Institute for Pure & Applied Mathematics Long Program
The Institute for Pure & Applied Mathematics (IPAM) has organized a Long Program Science at Extreme Scales: Where Big Data Meets Large-Scale Computing (12 September - 14 December 2018 ) to bring together leading innovators and pioneers from applied mathematics (scientific computing, optimization, data analytics, statistics etc.), computer science (HPC, data engineering, data analytics, visualization, imaging etc.) and various applications areas to catalyze the new, emerging field linking HPC with Big Data.
NOMAD’s Claudia Draxl of Humboldt University is an organizer of this Long Program which consists of an opening day, tutorials, a series of workshops, and a culminating workshop at UCLA’s Lake Arrowhead Conference Center. Claudia Draxl is also on the organizing committee of the related workshop on "HPC and Data Science for Scientific Discovery", which took place 15 - 19 October 2018.
During this event, Matthias Scheffler gave an invited talk on “When more data do not provide a better description” and Claudia Draxl gave an invited talk on “How FAIR are data repositories in materials science?”, both on Friday, 19 October 2018. Videos are available here.
NOMAD's Claudia Draxl on "How FAIR are data repositories in materials science", 19 October 2018