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JSC Guest Student Colloquium

01.10.2019 11:00 Uhr
02.10.2019 16:40 Uhr
Jülich Supercomputing Centre, building 16.4, Rotunda

Each year, JSC offers a 10-week guest student programme in summer. Within this programme, students with a major in natural sciences, engineering, computer science or mathematics have the opportunity to familiarize themselves with different aspects of scientific computing.

This year's JSC guest students will present their work in a two-day colloquium, followed by a keynote talk by Ingolf Wittmann from IBM.

Date: 1-2 October 2018
Venue: Jülich Supercomputing Centre, Rotunda, building 16.4, room 301

You are cordially invited to participate in this colloquium.

Agenda:  Guest Student Colloquium 2019 - Programme (PDF, 43 kB)


Tuesday, 1 October 2019:



Opening Remarks & Session I:

Lennart Klebl
Chebyshev Accelerated Subspace Iteration Eigensolver - A julia Implementation
Kristina Simeonova
Numerical Methods to Solve Two Real Parameter Non-Linear Eigenvalue Problems

12:10-14:00Lunch break & Coffee

Session II:

Jacob Beyer
MNIST Number Recognition - Using SNNs, Structural Plasticity and L2L
Chase van de Geijn
Measuring Network Uncertainty: Generalizing Bayes-by-Backprop Using Planar Normalizing Flows
Kyaw Lin Oo
Deep Reinforcement Learning with CULE

15:45Coffee break


Wednesday, 2 October 2019:



Session III:

Ali Baran Cengiz
Scalable Vector Extension on Arm-Based Architectures
Mahmoud Shoush
Polar Stratospheric Clouds Classification with Deep Learning

10:40-11:00Coffee break

Session IV:

Thomas Miethlinger
Application of HPX to Tiled GEMM and QR: A Benchmark
Janos Meny
MPI Enabled Tasking - An Asynchronous Communication Scheme for the FMM


Session V:

Maximilian Köhler
Pulsatile Inflow Boundary Condition for LBM and their Biomechanical Effects
Marcel Rodekamp
Simulating Carbon Nanostructures - Omelyan Integration with Mixed Precision Solver

15:10-15:30Coffee break
15:30-16:40Keynote talk:
Ingolf Wittmann - IBM Technical Director & Leader of HPC DACH & Europe
The Future of Computing