22.03.2021-23.03.2021

ADAC10

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Hotel Laudinella
Vacancies available
CHF 250.00
Due to the Coronavirus situation, in view of safeguarding participants' well-being, and of ensuring a relaxing atmosphere at the meeting, the ADAC9 Workshop Organizing Committee has taken the difficult decision to postpone the event originally scheduled in March 2020.

 

The ADAC Organizing Committee is pleased to invite you to save the dates for the next appointments on the ADAC agenda:

  • ADAC9: August 24-25, 2020 in Kingsport, Tennessee
  • ADAC10: March 22-23, 2021 in St. Moritz, Switzerland

The Swiss National Supercomputing Centre looks forward to welcoming ADAC10 participants   from March 22 to 23, 2021, at the Hotel Laudinella in St. Moritz, Switzerland.

Information on registration, accommodation, as well as an agenda of the workshop will be provided closer to the event days. 

About ADAC:

The Accelerated Data Analytics and Computing (ADAC) Workshop is an invitation-only meeting focusing on the theme “Utilizing Acceleration so that Data is on the Same Level as Compute.” The Accelerated Data Analytics and Computing Institute has been established to explore potential future collaboration amongst HPC centers. Consistent with their respective missions, the participants seek to collaborate and leverage their respective investments in application software readiness in order to expand the breadth of applications capable of running on accelerated architectures.

For additional information, please visit the ADAC website.

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  • Getting there
    • Rail

    Swiss Federal Railways

    Tickets can be purchased at any station and at Zurich Airport.

    Travel times:

    Zurich - St. Moritz 3h21min

    Milan - St. Moritz 4h50min

    Basel -St. Moritz 4h25min

    Munich - St. Moritz ~7h

    Innsbruck - St. Moritz 5h14min

    • Car

    You can reach the Engadin by car from anywhere in Switzerland, Italy, Germany or Austria. Please bear in mind that this is the heart of the Alps - please ensure you have a winter proof car and a driver who knows how to use it. 

    Travel distances and times:

    Zurich - St. Moritz

     

    200 km

     

    3 hours

    Milan - St. Moritz

     

    175 km

     

    3 hours

    Munich - St. Moritz

     

    280 km

     

    4 hours

    Basel - St. Moritz

     

    250 km

     

    4 hours

     If snow has fallen, crossing the passes is only permitted with snow chains or in 4x4 vehicles.

    The speed limit on Swiss motorways is 120km/h, and that of urban motorways between 60 and 100 km/h. There is a toll to pay (CHF 40) for the use of most motorways. The motorway Vignette is available for purchase at post offices, petrol stations and TCS offices (Touring Club Switzerland). Route planner.

  • St. Moritz at a glance

    St. Moritz is situated in the Engadin Valley at 1856 meters altitude. It is the place of birth of Alpine winter tourism dating back to 1864 and winter sports took its baby steps here in 1884.

    The quality of winter sports on offer in St. Moritz is outstanding – from the local mountain, Corviglia/Piz Nair, with its 100 kilometres of slopes, to the legendary Cresta Run and the only natural-ice bobsleigh track in the world.

    Be inspired by the Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus website with great sightseeing tips and information about places and points of interest in St. Moritz and surrounding areas.

    Engadin St. Moritz Tourismus
    Via San Gian 30
    T +41 81 830 00 01
    allegra@estm.ch