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GOMPUTE USER MEETING 2017

The simulation and Data Intensive Fair

Best Western Plus Hotel Waterfront Göteborg, Gothenburg

25-26 April 2017

Gompute welcomes you to the annual meeting for the Simulation and Technical Computing. You will be able to learn about the latest developments in technical computing and share your simulation experiences. Various simulation experts will be delivering presentations about how HPC has helped their organizations. Workshops will also be available to help you improve your CFD simulations.

Do not miss this opportunity to discover today the world of tomorrow.

Keynote speaker

Supercomputing and Big Data at NASA, Dr. W. Phillip Webster.

Agenda

Tuesday April 25

08.00 – 09.00 Registration
09.00 – 10.10 Welcome and Keynote presentation

NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Supercomputing and Big Data at NASA

W Phillip Webster, Ph.D.

10.10 – 10.30 Gompute

The impact of HPC Cloud Computing: Lessons learned from the 1800s

Iago Fernandez

10.30 – 11.00 Refreshment Break
11.00 – 11.20 Gompute

Gompute 2017

Manuel Lopez Quiroga Teixeiro

11.20 – 12.10 Lenovo

Lenovo HPC: Delivering productive and trusted solutions for CAE workloads

Bhushan Desam, Ph.D.

12.10 – 12.40 GEA Process Engineering A/S

Driving Industrial Research with CFD- Atomization

Kristian Mark Ingvorsen

12.40 – 13.40 Lunch
13.40 – 14.10 ANSYS

Common Myths Debunked for Engineering Simulation in the Cloud

Wim Slagter

14.10 – 14.40 Delphi

Apply high resolution VOF-Level Set Large Eddy Simulation and  Highly Phase Contrast x-ray imaging to investigate the fuel injection primary breakup process

Pablo Lopez Aguado

14.40 – 15.10 Swedish Space Corporation

New fantastic possibilities when space and cyberspace are merging

Peter Haglind

15.10 – 15.40 Siemens Industry Software AB

Effective Data Visualisation

Christofer Warner

15.40 – 16.10 Refreshment Break
16.10 – 16.40 Intel

Fuel your insight

John Swinburne

16.40 – 17.10 SKF

Simulation & Optimization of Bearings HPC at SKF

Stefan Nilsson

17.10 – 17.40 DELL 

The Machine in Machine Learning

Paul Brook

17.40 – 18.15 IBM

High performance computing IBM nordic

Kristoffer Pettersson

Watson, Whats now?

Mikael Haglund

18.15 Refreshments
19.00 Dinner 

Waterfront Restaurant

 

 Wednesday April 26

08.00 – 09.00 Registration 
09.00-09.30 ABT

Applied CFD on human comfort and sustainable design

Dino van Deijzen

09.30 – 10.00 Refreshment Break
10.00-10.15 BETA Simulation Solutions

Model Set up and Analysis tools for Squeak and Rattle in LS-DYNA®

Stelios Seitanis

10.15 – 10.30 Dynamore Nordic

Scaling and performance of LS-DYNA

Daniel Hilding

10.30 – 11.00 GEPS-Techno

Optimisation of a passive anti-roll tank using OpenFOAM

Timothee Santagostini

11.00 – 11.30 Gompute

Thank you

Manuel Lopez Quiroga Teixiero

11.30 Lunch

Waterfront Restaurant

12.15 – 15.30 Workshops
15.30 Coffee

Workshops

Presenter: Holger Holthoff, Advisory Application Engineer

Content: Assessing Hardware Performance for CFD

The scope of the workshop is to advise CAE users on the impact of several variables to arrive at the optimum performance/choice like processor selection, network, storage, and middleware like MPI libraries etc. We will cover the CAE family in general not just OpenFOAM, explaining how crash, CFD, and CSM differs in system requirements.

 

Effective Data Visualisation

As engineers, we tend to display simulation results in a standardised way that is easy to share with colleagues in the same field.  How easy is it for others, less familiar with our methods or applications, to absorb the information that we share, and how much more might we learn if we looked at our own problems through a different lens?

In this one hour lecture and demonstration, we will show you how to create intuitive displays from 3D flow data through use of colours, lights, transparency and advanced rendering techniques.  We will discuss the value that this can bring, both in terms of front line engineering and in facilitating communication with your stakeholders.

Title: AI for Autonomous Vehicles, Robotics and Health Care

Presenter: Leif Nordlund. Deep Learning & HPC Business Development

Presenter: Eddy Gryvelius. Director, Automotive Business Development

Content:

– How its done

– Object detection and inference

– Failsafe ?

– Future technologies

Title: Intel® Omni-Path Architecture: The Path To Exascale

Presenter: John Swinburne, HPC Technical Specialist, Intel Corporation

Content: Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA), an element of Intel® Scalable System Framework, delivers the performance for tomorrow’s high performance computing workloads and the ability to scale to tens of thousands of nodes. This session will explore the underlying technology, share real world performance measurements and discuss the value proposition. Intel® will share insight into the Scalable System Framework initiative, highlighting the role of Intel® OPA as we move towards Exascale.

 

Title: OpenFOAM on POWER8® , building open systems for maximum application performance

Presenter: Kristoffer Pettersson

 

Working at scale.
Dell EMC experience with deploying at scale with a Hybrid cloud for HPC, Data Analytics & machine learning.

In this session we will take a closer look on the technology and decisions that went into Dell EMCs use of HPC, Data Analytics & machine learning to power it’s business.

We will be looking at how Data Analytics and HPC are coming together, and we describe how Dell EMC leverage use data for our recommendation engines and  Predictive Analytics/Machine Learning for our own supply Chain optimization.

You will have an opportunity to ask your questions to the experts as well as get some new ideas on how this rapidly evolving technology could support your business.
Presenter: Paul Brook

 

Registration

 

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Note: Gompute user meeting is free of charge.

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Free of charge for Industry and Academic attendees.

If your company prevents you to participate in a free event we can send an invoice to your company for the participation fee.

Full access to the entire conference included workshops. Free lunches, coffee breaks, mingle and three course dinner at April 25.

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