DOE Workshop on Applied Mathematics Research for Exascale Computing
August 21-22, 2013
American Geophysical Union (AGU)
2000 Florida Avenue N.W.
Washington, DC 20009-1277 USA
Only registered participants will be allowed to attend. There is very limited seating space at the workshop location, so registration will be handled on a first come, first served basis. We will need to work within the constraints of DOE conference policy, and so we expect that we will need to limit the number of DOE and DOE laboratory personnel to 40, with preference given to presenters. Due to space and cost considerations, we may not be able to accommodate more than two co-authors in multiple-authored papers.
Position papers are no longer being solicited as of 5:00 p.m. PDT on May 7, 2013.
Registration for the workshop is now open. Note that we are limited both in the number of DOE and DOE Laboratory employee attendees and by the size of the workshop location. Registration will be handled on a first-come, first-served basis. At this time, we cannot accommodate any more participants from the DOE laboratories.
The registration site is https://www.orau.gov/ExascaleMath2013/default.htm. There will be a $15/person registration fee to cover the cost of beverages at the breaks, which will be collected once your registration is confirmed. Please note that registration is a two-step process: if your initial registration is confirmed, you will receive a second email to collect the registration fee. Completing only the initial registration form does not guarantee a confirmed space at the workshop.
This workshop is for the applied mathematics community, organized by a group of experts from the DOE community. The goal of this workshop is to explore applied mathematics research opportunities that address the challenges of exascale computing. Additional information is available on the DOE ASCR Exascale Mathematics Working Group (EMWG)'s charter and in the ExaMath13 Call for Papers.
The tentative workshop agenda is available at here. The structure of the workshop is intended to stimulate productive discussions, and all attendees are expected to participate actively in these group discussions. The two-day workshop will be broken into a series of eight sessions with multiple talks in each session. Each talk will be allotted ten minutes, so authors are asked to prepare no more than 4-5 slides. Presenters are asked to be concise in addressing the main points of their position papers. The final 30 minutes of each session will be an open discussion with the presenters of that session serving as a panel.
Hotels and Meals:
The workshop will be held in the Dupont Circle neighborhood of Washington, D.C. There is no conference hotel, although there are several hotels in the immediate area. Meals will not be provided; there are many restaurants within walking distance of the AGU Building.