Events & Trainings

HPC workflows for scientific applications

Date: January 10, 2024
Location: Auditorium, BSC building, Barcelona (Spain)

Audience: scientific application developers, industry experts, software engineers, researcher of scientific applications, PhD students.

The workshop, titled “HPC Workflows for Scientific Applications,” seeks to unite scientists and industry experts across diverse scientific domains, including AI, cosmology, engineering, combustion, and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in order to raise interest in the HPC workflows developed within the project. This one-day event will also feature overview presentations with special emphasis on workflows of national competence centers in HPC as well as others from HPC centers of excellence such as CoEC, RAISE, EXCELLERAT and CEEC.

9:00-9:30hArrival and registration
9:30 – 10:00heFlows4HPC overviewRosa M. Badia (BSC)
10:00 – 10:30hDemo and hands-on about HPCWaaSJorge Ejarque (BSC)
10:30 – 11:00hCoffee break
11:00 – 11:30hPresentation about provenance with PyCOMPSsRaül Sirvent (BSC)
11:30-12:00hServices for industry and academia from the EuroCC network of Competence Centres in HPCOriol Pineda (BSC)
Carlos Teijeiro (SURF)
12:00- 12:30hHPC-enabling technologies for decarbonization of the power and transportation sectors: the Center of Excellence in CombustionDaniel Mira (BSC)
12:30-13:10Distributed SKA science-driven workflows at extreme scales : lessons from SKA precursors/pathfinders and next SKA challenges

First presentation | Second Presentation
Susana Sanchez (IAA)
Damien Gratadour (CNRS)
Jean Pierre Vilotte (CNRS-INSU)
13:10 – 14:00hLunch break
14:00 – 14:30hBridging AI and HPC in the Center of Excellence RAISEAndreas Lintermann (Juelich)
14:30 – 15:00hWorkflow Developments in EXCELLERAT P2 for the European HPC Strategy in EngineeringGregor Weiß (HLRS)
15:00 – 15:30hTowards a framework to integrating CFD and ML in heterogeneous supercomputersOriol Lehmkuhl (BSC)
15:30h – 16:00hDiscussion
16:00-16:30hConclusions and farewellRosa M. Badia (BSC)
Workshop agenda

BSC will run with the costs of coffee breaks, lunch & dinner for each workshop attendee. Therefore, all registered participants agree to renounce the corresponding per diem expenses.


Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC)
Auditorium, -1 floor
Plaça Eusebi Güell, 1-3
08034 Barcelona (Spain)


This in-person workshop is exclusively conducted face-to-face. Registration is closed now.

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