This is the list of finished events(explanatory meeting). This list shows only events held in fiscal 2022.
14th JHPCN symposium
JHPCN, The Joint Usage/Research Center for Interdisciplinary Large-scale Infrastructure, operated by eight university centers that operate supercomputers, will hold a symposium again this fiscal year in the following manner.
From this fiscal year, JHPCN has newly launched a call for research project proposals in the two projects fields of “large-scale computational science” and “data utilization/data science” and is promoting much interdisciplinary research that cuts across computational science, computer science, and data science. The 14th JHPCN Symposium will be held in a hybrid format in order to widely share the latest results and plans for implemented projects, and promising projects, and to promote interdisciplinary research in the future.
Osaka University Cybermedia Center Information seminar for Research Proposal Based Use
In this seminar, we will explain an overview of Research Proposal Based Use, and how to fill out the application form. We will also hold a consultation meeting for those who are thinking about applying.
Support Program for Re-Challenging GPU
This program is for those who have given up trying to use the GPU installed in OCTOPUS and SQUID, and those who are having trouble performance when trying to use the GPU, and we are looking for programs (non-commercial) that are expected to be faster. We will take care of the program of those who applied at this center and provide tuning support with the cooperation of NEC Corporation the operating vendor of OCTOPUS and SQUID.
Performance tuning program
On Performance tuning program, we accept users program(un-commercial) and parallelize and optimize it for our large scale computing system.
Cyber HPC Symposium 2023
This symposium invites experts in the area of industry and academia who have worked on the research and development pertaining to high performance computing, high performance data analysis, metaverse, and digital twin and discusses the future and issues of academic research infrastructure whose core functions are supercomputing systems based on utilization examples of our large-scale computer system and trends of research and development.
The reporting meeting for the research proposal-based use (FY2022)
10, March, 2023, 1:30 p.m. - 4:55 p.m.
In this session, researchers will present their results obtained through the “Research proposal-based use”. People who are interested in research using large-scale computer systems and those who are considering applying for the “Research proposal-based use” in the future are welcome to attend.