Slidecast from the PASC14 Conference

Almost 250 researchers flocked to the first PASC conference at ETH Zurich to take part in an interdisciplinary meeting on the use of high-performance computing (HPC) in computational science.

Here you can find the slidecast of the presentations given at PASC14:

Welcome to the conference, Thomas Schulthess (ETH Zurich / CSCS)

Weather and Climate modelling at the Petascale: achievements and perspectives; Pier Luigi Vidale (University of Reading, UK)

Big data, sparse information: Bayesian inference for large-scale models; Omar Ghattas (Center of Computational Geosciences, University of Texas at Austin, USA)

The Arrow of Computational Science, Petros Koumoutsakos (ETH Zurich)

Towards the development of wavefunction-based methods for materials modeling; Ali Alavi (University of Cambridge, UK)

Feedback, lineages and cancer, John Lowengrub (University of California at Irvine, USA)

Engineering for Performance in High Performance Computing; Bill Gropp (University of Illinois, USA)

HPC & The Inventor's Dilemma: Abandoing 20 years of Molecular Simulation Knowledge and Moving to GPUs; Eric Lindahl (SciLifeLab Stockholm, KTH, Sweden)

Plenary Closing, Piero Martinoli (Università della Svizzera italiana)