Parallel-in-time integration is also represented with a mini symposium at the SIAM Annual Meeting 2018. This means that the topic will be/was present at three major SIAM conferences in 2018:
- SIAM Parallel Processing in Scientific Computing 2018 in Tokyo, Japan.
- SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra 2018 in Hong Kong, China.
- SIAM Annual Meeting 2018 in Oregon, USA.
Abstract submission is now open for the 7th Workshop on Parallel-in-time Integration, taking place from 2nd to 5th May 2018 in Roscoff, France.
Parallel-in-time integration present also at the SIAM Conference on Applied Linear Algebra.
The 7th workshop on parallel-in-time integration will take place in May 2018 in Roscoff, France.
Abstract submission is now open for the 6th International Workshop on Parallel-in-time integration.
Video animating Parareal provided by Adam Peddle.
Parallel-in-time integration was mentioned prominently in the recent SIAM News, see here.
Parallel-in-time goes Twitter.
A mini symposium about parallel-in-time integration with 8 talks will take place at the SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering 2017.
Successful 5th Workshop on Parallel-in-Time Integration in Banff, Canada.
Plenary talk by Beth Wingate on parallel-in-time at the 14th U.S. National Congress on Computational Mechanics.
Parallel-in-time integration was mentioned prominently in two reports by the European Exascale Software Initiative (EESI) last year.
Plenary talk by Beth Wingate on parallel-in-time at SIAM CSE 2017 conference.
For the next three workshops, Jülich Supercomputing Centre is providing travel support for PhD students working in the field of parallel-in-time integration methods.
Parallel-in-time integration is mentioned in the FETHPC Call Transition to Exascale Computing in Horizon 2020.
The proposal for a mini symposium on parallel-in-time integration at the SIAM Conference on Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing in 2016 in Paris was successful.
A report sponsored by the US Department of Energy on Applied Mathematics Research for Exascale Computing lists parallel-in-time integration as one of six future directions of research in model discretisation.
Plans for a proposal for a PINT mini symposium at SIAM PP 2016 in Paris.
The election for the scientific committee is now closed and the results available. As we had 7 candidates for 7 open positions, the outcome is not a big surprise. Nevertheless, the first election of a scientific committee will hopefully be an important milestone and help to successfully continue the PINT workshop series for many years to come.
The election for the scientific committee is open until July 3rd 2015, 4pm GMT.
Bylaws for the parallel-in-time workshop series.
Successful 4th Workshop on Parallel-in-Time Integration in Dresden, Germany.
There exists now an email list to help you send and receive information and announcements all around parallel-in-time integration. To join, simply send an email to parallelintime+subscribe[AT]googlegroups.com and wait for one of the moderators to approve your request.
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The 5th Workshop on Parallel-in-Time Integration will take place in November 2016 in Banff, Canada.
Version 0.2.0 of the PFASST++ library has been released. Check out PFASST++ for more info.
The 4th Workshop on Parallel-in-Time Integration will take place in May 2015 in Dresden, Germany.