DEISA PRACE Symposium (11-13 May, 2009)

- Kostas Glinos (EC): e-infrastructure: EC perspective
- Abani K. Patra (NSF, USA): Supporting Computational Discovery at Scale – (Managing Complexity)^4
- Ryutaro Himeno (RIKEN, Japan): Japan’s Next-Generation Supercomputer R&D Project and Grand Challenges in Life Science
- Horst Simon (DoE, NERSC, US): Science Drivers, Current HPC Software Development Plans for the USA
- Ben Evans (ANU-SF and NCI National Facility, Australia): Toward Petascale Computing in Australia
- Vladimir Voevodin (MSU, Russia): MSU Petascale Facilities and Perspectives for HPC Infrastructure in Russia
- Peter Coveney (Life Sciences, UK): DEISA-PRACE & The Virtual Physiological Human

- Maria F. Ramalho (EC): e-infrastructure: The European HPC service
- Achim Bachem (PRACE): PRACE – On the way to a persistent European high-end computing service
- Stefan Heinzel (DEISA): Towards a European HPC Infrastructure for Petaflop Applications DEISA and its contributions
- John Towns (TeraGrid, NCSA, US): TeraGrid and the Path to Petascale

- Sylvie Joussaume (Climate Research, France): High-performance computing for climate modelling
- Frank Jenko (Fusion Research, DE): Extreme computing in support of ITER
- Carlos Frenk (Cosmology, UK): Simulating cosmic evolution

- Aad van der Steen (NCF, the Netherlands): Directions in HPC Technology
- Mark Bull (EPCC, UK): A Survey of HPC Systems and Application in Europe
- Timothy Stitt (CSCS; Switzerland): Towards a European HPC Training and Education Infrastructure for Petascale Computing

- Harm Jonker (Weather and Climate Research, the Netherlands): PINNACLE: Pinning down the growth-rate law of Atmospheric Convective Boundary Layers
- Hans-Joachim Bungartz (Engineering, Germany): Efficient Algorithmic Approaches for Flow Simulations on Cartesian Grids
- Hannu Häkkinen (Materials Science, Finland): Golden superatoms and quantum dots

- QCD Breakthrough 2008: Zoltan Fodor (Germany): The origin of the mass of the visible Universe
- Rosa Dominques-Tenreiro (Astrophysics, Spain): Modeling Galaxy Formation in the Universe: the Need for Supercomputing
- Jean-Philippe Laval (Engineering, France): Direct Numerical Simulations of converging-diverging channel flow
- Michele Migliore (Computational Neuro Sciences, Italy): Large-scale simulations of the olfactory bulb

- Matthias Krack (Materials Science, Switzerland): Extending the time and length scale of ab-initio molecular dynamics simulations
- Luís O. Silva (Plasma Physics, Portugal): Laser Plasma Accelerators towards the energy frontier with transformative simulations
- Rainer Spurzem (Astrophysics, Germany): From Newton to Einstein – relativistic dynamics of black holes in dense star clusters

- David van der Spoel (Comput. Bio Sciences, Sweden): Large Scale Biomolecular Dynamics Simulations