We gladly announce the ASHPC22 – Austrian-Slovenian HPC Meeting 2022 – that will take place at the Seeblickhotel Grundlsee (Austria), May 31 – June 2, 2022, and in addition will offer the possibility to participate online at this hybrid event. The organizing committee is monitoring the worldwide Covid situation closely. We are planning mainly for an in-person event that also allows for online attendance but may switch to an entirely virtual format should the situation in spring 2022 require it to make ASHPC22 a safe and productive meeting.
ASHPC22 will continue the tradition of the annual Austrian HPC Meetings, held 2015 – 2020, and the first Austrian-Slovenian HPC Meeting held 2021: Bringing together scientists and technicians with a background and interest in supercomputing. High-Performance Computing (HPC) operates at the limits of computationally feasible problems and helps to conquer new territory of science. Learning about current limitations and exchanging ideas on addressing these issues is vital for the further development in scientific and technological competitiveness. ASHPC22 will be an excellent opportunity to present and learn about the latest research results and exchange ideas between the users and providers of HPC resources.
In this workshop you can learn and discuss about benefiting from the new European HPC Systems. The European High Performance Computing Joint Undertaking (EuroHPC JU) currently builds up a world-class supercomputing ecosystem in Europe, consisting of five petascale and three pre-exascale systems. This workshop will offer information for organizational decision-making, the application process and end-user applications. It will precede the ASHPC22, both located at the Seeblickhotel Grundlsee (Austria).
ASHPC22 & EuroHPC Access and Hands-On workshop are organized by EuroCC Austria – National Competence Centre for Supercomputing, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, Austria and EuroCC Slovenia in cooperation with the Vienna Scientific Cluster (VSC), Austria; the Research Area Scientific Computing in Innsbruck, Austria; the Institute of Information Science in Maribor (IZUM), Slovenia and the Slovenian consortium for high-performance computing (SLING).