro Norte

    • 14:30 16:00
      PRACEdays20 Scientific Parallel Track "Energy / Renewable Energy" Douro Sul ()

      Douro Sul

    • 14:30 16:00
      Workshop on Trans-continuum Minho & Lima ()

      Minho & Lima

      A common workshop with AIOTI / BDVA / EOCS (Cybersecurity)

    • 16:00 16:30
      Coffee 30m
    • 16:30 18:00
      2nd European HPC Training Stakeholder Workshop (FocusCoE) & EuroHPC "Development of HPC Skills" Cavado ()

      Cavado

    • 16:30 18:00
      European Workshop in Urgent HPC (by ChEESE) Corgo ()

      Corgo

      Several high-impact phenomena require of on demand solutions of HPC applications under strong time constrains. Examples include, among other, affectations from geohazards (e.g. propagation of tsunami waves, earthquakes, volcanic eruptions), atmospheric or ocean toxic dispersal (e.g. incidental nuclear release, pathogen emission), or extreme weather events (e.g. triggering large flooding). Prompt reaction to these scenarios requires tier-0 computing infrastructures, complicated data workflows, and engagement with stakeholders formally involved in emergency management (e.g. the European Emergency Response Coordination Centre; ERCC) through shared protocols and policies. Interest to set up Urgent Computing (UC) services in Europe is growing trough the ChEESE CoE, PRACE and also recommendations of the EuroHPC INFRAG Access Policy Group.

      Following the Workshop about Urgent HPC held during SC19 ( https://www.urgenthpc.com/), we would like to organize a similar one with European HPC stakeholders based on the need for these services in Europe. This half-day workshop would have around 5-6 talks of 20 minutes each, including other European HPC-related initiatives such as the ESiWACE CoE, VESTEC and Lexis projects. The event will finish with an interactive discussion panel on the subject of the need for HPC in urgent decision making. The feedback will be reported to the EC in a joint report or common white paper by various parties involved in this European workshop.

      Convener: Arnau Folch (BSC)
      • 16:30
        Keynote: toxic dispersal 20m
      • 16:50
        Keynote: extreme weather (ESiWACE) 20m
      • 17:10
        Panel discussion 20m
      • 17:30
        Report structure and conclusions 30m
    • 16:30 18:00
      Fenix: A novel approach to federated supercomputing e-infrastructures Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

      The session provides an overview over the Fenix architecture, available and upcoming resources as well as the resource access mechanisms. Details on how to request resources are also provided. The session will show that Fenix enables science, as highlighted by lightning talks from users of the Fenix infrastructure.

      https://fenix-ri.eu/events/eurohpc-summit-week-2020

    • 16:30 18:00
      PRACEdays20 Parallel Track "Industry" Porto ()

      Porto

    • 16:30 18:00
      PRACEdays20 Scientific Parallel Track "Astrophysics" Douro Norte ()

      Douro Norte

    • 16:30 18:00
      PRACEdays20 Scientific Parallel Track "Energy / Renewable Energy" Douro Sul ()

      Douro Sul

    • 16:30 18:00
      Workshop on Trans-continuum Minho & Lima ()

      Minho & Lima

      A common workshop with AIOTI / BDVA / EOCS (Cybersecurity)

    • 18:00 21:00
      EuroHPC Summit Week Conference Dinner 3h Porto Leixões Cruise Terminal

      Porto Leixões Cruise Terminal

      Rua do Godinho 4450-208 Matosinhos Portugal https://www.apdl.pt/en_US/terminal-passageiros-sul
    • 08:30 10:30
      Plenary Porto ()

      Porto

      Convener: Nuria López
    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee 30m
    • 11:00 12:30
      PRACEdays20 Panel Discussion: Will HPC, AI and Data Science be the same in 10 years' time? Porto ()

      Porto

      Panel Moderator

      • Guy Lonsdale, SCAPOS

      Panel Members

      • Maria Girone
      • Mark Asch, BDEC representative
      • Joost VandeVondele
      • Alice-Agnes Gabriel
      • Jorge Almeida
      • Maria Perez, EuroHPC RIAG
      Convener: Serge Bogaerts (PRACE)
    • 12:30 13:00
      PRACEdays20 Award Ceremony Porto ()

      Porto

      PRACE Ada Lovelace Award for HPC
      Best Poster Award
      Best Scientific Presentation
      Best Industrial Presentation

      Convener: Serge Bogaerts (PRACE)
    • 13:00 14:30
      Lunch 1h 30m
    • 14:30 16:00
      HPC3/ FocusCoE (invitation only) Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

      Convener: Guy Lonsdale
    • 14:30 16:00
      User Forum Programme Commitee (invitation only) Sousa ()

      Sousa

      invitiation only

    • 16:30 17:30
      HPC3/ FocusCoE (invitation only) Tâmega ()

      Tâmega

      Convener: Guy Lonsdale
    • 16:30 17:30
      User Forum Programme Commitee (invitation only) Sousa ()

      Sousa

      invitiation only

    • 10:30 11:00
      Coffee 30m
    • 13:00 14:30
      Lunch 1h 30m