PRACE ISC Award
PRACE, the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe, will award a prize to the best paper submitted to the ISC Research Paper Sessions and the PRACE Scientific Conference in one of the following areas:
- a breakthrough in science achieved through high performance computing;
- an algorithm or implementation that achieves a significant improvement in scalability or performance;
- a novel approach to performance evaluation on a massively parallel architecture.
The PRACE Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) will select the paper to receive the Award, which will be presented at the ISC Opening Session.
The winner of the PRACE ISC Award will receive sponsorship for participation in a training event, or a conference relevant to petascale computing, and will have the opportunity to give keynote talks on their work during the PRACE Scientific Conference on Sunday, June 16, 2013 and the Research Papers Sessions on Monday, June 17, 2013.
PRACE Scientific Steering Committee
From all papers submitted to the ISC Research Paper Sessions and the PRACE Scientific Conference, the PRACE Scientific Steering Committee (SSC) will select the best paper to receive the PRACE Award.
- Paolo Carloni, German Research School for Simulation Science (GRS), Germany
- Giovanni Ciccotti, University Roma, Italy
- Christoph Dellago, University Vienna, Austria
- Sylvie Joussaume, CNRS, France
- Richard Kenway, University of Edinburgh, UK
- Christian Lang, University Graz, Austria
- Ben Moore, Universität Zürich, Switzerland
- Antonio Navarra, CMCC, Italy
- Risto Nieminen, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland
- Modesto Orozco, IRB Barcelona, Spain
- Maurizio Ottaviani, CEA Cadarache, France
- Olivier Pironneau, University Paris VI, France
- Thierry Poinsot, Université de Toulouse, France
- Simon Portegies Zwart, Leiden University, The Netherlands
- Kenneth Ruud, University Oslo, Norway (Chair)
- Wolfgang Schröder, RWTH Aachen, Germany
- Christof Schütte, FU Berlin, Germany
- Luis Serrano, CRG, Spain
- Luis Silva, IST Lisbon, Portugal
- Joost VandeVondele, ETH Zürich, Switzerland
- Claudio Zannoni, University Bologna, Italy