The Solid Earth and Geohazards in the Exascale Era conference would bring together some of the world's best minds in various branches of computational geosciences to jointly tackle challenges and issues of Exascale computing. Europe is making a huge effort in the strategic global race to Exascale, with large investments in the infrastructure and the application pillars (e.g. Centers of Excellence and national Competence Centers). In 2023 the EuroHPC Joint Undertaking will have deployed 3 Pre-exascale machines (LUMI, Leonardo and MareNostrum-V), and 2 Exascale systems will follow afterwards. From the point of view of science and services, this unprecedented pan-European infrastructure opens a myriad of possibilities but, at the same time, the transition is challenging and requires a joint effort from (geo)scientists, software developers, and data analysts.
The ultimate goal of the conference is to produce a consensual white paper defining the vision and a roadmap for our Community towards the Exascale era. In addition to the sessions, the conference programme also includes a series of master classes aligned with the 4 session topics to train early-career scientists.
Master classes will give the opportunity for PhD, MSc Students and early-stage post-doc researchers to present and discuss their research projects and results with senior scientists. Parallel master classes will be held the day before the formal opening of the Conference (day 0), each one gathering a maximum of 8 young researchers during a complete day of discussions and exchanges. Students will present their work in the morning (30 min presentation) while the afternoon will be devoted to interaction with the experts, discussions between students and experts, and debate among the students. Day 0 will close with a chill-out event.
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