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The CUG conference survey is now available, it will close on May 17th. Once you complete the survey stop by the CUG office for your survey gift.
An online payment system is available for Conference Registrants who did not complete their payment during initial registration. It also provides a mechanism for completing or adding Guest Registration, and for XTreme SIG participants to complete registration.
The CUG 2012 Technical Program is posted including preliminary proceedings.
The CUG 2012 Best Paper Award is awarded to "Software Usage on Cray Systems across Three Centers (NICS, ORNL and CSCS)." Authors: Bilel Hadri and Mark Fahey (NICS), Tim Robinson (CSCS), William Renaud (ORNL).
The CUG 2012 Best Paper Finalist is awarded to "A fully distributed CFD framework for massively parallel systems." Authors: Jens Zudrop, Harald Klimach, Manuel Hasert, Kannan Masilamani, Sabine Roller (German Research School for Simulation Sciences GmbH and RWTH Aachen University)
The CUG 2012 Best Paper Finalist is awarded to "Porting the Community Atmosphere Model - Spectral Element Code to Utilize GPU Accelerators." Authors: Matthew Norman (ORNL), Jeffrey Larkin (Cray), Richard Archibald (ORNL), Ilene Carpenter (NREL), Valentine Anantharaj (ORNL), Paulius Micikevicius (NVIDIA), Katherine Evans (ORNL).
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
The High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) at the University of Stuttgart, Germany invites you to attend CUG 2012. The conference theme Greengineering the Future reflects the fact that Stuttgart is the capitol of Baden-Württemberg which is the place where most engineering innovations worldwide have been created. Making these innovations turn the world into a greener one is the key challenge of the future. The conference will be held at the center of Stuttgart at the Maritim Hotel from April 29 – May 3 2012.
HLRS was created in 1995 as a spinoff of the computing center of the University of Stuttgart. HLRS was Germany's first national HPC Center providing researchers from all over Germany with access to leading edge technology in HPC. Right from the start HLRS created a subsidiary together with Porsche and T-Systems to provide supercomputers to industry. Most recently we have established the Automotive Simulation Center Stuttgart (ASCS) pooling researchers, automotive companies, hardware vendors and ISVs for precompetitive research in automotive simulation. Today HLRS is the leading European center for computational engineering in research and industry. As a main partner in the European HPC framework PRACE it provides users all over Europe with the most recent HPC technology. Starting in 2011 HLRS will operate a 110.000 core Cray XE6 which will be upgraded in 2013 to an expected 500.000 core system.
CUG 2012 will be the forum for Cray users and developers to exchange their expertise, problems, and solutions. Participants will have the opportunity to share ideas and experiences, and meet key members of the Cray team. Social events will allow communicating in a relaxed atmosphere. A visit to the Mercedes Museum gives participants a view of 125 years of automobile development. From cars to stars!
In order to take advantage of the lower fee, we encourage you to register early. You will find all the necessary information about the venue and Stuttgart. Registration will be open by December 1, 2011.
Prof. Dr. -Ing Dr. h.c. Michael Resch
Local Arrangements Chair
Ms. Neriman Emre
Local Arrangements Coordinator