Sabine Richling, Martin Baumann and Vincent Heuveline (Eds.)
Proceedings of the 3rd bwHPC-Symposium
The bwHPC-Symposium is an annual event within the concept for high performance computing in Baden-Württemberg (bwHPC). The focus is on the presentation of the progress and the results of scientific computing projects. In addition, the event also provides the opportunity for an active dialogue between users, the bwHPC service providers and the bwHPC support teams. The present conference volume includes articles of lectures and posters from the 3rd bwHPC-Symposium, which took place on October 12, 2016 in Heidelberg.
Sabine Richling is a research associate at the Heidelberg University Computing Centre (URZ) with focus on data intensive and energy efficient computing.
Martin Baumann is the head of the service unit "Future IT - Research & Education" (FIRE) at the Heidelberg University Computing Centre (URZ). This service unit develops and provides IT services for science, e.g. for high-performance computing, for storage of large scientific data, and for scientific visualization.
Vincent Heuveline is the Director of the Heidelberg University Computing Centre (URZ). As full professor at Heidelberg University he leads the Engineering Mathematics and Computing Lab (EMCL) under the roof of the Interdisciplinary Centre for Scientific Computing (IWR). Furthermore, he is the group leader of the research group “Data Mining and Uncertainty Quantification” at the Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS gGmbH).