European supercomputing grid infrastructure

March 22, 2006

Brussels, 21 Mar 2006

The DEISA (Distributed European Infrastructure for supercomputing applications) consortium will hold a symposium entitled 'European supercomputing grid infrastructure' in Bologna, Italy, on 4 and 5 May

The event will provide a forum for discussion on scientific and strategic challenges in high performance computing, and on assessing the impact of DEISA on computational science in Europe.

Leading computational scientists from the UK, Italy, the Netherlands and Germany will discuss topics such as climate modeling; computational fluid mechanics; materials science and computational biology; quantum chromodynamics; space missions and cosmology; and supernova research.

Further information, including a full list of speakers

CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2005
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