The organizers are tasked with:
- Organizing participation of scientists form their respective countries, and liaising with other countries
- Defining the goals of the symposium, and taking care of having these goals taken into account
- Raising funds and taking care of local organization
Laurent Bochereau, Delegation of the European Commission
Alberto Devoto, Embassy of Italy
Robert Jeansoulin, Pr., PhD, Attaché for Science, Office for Science and Technology, Embassy of France
Christian Jorgens, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
Jean-Philippe Lagrange, Embassy of France
Debbie McCoy, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Kerry Norton, M.S., British Consulate-General
Masami Watanabe, Embassy of Japan
Thomas Zacharia, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The role of the scientific organizers is to:
- Identify, and when a list is consolidated, invite, the young scientists who are to take part (4 to 8 young scientists per country, except for the USA).
- Based on who these participants are, refine and make more precise / narrow the workshop theme(s)
Define how the workshop will be conducted in terms of sessions’ organization. The Monday morning will be devoted to a plenary session common to the 3 parallel workshops, the Wednesday between 10 a.m. and 12.30 p.m. to a common wrap up, while the Monday afternoon, Tuesday and early Wednesday morning are left to each team of organizers to shape.
Identify a keynote speaker to give a theme overview keynote on Monday morning.
Pr. Philippe d’Anfray, France, Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique & Agence Nationale pour la Recherche (delegation au calcul intensif), Professor University of Paris Nord
Dr. Mike Ashworth, UK, Head of Advanced Research Computing, Daresbury Laboratory
Franck Cappello, LRI Orsay, INRIA
Pr. Arndt Bode, Germany, Technischen Universität München
Tom Dunning, UIUC
Sverker Holmgren, Swedish N.I. for Computing
Pr. Thomas Lippert, Germany, Jülich Supercomputing Centre
Pr. Yvon Maday, France, Director of the Jacques-Louis Lions Laboratory, University of Paris (Pierre et Marie Curie)
Mirco Mazzucato, INFN, CNAF
Pr. Christian Saguez, France, Ecole Centrale, National Academy of Engineering, Chairman of. Ter@tec
Pr. Toshikazu Takada, RIKEN
Pr. Raffaele Tripiccione, Professor of Theoretical Physics at the University of
Florian de Vuyst, Ecole Centrale
Dr. Jeremy Yates, Department of Physics and Astronomy, University College, London
The steering and scientific committees will consolidate and review the mix of suggested participants, and invite participants to comprise the best combination for the symposium.