The NA-HPC Network is supporting the following events - network members are therefore eligible to apply for funding for these events.
- A Minisymposia on Scientific Software and HPC will take place during the 25th Biennial Numerical Analysis Conference, 25th to 28th June 2013, University of Strathclyde.
- Course on CUDA Programming on NVIDIA GPUs, July 22--26, 2013, University of Oxford.
- Xeon Phi: a many-core architecture for high performance computing, 28th November at 14:15, Lecture Theatre 1.4, Kilburn Building, The University of Manchester.
- Hartree Centre Workshop: HPC as a Service for Industry - 29th - 30th January 2013.
- Lecture - Correct and efficient GPU programming by Dr Anton Lokhmotov. ARM. 21st November 2012, 14:15 in Kilburn lecture theatre 1.4.
- LMS Computer Science Colloquium: Verification and Numerical Algorithms - Tuesday 13 November 2012, De Morgan House, London. Please click here for the event poster.
- High Performance Computing Directions and Implications for Simulation and Data Analysis, Kirk E. Jordan (IBM), 9th August 2012, The University of Manchester - Abstract - Slides
- Perspectives on Parallel Numerical Linear Algebra (PPNLA), July 18, 2012, The University of Manchester.
- Course on CUDA Programming on NVIDIA GPUs, July 23--27, 2012 - registration can be found here.
- Design by Transformation: Application to Dense Linear Algebra Libraries - Robert van de Geijn (UT Austin), 1st June 2012 at 2pm, The University of Manchester, Frank Adams Seminar Rooms. Slides.
- ASEArch workshop - Dynamic Execution and AutoTuning, The University of Oxford, April 5th 2012.
- Advances in High Performance Scientific Computing, The University of Manchester, January 16th 2012 - Workshop Report by Wojciech Smigaj.
- NAG Technical Seminar, 18th January 2012, The University of Manchester
- Advances in Numerical Computation: A Workshop in Honour of Sven Hammarling, University of Manchester, July 5, 2011.
- Advances in Model Order Reduction, University of Manchester, July 6, 2011.
- Course on CUDA Programming on NVIDIA GPUs, University of Oxford, July 25-29, 2011
- Desperately Needed Remedies for the Undebuggability of Large Floating-Point Computations in Science and Engineering.
William Kahan (University of California, Berkeley)
2pm Frank Adams Seminar Rooms, Alan Turing Building, The University of Manchester
- LMS Computer Science Colloquium
Tuesday 11 October, De Morgan House, London
- Linear Algebra Aspects of Solving PDEs with Random Data, The University of Manchester, 9th & 10th January 2012