The Austrian HPC Meeting 2016 – AHPC16 was held February 22–24, 2016, at Seeblickhotel-Grundlsee. Located at Grundlsee (Styria, Austria) it lies in the heart of Ausseerland, surrounded by splendid mountains and marvelous lakes.
AHPC16 was a meeting on all aspects of scientific computing featuring keynote lectures and contributed presentations as well as a tutorial on parallel file I/O.
Jointly organized by the VSC (Vienna Scientific Cluster) and ACSC (Austrian Center for Scientific Computing) it aimed at bringing together scientists and technicians with a background and interest in supercomputing to discuss strategic issues for the future development of HPC in Austria. In this context a special focus was the planning and design of the next generation of the Vienna Scientific Cluster – VSC-4. AHPC16 intended to foster new insights and collaborations for a sustainable and flourishing HPC development in Austria.
Thank you for joining us at Grundlsee and contributing to AHPC16 !!!
(AHPC16 permanent website)
(AHPC16 booklet of abstracts)
(slides & gallery – login for AHPC16 participants only)
Challenges in geo-temporal control of multi-clouds
Computing the heart beat - numerical challenges in solving the cardiac multiphysics problem with biophysically detailed anatomically accurate models of a human heart
From Schrödinger's equation to properties of solid matter
The million genomes challenge: bioinformatics and HPC in microbial genomics
Lattice Boltzmann methods on the way to exascale
Irene Reichl (VSC)
Marian Vajteršic (ACSC)
Ernst Haunschmid (VSC)
Herbert Störi (VSC)