Teraflop-Workshop 30./31. March 2006


HLRS, Allmandring 30, 70563 Stuttgart, Germany


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Early registration fee (until March 19) is 200 Euro, except for speakers. Late registration is 500 Euro.


30.-31. March 2006, HLRS, Stuttgart


09.00 Registration
09.15 Welcome
09.30 The Teraflop Workbench Overview and Strategy
10.00 Leading Computational Methods on Leading Scalar and Vector Platforms
Leonid Oliker, LBNL, USA
10.45 Coffee
11.00 Implication of Memory Performance in Vector-Parallel and Scalar-Parallel HEC Systems
Hiroaki Kobayashi, Tohoku University, Japan
12.00 Lunch
13.30 Visualization: Insight on your work
Pascal Kleijer, NEC, Japan
14.15 Status of NEC SX System Software
Masashi Ikuta, NEC; Japan
15.00 Coffee
15.30 Large-scale ab-initio simulations with VASP
Juergen Furthmueller, Friedrich-Schiller-Universität Jena, Germany
16.00 Green chemistry from supercomputers: Car-Parrinello simulations for ionic liquids
Ari P. Seitsonen, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France
16.30 Classical Molecular Dynamics on the NEC SX-8
Katharina Benkert and Franz Gähler, Stuttgart University, Germany
17.00 wrap up and discussion (until 17:30)
18.00 social event


09.00 Terascale Simulation with Applications to High-powered Lasers and Material Science
Alice Koniges, LLNL, USA
09.45 Lattice Boltzmann HPC application in medical physics
Joerg Bernsdorf, CCRLE, Germany
10.30 Coffee
11.00 Numerical analysis of unsteady vortex flows in incompressible fluids
Albert Ruprecht, Stuttgart University and Stefan Borowski, NEC, Germany
11.30 Architectures and performance: A overview for a lattice Boltzmann Application
Peter Lammers, Universität Stuttgart, Germany
12.00 Control of turbulent boundary-layer flow using slot actuators
Ralf Messing, Stuttgart University and Frederic Svensson, NEC, Germany
12.30 Lunch
14.00 Towards peta-scale simulations in materials science
Thomas Schulthess, ORNL, USA
14.45 Echam
Luis Kornblueh
15.15 Coffee
15.45 Modelling of Reentry Nonequilibrium Flows
Markus Fertig, Stuttgart University, Germany
16.15 The Agulhas System as a Key Region of the Global Oceanic Circulation
Arne Biastoch, IFM GEOMAR, Germany
16.45 Linear Iterative Solver for NEC Parallel Vector Systems
Sunil Tiyyagura, Stuttgart University, Germany
17.00 Closing remarks and end