November 29, 2021 to December 3, 2021
Virtual and IBS Science Culture Center, Daejeon, South Korea
Asia/Seoul timezone

Session

Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research

Track 1
Nov 29, 2021, 5:20 PM
Auditorium (Virtual and IBS Science Culture Center, Daejeon, South Korea)

Auditorium

Virtual and IBS Science Culture Center, Daejeon, South Korea

55 EXPO-ro Yuseong-gu Daejeon, South Korea email: library@ibs.re.kr +82 42 878 8299

Conveners

Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research

  • Chang-Seong Moon (Kyungpook National University (KR))
  • Patricia Mendez Lorenzo (CERN)

Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research

  • Gordon Watts (University of Washington (US))
  • Marilena Bandieramonte (University of Pittsburgh (US))

Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research

  • Gordon Watts (University of Washington (US))
  • Marilena Bandieramonte (University of Pittsburgh (US))

Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research

  • Matthew Feickert (Univ. Illinois at Urbana Champaign (US))
  • Gordon Watts (University of Washington (US))

Description

This track includes topics that impact how we do physics analysis and research that are related to the enabling technology.

More information of the scientific programme: https://indico.cern.ch/event/855454/program

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Gene Van Buren (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Jerome LAURET (Brookhaven National Laboratory), Ivan Amos Cali (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US)), Dr Juan Gonzalez (Accelogic), Philippe Canal (Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (US)), Mr Rafael Nunez, Yueyang Ying (Massachusetts Inst. of Technology (US))
12/2/21, 11:40 AM
Track 1: Computing Technology for Physics Research
Oral

For the last 7 years Accelogic pioneered and perfected a radically new theory of numerical computing codenamed "Compressive Computing", which has an extremely profound impact on real-world computer science [1]. At the core of this new theory is the discovery of one of its fundamental theorems which states that, under very general conditions, the vast majority (typically between 70% and 80%) of...

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