On 20th May 2019 the “Big Computing for Smaller Entities” workshop will take place as part of the international project Baltic Large Scale Computing, coordinated by the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology. BalticLSC is an Interreg BSR project dedicated to solve the issue of smaller companies and institutions suffering from the lack of proper access to super computing resources and necessary expertise to use them in the Baltic Sea region.
When: Monday, 20/05/2019, 9:00 – 17:00 (possible additional date in May)
Where: Warsaw University of Technology
Registration until: 10/05/2019
Confirmation of participation: 13/05/2019
The cost of participation: free
Who are the workshops for?
Workshops are for everyone interested in creating innovative products and services that require advanced data processing or interested in providing computing power.
- Are you a small company, independent research center, startup, innovator, student or scientist?
- Would you like to use complex data processing for your daily activities, but you lack knowledge, competences and/or resources to fully embrace it? Maybe your company has periodic overcapacity?
- Maybe you design data processing algorithms that you would like to share with others? Maybe you have an idea for an innovative way to analyze and data process?
If you answer “yes” to any of the above questions, it means that these workshops are certainly for you.
What’s in it for me?
- Possibility of establishing cooperation with a large international project that supports innovative units.
- Possibility to influence the shape of the BalticLSC.eu system and adapt its functionality to your own needs for data processing.
- Priority in getting free access to the BalticLSC.eu system.
- Priority in access to free training in creating applications for processing
Michał Śmiałek – BalticLSC consortium coordinator and experienced practitioner, academic lecturer and trainer in the field of software engineering. He is the author of several books, over 100 articles and conducted several thousand hours of training for the industry.
Bartosz Sawicki – the head of the team implementing the BalticLSC system, has extensive experience with the scope of security of IT systems and large engineering calculations. He is the author of several dozen articles and an experienced lecturer.
8:30 – Registration of participants and welcome coffee
9:00 – Admission and welcome of participants
9:15 – High-performance computing in commercial applications (Bartosz Sawicki, Warsaw University of Technology)
9:45 – BalticLSC: big computing for smaller entities (Michał Śmiałek, Warsaw University of Technology)
10:15 – Coffee break
10:45 – A case study of system usage (presentations by participants)
11:30 – Short presentation of available computational resources (presentations of participants)
12:15 – Lunch break
13:15 – Moderated discussion: “The computational needs of small enterprises?”
14:45 – Coffee break
15:15 – Moderated discussion: “How to sell and buy computing power?”
16:45 – Summary
Participation in the workshop is free of charge. Participants from outside Warsaw, who will prepare short presentations, we offer the possibility of applying for reimbursement of travel and accommodation costs. Please register by:
- Filling out the form on the website: https://www.balticlsc.eu/survey/, and then
- Send an email to: Małgorzata Kruszewska <email@example.com>
We reserve the right to invite selected participants. The number of places is limited. We will ask each of the participants to prepare a short presentation (5-10 minutes, 5 slides) showing their resources and / or cases to which you would like to use our system.
About the BalticLSC project
Baltic Large-Scale Computing (BalticLSC) is an Interreg BSR project dedicated to solve the issue of smaller companies and institutions suffering from the lack of proper access to super computing resources and necessary expertise to use them in the Baltic Sea region.
The project is implemented as part of the EU Interreg Baltic Sea Region Program and is partially co-financed from the European Regional Development Fund. The coordinator of the project is the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Warsaw University of Technology. The project runs from January 1, 2019 to September 30, 2021.
For more details, please visit our website: www.balticlsc.eu.