1st AICS International Symposium
- Computer and Computation Sciences for Exascale Computing -
March 11-12, 2011, Kobe JAPAN
Organized and Sponsored by RIKEN AICS


    RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science (AICS) was started July 2010 to promote the research and development for high-performance computing in Japan, and to be going to run the “K computer,” a 10-peta-flops supercomputer which will be operational in 2012. This research and development should not only be achieved by Japan but also with various international collaborations. The 1st AICS International Symposium will be held to kick off such international collaborations.

    AICS has eight research teams to cover the wide range of high-performance computing areas, computer architecture, system software, parallel programing language, quantum physics, quantum materials, computational chemistry, computational biochemistry, and climate modeling. In this symposium, eight researchers from the world corresponding to the AICS eight research teams are invited. Each of them is full of knowledge, experiments, and insights in his field.

    This symposium will have eight sessions to cover the eight research fields. Each session will have two talks, one by the invited speaker and another by the AICS researcher having the same research field. The symposium will run on two days, 11th and 12th March 2011.

    If you are interested in this symposium, we welcome you to join and enjoy the symposium.


    March 11-12, 2011 at AICS, Kobe, JAPAN




    Registration fee is free.

    Maximum number of participants is 100.

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