[ThaiSC] Call for application: EU-ASEAN High-Performance Computing (HPC) School 2022
The EU-ASEAN High-Performance Computing (HPC) School is a one-week program for exceptional ASEAN researchers primarily at postgraduate level.
60 selected participants from all ASEAN member states will develop their skills in fundamental HPC technology and programming to access local and international HPC platforms with proficiency experts from Japan, Europe, and ASEAN.
By attending the school, students will also gain exposure to international collaboration opportunities in an EU-ASEAN context. On the last day of the program, students will be invited to an industrial event organized by Kasetsart University to meet potential employers from across the region.
• Tutorials on renowned supercomputers (Fugaku, Meluxina, Lumi)
• HPC programming techniques and performance optimization on supercomputer platforms, plus AI and machine learning.
• Presentation of ASEAN’s new supercomputer systems (NSCC, NSTDA)
• In-depth breakout session on one of three critical application areas: Life Science, Earth Science, Urgent Computing
• Excursion to NSTDA Supercomputers center (ThaiSC)
• Lecture by a Turing Laureate, Jack Dongarra
• Special talks on various HPC topics by invited lectures
• Industrial event (“job fair”), organized by Kasetsart University, on the last day of the program
Date and place
5- 10 December 2022 at Kasetsart University, Bangkok
Funding and Costs
There are no admission or tuition fees for the EU-ASEAN HPC School. The school will support participants with meals and accommodation
• Applicants must be citizens of ASEAN Member States
• Applicants should have relevant experience in HPC
• Applicants must have the means to travel to Bangkok, Thailand
How to apply
Apply on https://www.hpcschool.net/apply The deadline for application is 31 July 2022, 23:59 (+7 GMT)
For more information
Please visit www.hpcschool.net or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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