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Final EoCoE conference in Cyprus

Renewable Energy meets High Performance Computing: 
Final Conference of the Energy-Oriented Centre of Excellence

will take place the 17th and 18th of September in Cyprus. 
During this conference, the main EoCoE results both on application science and  HPC will be presented. 
We will also welcome a number of guest speakers from outside the project to have a broad overview of HPC for energy.
We are happy to invite you to participate to this event, so, please, register HERE!
Find accomodation and more information HERE
16th of September 2018: 21:00-23:00: Welcome drink. 
17th of September 2018: 
9:00-9:10: Prof Costas N. Papanicolas (CYI) - Welcome
9:10-9:20: Edouard Audit - (CEA) - Introduction
9:20-10:00: Steve Hammond (Computational Science Center at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory) - Driving Advances in Energy with High Performance Computing
10:00-10:30: Paul Gibbon (FZJ) - Overview of EoCoE application support activities
10:30-10:50: Massimo Celino (ENEA) - Materials for Energy
10:50-11:20: Coffee break
11:20-11:50: Henrik Madsen (Technical University of Danemark) - How to use AI and Big Data Analytics to Accelerate the Transition to a Fossil-free Society  
11:50-12:10: Zacharia Nicolaou (CYI) - How shortest-path algorithms accelerate weather-forecasting simulations
12:10-12:30: Julien Bigot (CEA) - PDI, a library to decouple applications from IO concerns
12:30-14:00: Lunch
14:00-14:40: Adel El Gamma (EERA) - The european energy research alliance 
14:40-15:10: Pietro Asinari (Politecnico di Torino) - Multiscale simulation of the thermal properties of materials for energy applications 
15:10-15:30: Herbert Owen (BSC) - Computational Fluid Dynamics for Wind Energy
15:30-16:00: Coffee break
16:00-16:40: Mathieu Lobet (CEA) - High-Performance Computing at Exascale: challenges and benefits
16:40-17:00: Yvan Notay (ULB) - The AGMG solver in EoCoE application codes 
17:00-17:20: Matthew Wolf (UBAH) -Meso-scale modelling of charge transport in halide perovskites
17:20-17:40: Sebastian Lührs (FZJ) - Parallel I/O: Benchmarking and common pitfalls
17:40-18h10: Steve Lisgo (ITER) - Systems Analysis with Artificial Intelligence based Planet Gamification
20:00: Social dinner
18th of September 2018: 
9:00-9:40: Jean Jacquinot (ITER) - HPC needs on the path to controlled magnetic Fusion energy production
9:40-10:00: Yanick Sarazin (CEA) - Critical outcomes of turbulence and transport simulations towards ITER relevant regimes
10:00-10:20: Bibi Naz (FZJ) - Continental-scale high resolution terrestrial hydrologic modeling over Europe 
10:20-10:40: Jonas Berndt (FZJ) - On the predictability of extreme wind and pv power forecast errors -an ultra large ensemble approach
10:40-11:10: Coffee break
11:10-11:40: Julien Harou (University of Manchester) - Water-Energy system simulation for infrastructure investment analysis
11:40-12:00: Slavko Brdar (FZJ) - Performance evaluation of various accelerator enabled linear algebra libraries and booster architectures through MiniApps
12:00-12:20: Giorgio Giorgiani (CEA) - Advanced numerical methods for plasma-edge simulations in tokamaks
12:20-14:00: Lunch
14:00-14:40: Jesus Labarta (BSC) - Best practices on code profiling
14:40-15:10: Guido Huysmans (CEA) - Simulations of magnetohydrodynamic instabilities and their control for ITER
15:10-15:30: Hervé Guillard (Inria) - Flux aligned mesh generation for tokamaks
15:30-16:00: Coffee break
16:00-16:20: Jeff Cumpston (FZJ) - Formulation for Optimization under Uncertainty
16:20-17:40: Urs Aeberhard (FZJ) - Computational characterization of passivated contacts for silicon solar cells 
17:40-17:00: Andrea Galletti (Trento University) - Modeling hydropower production in the Italian Alpine region: statistical vs physically-based approach
17:00-17:20: Matteo Valentinuzzi (CEA) - Hybrid kinetic-fluid modeling of neutral particles for ITER plasmas

EoCoE is a European Horizon 2020 funded project of Centre of Excellence in computing applications. It is designed to enhance numerical simulation efficiency in the international context of the High Performance Computing (HPC) challenges. It focusses its application scope towards low carbon energy domains.

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