ETP4HPC Webinar - MeluXina, the EuroHPC system in Luxembourg



11am - noon CEST


MeluXina, the new EuroHPC petascale system of Luxembourg, will operate from May 2021. The machine is an ATOS BullSequana system, supported by the ParTec ParaStation Modulo software. The key sectors providing use cases for MeluXina are smart mobility, financial services, healthtech, industry 4.0, logistics and space.
You can get familiar with the installation process, including technical aspects in this webinar.




- 11:00  Introduction – Maria Toth, ETP4HPC and Hugo Falter, PARTEC

- 11:05  MeluXina - a new generation supercomputer – Valentin Plugaru, LuxProvide

- 11:30  ParaStation Modulo and the MSA – Thomas Moschny, PARTEC

- 11:45  Q&A – Hugo Falter, PARTEC

- 12:00  End



Valentin Plugaru is the Chief Technology Officer of LuxProvide. With over a decade of passion for all things HPC, he has worked as part of national and European HPC initiatives, helping shape the roadmap for the European HPC ecosystem and create Luxembourg’s first national HPC center and supercomputing platform. Today he is time-sharing between boosting LuxProvide's HPC, Data and AI capabilities, growing highly expert groups, and supporting the development of competencies networks, in particular through the EuroCC/National Competence Centers and CASTIEL projects .


Thomas Moschny has been working at ParTec since 2008, from 2013 as the Chief Technology Officer (CTO). He has a Diploma in Theoretical Particle Physics from the University of Wuppertal. From 2000 to 2008 he was a member of the group of Prof. Tichy at the CS Department of University of Karlsruhe (now Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, KIT), working on high performance communication software and parallel programming environments. In addition to the CTO responsibilities his main focus at ParTec now is on programming models and workload management topics of the Modular Supercomputing Architecture (MSA).



Hugo Falter  is Co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of  ParTec, a spin-off from the Computer Science Department of the University of Karlsruhe in 1999. Mr. Falter studied law in Regensburg and Munich. Together with a Munich law firm he specialised in bringing innovative technology companies to market. In the Munich law firm Frohwitter, Hugo Falter is responsible for the firm's subsidiary ParTec.





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