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|December 5, 2017||310 €|
|December 28, 2017||340 €|
|January 20, 2018||370 €|
|February 12, 2018||400 €|
|March 7, 2018||430 €|
|March 30, 2018||460 €|
|Regular registration||490 €|
|On site registration||520 €|
|UPV/EHU and CSIC staff: 150€|
|Bachelor and Masters students: 260 €|
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520 Euro: Full
150 : UPV/EHU and CSIC staff
260 : Bachelor and Masters students
free: (only organizers and local staff)
Please select 8 courses you would tentatively like to attend. (This selection is only for organizational purposes and nonbinding for you.)
Srinivas Aluru (Georgia Institute of Technology), [intermediate] High Performance Computational Biology
David A. Bader (Georgia Institute of Technology), [introductory/intermediate] Massive-scale Graph Analytics
Ümit V. Çatalyürek (Georgia Institute of Technology), [introductory/intermediate] HPC Graph Analytics
Alan Edelman (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), [introductory] Julia, with an introduction to Performance and Machine Learning
Richard Fujimoto (Georgia Institute of Technology), [intermediate] Parallel Discrete Event Simulation
Timothy C. Germann (Los Alamos National Laboratory), [intermediate] HPC Frontiers in Computational Materials Science and Engineering
Lennart Johnsson (University of Houston), [introductory/intermediate] Energy Efficient Computing
Alfio Lazzaro (University of Zurich), [introductory/intermediate] Code Performance Optimizations
Andrew Lumsdaine (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory), [intermediate/advanced] Modern C++ for High-performance Computing
Madhav Marathe (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), [introductory/advanced] Massively Interacting Bio-social Systems: Pervasive, Personalized and Precision Analytics
Frank Mueller (North Carolina State University), [introductory/intermediate] How to Parallelize Your Code: Taking Stencils from OpenMP to MPI, CUDA and TensorFlow
Adrian Sandu (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University), [introductory/intermediate] Revealing Parallelism: How to Decompose your Problem into Concurrent Tasks
Vivek Sarkar (Georgia Institute of Technology), [introductory] Fundamentals of Parallel, Concurrent, and Distributed Programming
Marc Snir (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), [introductory] Programming Models and Run-times for High-Performance Computing
Josep Torrellas (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), [intermediate/advanced] Parallel Computer Architecture Concepts
Todd J. Treangen (University of Maryland, College Park), [intermediate] Metagenomic Assembly and Validation
Elena Vataga (University of Southampton), [introductory] Hands-on Introduction to HPC for Life Scientists
Uzi Vishkin (University of Maryland, College Park), [introductory/intermediate] Parallel Algorithmic Thinking and How It Has Been Affecting Architecture
David Walker (Cardiff University), [intermediate] Parallel Programming with OpenMP, MPI, and CUDA
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