Awards

For the support of young scientists four awards were kindly supported by the German Gauß-Allianz:

Best-Paper-Awards

Best Paper award Parallel Application

An Efficient High Performance Parallelization of a Discontinuous Galerkin Spectral Element Method
by Christoph Altmann, Andrea D. Beck, Florian Hindenlang, Marc Staudenmaier, Gregor. J. Gassner,  Claus-Dieter- Munz, Univ. of Stuttgart

Best Paper Award Theoretical Concepts / Programming

Impact of Variable Privatization on Extracting Synchronization-Free Slices
Marek Palkowski, West Pomeranian Univ. of Technology

The award is 250 Euro each and was be selected by the program committee.

Best-Poster-Award


Development of a GPU-accelerated MIKE 21 Solver for Water Wave Dynamics
Peter Edward Aackermann, Peter Juhler Dinesen Pedersen, Technical University of Denmark

The best poster award is 150 Euro. It was selected by the conference participants.

Best-Presentation-Award

The Parareal Algorithm for Multi-layered Parallelism
Allan S. Nielsen (co-authored by Stefan L. Glimberg, Allan P. Engsig-Karup, Jan S. Hesthaven), Technical University of Denmark

The best presentation award is 150 Euro. It was selected by the conference participants.


Travel support

We can grant travel support for young scientists. Please submit a letter of application until August 31 in pdf-form to info@multicore-challenge.org detailing your current status, your area of work, your motivation and possible cases of hardship (1 page maximum).  Travel support is kindly granted by the German Gauß-Allianz.