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NI-HPC User Conference 2023

About this event

In 2019, Queen’s University Belfast and Ulster University established the Northern Ireland High Performance Computing (NIHPC) Facility ( with funding support from EPSRC. It is one of the nine Tier-2 HPC services in the UK and is a powerful facility for researchers to conduct largescale data analytics, simulation and optimization for some of society’s biggest scientific questions and challenges.

The conference brings together both existing and potential users of HPC in Northern Ireland, but will be of particular interest to users who are considering the transition of software and research to the facility to accelerate and improve their research. The current program has two keynote International speakers and a number of talks from users in neuroscience, neurotechnology, precision medicine, pharmacy, hydrogen safety and physics.

3rd Northern Ireland High-Performance Computing User Conference.

Queen's University Belfast

Tuesday, 7th November 2023. 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM.

9:00 Arrival and registration
9:30 Introduction welcome
9:45 Keynote 1
10:25 Coffee break
10:50 Talk 1
11:15 Talk 2
11:40 Talk 3
12:05 Talk 4
12:30 Lunch break
13:30 Talk 5
13:55 Talk 6
14:20 Talk 7
14:45 Coffee break
15:10 Keynote 2
15:50 Discussion panel
16:45 Concluding remaks


QUB - Riddle Hall

Map of the location of the Riddle Hall


To submit an abstract for a talk, contact Luis Fernandez Menchero. Deadline: 15th October 2023.

Send the abstracts in plain text (.txt), or rich text (.rtf) format, maximum 150 words. Optionally, you can also include a bio of the speaker, maximum 100 words.

Talks are programmed for 15 minutes of talk, plus 10 minutes for discussion.



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