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20th May, 2020

Predicting the course of the COVID-19 epidemic in Poland

Sixth Virtual ICM Seminar in Computer and Computational Science One of the most promising approaches to predicting the possible scenarios of the epidemic is based on agent-based models. The idea of that model family is quite simple: reproduce the demographic and sociological structure of the society, and run the simulations of the disease spread throughout […]

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13th May, 2020

What Do We Know About Performance of Quantum Annealing Systems?

Dr. Catherine McGeoch will shed light on this topic at the fifth Virtual ICM Seminar in Computer and Computational Science. Quantum annealing (QA) falls within the Adiabatic Quantum Computing paradigm, which is a different approach to quantum computing than the more familiar quantum gate model (GM). The error models for open-system QA vs. GM are quite distinct, […]

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6th May, 2020

The next ICM VIRTUAL SEMINAR is just round the corner

SAVE THE DATE to Dr Simon Mutch’s lecture entitled HPC Simulations of the early Universe that is live on May 7, 2020 at 16:00 (CEST) Understanding the formation and evolution of the first galaxies in the Universe is a vital piece of the puzzle in understanding how all galaxies, including our own Milky Way, came […]

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27th April, 2020

Videos of Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2020: Day-1 have been released

Keynote lecture of Ziogas Alexandros Nikolaos on 2019 Bell prize winning computations of atomically-resolved nano-transistors as well as several invited talks on Artificial Intelligence, Physics, Astronomy and Cosmology, HPC in Africa or Muli- and Large Scale Modelling are now available on Supercomputing Frontiers Europe website. Recordings of DAY 1 of the Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2020 […]

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1st April, 2020

(Virtual) ICM Seminars in Computer and Computational Science

Augment Supercomputing Frontiers Europe annual conference as a weekly forum for exchange of ideas. ICM invites enthusiasts of HPC and all people interested in challenging topics in Computer and Computational Science to the First ICM Seminar in Computer and Computational Science. This coming Wednesday (1st April, 16:00 CEST). The event is free. ICM Seminars is an […]

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9th March, 2020

SCFE20 BECOMES A VIRTUAL GLOBAL CONFERENCE

This year, due to exceptional circumstances related to pandemic of coronavirus and special protection measures, the conference will be conducted as a virtual event. All of the lectures, as scheduled in our final program  will be held online, however we reserve the right to slightly modify program due to circumstance. Tutorials will be conducted in Warsaw in future […]

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19th February, 2020

“HUMAN MICROBIOME PROJECT: Big Challenges, Big Data, Big Compute” BY ROB KNIGHT, UC SAN DIEGO at SCFE20

Professor Rob Knight from the University of California, San Diego (Center for Microbiome Innovation and Departments of Pediatrics, Bioengineering, and Computer Science & Engineering), will be one of three keynote speakers during Supercomputing Frontiers Europe this March. His work has linked microbes to a range of health conditions including obesity, autism and inflammatory bowel disease, […]

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23rd January, 2020

PUBLICATIONS AFTER SCFE20 INDEXED BY SCOPUS

Selected papers (not proceedings) reviewed independently and separately by journal reviewers are published in the international open access journal Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations.  Starting in 2015, after five editions of the Supercomputing Frontiers conference, the Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations journal has published a total of 28 papers in seven issues. Here are the details.   Vol 2, […]

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13th December, 2019

SCFE20 CALL FOR PAPERS

Supercomputer Frontiers 2020 will be the sixth edition of the annual conference which run in Singapore in 2015-2017 and subsequently in 2018-2019 in Warsaw, Poland.

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