Most of the workshops I participate in are just “out-of-the-box” events organised under the umbrella of conferences. Every now and then, I however maintain a dedicated workshop page hosting more info than the standard speaker-abstract tuple. You find this info here.
We will host an ExaHyPE 2 user workshop in October 2020.
SIAM CSE 21 is the next large conference I plan to join.
As soon as things are (more or less) back to a (virtual) normal, I’ll also continue to organise the Durham HPC meeting. For the time being, you might want to browse through the item in the menu for a selection of past workshops (workshop archive) for which we had set up dedicated webpages.
Besides the workshops, I write (again only occasionally) reports on workshop outcomes. I try to inject them into “mainstream”ish media, but at least I make them available here. These reports are not peer-reviewed in a classic sense or went into a journal. They are pieces of my own opinion and express my view of the world.
Sheffield GPU Hackathon. We ported the ExaHyPE engine onto GPUs, but this was by no means a smooth ride. Therefore, I decided to summarise some of our key observations in a brief report.
Societa Italiana di Fisica to the International School of Physics “Enrico Fermi” Big Data Workshop. I presented some of my work orbiting around communication-avoiding techniques (though not in a classic LA sense) to a bunch of PhD students. Later on, I summarised these thoughts in the above report. It was supposed to become part of a longer report collection, but I think that one never materialised unfortunately. Anyway, the report remains a good summary of quite a lot of work (and its context) that I’ve done over the past decade.