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International Workshop on
Eigenvalue Problems: Algorithms; Software and Applications, in Petascale Computing
March 7-9, 2014
Tsukuba International Congress Center EPOCHAL TSUKUBA, Tsukuba-city, Japan
Goal of workshop
The goal of EPASA2014 is to bring together leading researchers in the numerical solution of matrix eigenvalue problems to discuss and exchange ideas on state-of-the-art algorithms, software and applications in petascale computing. The workshop also aims to create an international community for researchers in eigenvalue problems.
The workshop offers an exciting program including 22 distinguished plenary speakers and poster sessions in the three-day program (March 7 to 9, 2014). The focus is on recent developments in parallel eigensolvers, its theoretical analysis, software and their applications.
EPASA2014 is supported by the JST CREST project “Development of an Eigen-Supercomputing Engine using a Post-Petascale Hierarchical Model“. The aim of the project is to develop a massively parallel eigensolver for post-petascale machines with hierarchical parallel structure. The solver is based on algorithms designed to address challenges for conventional methods, such as scalability and fault tolerance. For more details on the project, please refer to the project web page.
We welcome attendance of all researchers and practitioners interested in eigenvalue problems. If you wish to attend the workshop and require further information such as accommodation, transportation and visa requirements, please feel free to contact a local committee member.
- Mathematical theory
- eigenvalue computation
- numerical linear algebra
- communication-avoiding algorithms
- fault-tolerant algorithms
- massively parallel computation
- many-core and GPU
- performance modeling
- automatic performance tuning
- Application and software development
A satellite workshop for an application field (nano simulations) will be also held:
“Current Topics in Nano Simulations (CT-NanoSim2014)”
March 10, 2014, University of Tsukuba.