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SeRC seminar with Paul F. Fischer
3 September, 2012 @ 17:10 - 19:00
Welcome to the first SeRC seminar!
We are happy to present:
Paul F. Fischer
Mathematics and Computer Science Division, Argonne National Laboratory, USA
who is going to discuss
‘PDE-Based Simulations at Petascale and Beyond’
Date: September 3, 2012,
- 17:10 Coffee and Sandwiches
- 17:30 Seminar
Location: Auditorium F2, Lindstedtsvägen 28, KTH Main Campus, Stockholm
After the seminar there will be time for mingle, and drinks and snacks will be served.
For abstract and more information see the announcement Seminar.pdf or webpage (which also includes a map)
The seminar is organized by the SeRC FLOW community, the Linné FLOW centre and KCSE (KTH Computational Science and Engineering Centre).
Philipp Schlatter, FLOW
Next Monday, SeRC organises its first seminar, with Paul Fischer (Argonne) as invited speaker. Paul has been an active person within the development of spectral-element methods and, in particular, the efficient parallelisation of these methods, scaling now up to 10^5 processors. I am sure he will give an exciting seminar.
Therefore, we would like to invite interested people from Uppsala and from eSSENCE to attend the seminar; there will be snacks and drinks being served as well. Please spread the information about this seminar!
Thanks a lot and best regards,
From: Olivia Eriksson [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] Subject: Reminder: SeRC seminar September 3 with Paul F. Fischer
Dear SeRC researchers and others interested,
Do not forget the SeRC seminar Monday next week, September 3, with Paul F. Fischer! He is a Senior Scientist in the Mathematics and Computer Science Division of Argonne National Laboratory who has been the recipient of the prestigious Gordon Bell price in HPC. For details about the seminar see below.
In connection with the seminar there will be time to mingle, and snacks, drinks and coffee will be served before and after. Please forward this invitation to anyone interested.
Hope to see you there,
Philipp Schlatter and Olivia Eriksson