Tag: BSC

MaX: Contributing in Strengthening Europe Towards HPC Application @ 1st CoE Assembly

MaX-FocusCoE KO

The Materials design at eXascale (MaX) Centre of Excellence aims to allow the pre-eXascale and eXascale computers expected in Europe in the 2020’s to meet the demands from a large and growing base of researchers committed to materials discovery and design. MaX

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The path to materials design and beyond eXascale starts with the launch of MaX European Centre of Excellence (CoE)

December 2018 marks the launch of the European partnership project entitled: MaX – “MAterials design at the eXascale. European Centre of Excellence in materials modelling, simulations, and design” supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 project and funded under the

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MaX Hackathon

  12.07.2018 PROGRAM AVAILABLE HERE http://www.max-centre.eu/max-hackathon-program/ Follow our news from the Hackathon on our Twitter profile @max_center2     Hackathons: coding marathons that offer a huge opportunity to connect perspectives and propel targeted solutions. This is what we want to do from July

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MaX Siesta School starts today in BSC

A BSC-MaX co-organized School on the flagship code SIESTA is taking place in Barcelona from May 23 to 26, 2017.  The school is aimed at students and researchers from different disciplines who already use, or plan to use, SIESTA in

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SIESTA school by the European Centre of Excellence MaX

Target group: The school is aimed at students and researchers from different disciplines who already use, or plan to use, SIESTA in their work and who would like to understand its essential foundations and to learn how to apply the

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Developer workshop on new programming paradigms

Developer workshop on new programming paradigms: addressing the memory hierarchy challenge. The concept would be to use work that has been done during the MaX developments as base for  examples in the context of materials science codes, presenting also lessons learned and

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Siesta school on efficient DFT calculations using atomic orbitals

The target would be to offer an extended how-to of the use of Siesta, both for beginners and advanced users. The program would thus consist of both presentations of the Siesta developers and guided hands-on lessons. HPC aspects will be

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