Confirmed Invited Speakers

The following is the list of currently confirmed speakers at CSC 2013.
(This list is regularly updated)

  • Andreoni Wanda, EPF Lausanne, Switzerland
    Large-scale simulations in chemistry and materials science: disclosing hidden reaction pathways on the nanoscale
  • Bali Gunnar S., University of Regensburg, Germany
    The proton: where is its mass, where is its spin?
  • Carlsson Mats, University of Oslo, Norway
    Physics of the Solar Chromosphere - results from recent large scale simulations
  • Chatelain Philippe, Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium
    Vortex methods: from fundamental to industry problems, through HPC
  • Cournia Zoe, Academy of Athens, Greece
    Computer modeling of biomolecules
  • Daskalakis Evangelos, Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus
    Phase transitions of large water clusters in the presence of Glyoxal, its Secondary Organic Aerosol Products and CO2
  • Filipe Hugo, University of Coimbra, Portugal
    Following amphiphilic molecules on their way through lipid membranes
  • Gropp William, University of Illinois, USA
    Challenges for Multiphysics Simulations at Extreme Scale
  • Hamad Bothina, Jordan University, Jordan
    Catalytic oxidation of carbon and nitrogen monoxides on transition metal surfaces: Ab initio calculations
  • Johnson Chris, Edinburgh University, UK
    PRACE DECI (Distributed European Computing Initiative) Overview
  • Kalisperis Loukas N., Penn State University, USA
    Designing Visualization
  • Kalus Rene, Technical University of Ostrava, Czech Republic
    Non-adiabatic molecular dynamics. A case study on rare-gas cluster cations
  • Hejazialhosseini Babak , ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Computational Science for Scientific Discovery and Predictive Modelling
  • Koutsou Giannis, The Cyprus Institute, Cyprus
    Hadron Structure in latttice QCD
  • Kroes Geert-Jan, Leiden University, The Netherlands
    Towards chemical accuracy for methane reacting on metal surfaces
  • Kronik Leeor, Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
    Fundamental and optical gaps from density functional theory
  • Kunz Martin, University of Geneva, Switzerland
    The Universe in a box: Simulations of cosmic strings
  • Lapenta Giovanni, Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium
    Energy lifecycle in space and astrophysics: a massively parallel HPC approach from petascale to exascale
  • Lindhal Erik, Stokholm University/KTH, Sweden
    Petascale & exascale molecular simulation: Evolutions & revolutions
  • Lippert Thomas, Julich Supercomputing Centre, Germany
    Exascale in Europe
  • Papadopoulos Manthos, The National Hellenic Research Foundation, Greece
    Design of novel photonic materials
  • Reviere Catherine, PRACE, Belgium
    PRACE: A strategic research infrastructure to foster European Competitiveness
  • Schröder Wolfgang, RWTH Aachen University, Germany
    Human Computational Fluid Dynamics: Analysis of Nose Flow
  • Schuette Christof, Free University of Berlin, Germany
    Computational Biology
  • Seidel Edward, NCSA, University of Illinois, USA
    How Paradigm Shifts in Research Drive Integrated Approaches to Computing and Data Environments
  • Towns John, NCSA, University of Illinois, USA
    Exascale in US
  • Urbach Carsten, University of Bonn, Germany
    Lessons from tuning lattice QCD algorithms on modern supercomputers
  • Varghese Aniyan , European Commission, Belgium
    High Performance Computing in Horizon 2020
  • Vidale Pier Luigi, National Centre for Atmospheric Science, UK
    Weather and Climate modelling at the Petascale: achievements and perspectives
  • White Simon, Max Planck Institute for Astrophysiscs, Germany
    Large-scale simulation of the formation and evolution of the galaxy population
  • Wernli Heini, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    Simulations of the climate system: process understanding and future predictions