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hpc.bw (dtec.bw): Seminar Series Computation & Data
25. Mai @ 16:00 – 18:00
Fakultät für Maschinenbau
High Performance Computing
I) Gerhard Wellein: Application Knowledge Required: Performance Modeling for Fund and Profit
Gerhard Wellein is a Professor for High Performance Computing at the Department for Computer Science of the Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) and holds a PhD in theoretical physics from the University of Bayreuth. He is a member of the board of directors of the German NHR-Alliance which coordinates the national HPC Tier-2 infrastructures at German universities. As a member of the scientific steering committees of the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre (LRZ) and the Gauss-Centre for Supercomputing (GCS) he is organizing and surveying the compute time application process for national HPC resources. Gerhard Wellein has more than twenty years of experience in teaching HPC techniques to students and scientists from computational science and engineering, is an external trainer in the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe (PRACE) and received the “2011 Informatics Europe Curriculum Best Practices Award” (together with Jan Treibig and Georg Hager) for outstanding teaching contributions. His research interests focus on performance modelling and performance engineering, architecture-specific code optimization, novel parallelization approaches and hardware-efficient building blocks for sparse linear algebra and stencil solvers.
II) Axel Klawonn: What can machine learning be used for in domain decomposition methods?
Prof. Dr. Axel Klawonn heads the research group on numerical mathematics and scientific computing at the Universität zu Köln. The group works on the development of efficient numerical methods for the simulation of problems from computational science and engineering. This comprises the development of efficient algorithms, their theoretical analysis, and the implementation on large parallel computers with up to several hundreds of thousands of cores. A special focus in the applications is currently on problems from biomechanics/medicine, structural mechanics, and material science. The research is in the field of numerical methods for partial differential equations and high performance parallel scientific computing, including machine learning.
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Philipp Neumann