Computational and Simulation Sciences and eResearch, Annual Conference 2015

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February 10-13, 2015
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia

The Conference is to be held at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, located in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne, Australia, from 10-13 February, 2015.

CSIRO Computational and Simulation Sciences and eResearch are platform capabilities with many spin-off applications. The objectives of the annual conference and workshops are to:

  • Build a greater understanding within CSIRO of the potential contributions to research of computational and simulation sciences and eResearch.
  • Learn about international directions in computational and simulations sciences and eResearch.
  • Share knowledge and expertise.
  • Create networks of researchers who may work together to plan projects that develop CSIRO’s capability in computational and simulation sciences and eResearch.

The event will take the following order:

  • Tuesday 10th February, Workshops
  • Wednesday 11th February, Conference (Day 1)
  • Wednesday 11th February, Posterboard Session following Conference (pre dinner drinks & canapes)
  • Wednesday 11th February, Conference Dinner
  • Thursday 12th February, Conference (Day 2)
  • Friday 13th February, Workshops

Speakers

Neil Trevett, President of The Khronos Group, VP of Mobile Content at NVIDIA

A UK native, Neil has been awarded a joint BS from the University of Birmingham in both Electronic Engineering and Computer Science. Neil has spent 25 years in the 3D graphics industry starting in 1985, when Neil became the Head of Graphics Systems at benchMark Technologies. Over several years, he helped to guide the company through its evolution into DuPont® Pixel and then 3Dlabs® before its final acquisition by Creative®. Today, Neil stays busy serving as the elected President of the Khronos Group as well the Chair of the OpenCL™ Working Group. In his “free time”, Neil is the Vice President of Mobile Content at NVIDIA®, a position he has held since 2005.