Scientific Computing in the Americas: The Challenge of Massive Parallelism

Scientific Computing in the Americas: the challenge of massive parallelism
3–14 January 2011, Valparaiso, Chile

Funding will be awarded to 30 graduate students and postdocs to attend this institute, thanks to NSF award OISE-1036435.  Applications will be received online until October 1st. 2010.

Additional support provided by the hosts, Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, and sponsors to-be-announced.

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