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PRACEdays15 will be held at the AVIVA Stadium in Dublin from 26 to 28 May 2015. On 25 and 26 May two satellite events will take place, focussing on Exascale European projects and on Women in HPC. The PRACEdays15 conference programme is packed with high-level international keynote speakers, including a talk by RIST, Japan, and many parallel sessions dealing with different HPC topics in science and industry. Back-to-back EESI2 will hold its final conference on 28 and 29 May.
One of the main highlights of the conference will be a keynote speech by Masahiro Seki, president of the Research Organization for Information Science and Technology (RIST), Japan.
Six talks by renowned researchers from science and industry will underline the theme of the conference “enable science foster industry”. This theme will be further explored in 12 parallel talks during the second day of the conference. A panel session entitled “Science and Industry: Partners for Innovation” and moderated by Tom Wilkie of Scientific Computing World, will conclude the conference.
Participants to PRACEdays15 will have the opportunity to attend two satellite events – one on Exascale and one on Women in HPC – as well as the EESI2 Final Conference, free of charge.
Further information, the conference schedule and registration link can be found here: http://www.prace-ri.eu/pracedays15/
Welcome to PRACEdays15, welcome to Dublin!
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