Prof. Xavier Bresson, NTU, Singapore
Tuesday, April 23, 2019, 12:00
- 13:00
B9, Hall 2
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In the past years, deep learning methods have achieved unprecedented performance on a broad range of problems in various fields from computer vision to speech recognition. So far research has mainly focused on developing deep learning methods for grid-structured data, while many important applications have to deal with graph-structured data.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow,
Thursday, April 11, 2019, 12:00
- 13:00
B9 L2 Lecture Hall 1
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Space-time conservation element and solution element (CESE) method is a unique finite-volume-type method for computational fluid dynamics (CFD). This approach has several attractive properties, including: (i) unified treatment of the space and time such that only one step is required to construct high-order schemes; (ii) a highly compact stencil regardless of the order of the accuracy; (iii) easiness of extension to any arbitrary shape of polygonal elements. Since its inception, the CESE method has achieved great success in different areas.
Speaker: Michele Linardi, Ph.D. candidate at Paris Descartes University
Tuesday, March 05, 2019, 17:00
- 18:00
Building 3, Level 5, Room 5209 (sea-side)
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In the last fifteen years, data series motif and discord discovery have emerged as two useful primitives for data series mining, with applications to many domains, including robotics, entomology, seismology, medicine, and climatology.
Alan Gara
Sunday, April 22, 2018, 08:00
- 17:00
KAUST
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The Intel eXtreme Performance Users Group meets in the Middle East for the first time 23-25 April 2018 (with a Welcome Reception on Sunday, 22 April) at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) on the shores of Red Sea.
Timothy Lanfear , Brent Leback
Sunday, February 18, 2018, 08:00
- 17:00
auditorium between B4 and B5
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The KAUST Supercomputing Laboratory is co-organizing with NVIDIA, a leader in accelerated computing and artificial intelligence, a full-day workshop on accelerating scientific applications using GPUs on Tuesday, February 20th, 2018 in the auditorium between buildings 4 and 5. 
Monday, February 05, 2018, 08:00
- 05:00
Conference Center Hall, B19 L3
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The age of "big data" is here: data of unprecedented sizes is becoming ubiquitous, which brings new challenges and new opportunities. With this comes the need to solve optimization problems of unprecedented sizes.
Monday, May 22, 2017, 08:45
- 05:00
B9, Engineering Science Hall, L2, Hall 1
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The PCCFD workshop will focus on cutting-edge research in the field of algorithmic development for CFD and multi-scale complex flow simulations.
Dr.H.C.Wolfgang Hackbusch
Monday, May 09, 2016, 08:00
- 17:00
B9, Engineering Science Hall, L2, Hall 1
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The Third Scalable Hierarchical Algorithms for eXtreme Computing (SHAXC-3) workshop will be held at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia on May 9-11. All talks will be held in the Engineering Science Hall (Building 9), Lecture Hall I.
Rio Yokota, Takayuki Aoki
Sunday, February 28, 2016, 09:00
- 21:00
B3 Room 5220
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The KAUST-GSIC Symposium on Hierarchical Solvers for Complex Flow Simulation is joint between the Extreme Computing Research Center (ECRC) at KAUST and the Global Scientific Information and Computing Center (GSIC) at Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan.
Sunday, May 04, 2014, 08:30
- 23:00
B9 Hall 2 Room 2325
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The Second Scalable Hierarchical Algorithms for eXtreme Computing (SHAXC-2) workshop will be held at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia on May 4-6. All talks will be held in the Engineering Science Hall (Building 9), Lecture Hall II (Room 2325).
Saturday, April 28, 2012, 08:00
- 16:00
KAUST
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The 2012 SHAX-C workshop focuses international expert attention on the prospects for the three great hierarchical algorithms of scientific computing: multigrid, fast transforms, and fast multipole methods. These methods are kernels in simulations based on formulations of partial differential equations, integral equations, and interacting particles – in short, they are scientific and engineering workhorses.