Being supported by KONWIHR also means being part of a network of researchers with similar challenges. All (newly) supported projects are invited to briefly present and discuss their project with us and the rest of the projects recently funded.
When: Wednesday, October 12, 15:00-18:00.
Where: Online using the TUM Informatics BigBlueButton instance. Joining by audio is enough.
What: Prepare a short (10min) presentation to introduce your project and work plan/status and discuss what input you expect or already had from which compute center.
- Improving FAIRness of HPC research data – Prof. Stemmer (TU München), 2022
- HPC mixed precision quantization of encoder-decoder deep neural networks – Prof. Kist (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg), 2022
- Porting of Lattice QCD simulation software to GPUs – Prof. Wettig (University of Regensburg)
- ALPACA in Florence – first steps towards the Ponte Vecchio”: Porting ALPACA to Intel’s upcoming GPU architecture Ponte Vecchio – Prof. Adams (TU München), 2022
- Continuous Benchmarking for the GHODDESS framework – Prof. Köstler (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg), 2022
- Largescale data processing and mass production of cosmicray background simulations for H.E.S.S. – Prof. Christopher van Eldik, Dr. Andreas Specovius (FAU, ECAP)
- HPC-Stützpunkt at the University of Regensburg – Prof. Wetting (University of Regensburg)
- Awaiting confirmation:
- Massively parallel solvers for geophysical flow problems with strong viscosity variations – Prof. Rüde (FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg), 2022
- Optimization of the ALF implementation of the auxiliary-field quantum Monte Carlo algorithm: porting to GPUS and symmetry considerations – Prof. Assaad (Uni Würzburg), 2022
We are looking forward to the discussions!