TeamHPC Sponsors International Workshop on High Performance Computing for Nano-science and Technology (HPCNano06) - Nov. 13, Tampa, FL
First, I propose to double the federal commitment to the most critical basic research programs in the physical sciences over the next 10 years. This funding will support the work of America's most creative minds as they explore promising areas such as nanotechnology, supercomputing, and alternative energy sources. http://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2006/01/20060131-10.html
TeamHPC realizes the importance of this domain and continues to support academic researchers by providing our professional support and services in the HPC marketplace.
For the 2nd year running, TeamHPC is sponsoring the workshop through IEEE/ACM HPCNano06 in conjunction with SC'06. Bret Stouder, V.P. of TeamHPC, is a program committee member. The web site is: www.uiowa.edu/~nano/HPCNano06
Nanotechnology is an exciting field with many potential applications. Its impact is already being felt in materials, engineering, electronics, medicine, and other disciplines.
Current research in nanotechnology requires multi-disciplinary knowledge, not only in sciences and engineering but also in high performance computing (HPC) technology. Many nano-science explorations rely on mature, efficient HPC and computational algorithms, practical and reliable numerical methods, and large-scale computing systems.
This workshop offers academic researchers, developers, and practitioners an opportunity to discuss various aspects of HPC-related computational methods and problem solving techniques for nano-science and technology research.
TeamHPC, a division of M&A Technology, (http://www.teamhpc.com) specializes in High Performance Computing, and assembles and integrates all of its products in an ISO-9000: 2000 certified manufacturing plant. TeamHPC provides the unique opportunity of granting researchers access to their computational resources for benchmark and application testing before products are shipped. In carving new paths in the HPC market, TeamHPC also provides a 24-hour data center environment that allows researchers to host their computational machines at M&A Technology's headquarters in Carrollton, TX.
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