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2019-05-22

Date:
Tuesday, May 21, 2019 to Friday, May 24, 2019
Location

May 21- 24, 2019

Main Meeting Venue:Earth Sciences Building

2207Main Mall, UBC. V6T1Z4

Speaker Info:
Description

To avoid the worst consequences of climate change, the energy chain of the global economy must be drastically decarbonized. This exploratory workshop will build a greater dialogue between those in the mathematical sciences and the clean energy sector. The workshop will include: first-hand accounts of mathematical scientists working in clean energy projects, kind and gentle introductions to clean energy systems and mathematical tools, graduate student presentations, and panel discussions on topics such as challenges in clean energy. The goal of the workshop is to inspire interest in further exploration and to nucleate collaborations between mathematical scientists and practitioners in clean energy. Mathematical scientists with no previous experience in clean energy research are welcome.

 

Session Topics:

1. Wind

2. Energy Market Modelling

3. Water

4. Optimization

5. Solar

6. Storage and Distribution

7. Electrochemical 

8. Energy policy

For more information and registration visit Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.

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Speaker Info:
Jemmy Hu
SHARCNET
Description

This webinar is presented by SHARCNET, an HPC consortium that is part of Compute Ontario, one of four regional partners of Compute Canada. You do not need a SHARCNET or Compute Canada account to attend this session.

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OpenMP now provides a richer set of directives that capture a wider range of parallelization strategies. The newest version of OpenMP 5.0 standard contains many new features.

In this webinar, we will give a brief overview of the new features introduced in OpenMP 5.0 and the updates from 4.5 to 5.0. Many new features will be implemented in the upcoming GCC 9 and upcoming Intel compilers.

We will also discuss some new features which have already been implemented in Intel compilers available on Compute Canada systems.

How to Join the Webinar:

At the time of the session, click this link to join the videoconference:

https://computecanada.vidyocloud.com/join/mcrI8pNLfU

More Information:

For more information or to ask questions about this session, contact syam@sharcnet.ca.

 

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