January 2023

Wednesday 4 11:00 WP3 meeting
Thursday 5 16:00 Executive Board meeting
Wednesday 11, 15:00 Implementation taskforce meeting
Monday 16 13th International Workshop on Polyhedral Compilation Techniques (IMPACT) in conjuction with the HiPEAC meeting in Toulouse, France
16-18 HiPEAC meeting in Toulouse, France
19-20 Strasbourg team visiting Bordeaux
Monday 23, 15:30 WP1 meeting
Wednesday 25, 15:00 Implementation taskforce meeting
Thursday 26, 10:30 WP2+6 meeting
Friday 27, 14:00 WP7 meeting

February 2023

Wednesday 1, 14:30 WP4+5 meeting
Wednesday 8 11:00 WP3 meeting
Thursday 9 16:00 Executive Board meeting
25 Feb - 1 March IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization (CGO) in Montréal, Canada
Monday 27, 15:30 WP1 meeting

March 2023

Wednesday 8 11:00 WP3 meeting
Thursday 9 16:00 Executive Board meeting
16-17 WP3+5 meeting, live in Berlin

April 2023

Thursday 6 16:00 Executive Board meeting

May 2023

Thursday 4 16:00 Executive Board meeting
21-25 International Supercomputing Conference (ISC'23) in Hamburg
24-26 5th openCARP User Meeting on Computational Modeling of Cardiac Electrophysiology, in Karlsruhe

June 2023

Thursday 8 16:00 Executive Board meeting
19-22 FIMH 2023 meeting, Lyon, France

July 2023

4-5 3rd MICROCARD Workshop in Strasbourg, France
6-9 International Congress on Electrocardiology 2023 (ICE 2023) in Sapporo, Japan

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Latest news

MICROCARD Periodic Report submitted

On 30 November we submitted the first of our two Periodic Reports to EuroHPC. This report covers the first 18 months of the project.

Ginkgo release 1.5.0

Version 1.5.0 of the Ginkgo library for sparse linear algebra on CPUs and GPUs was released. It includes several improvements relevant to the MICROCARD project.

Aslak Tveito to step down

Aslak Tveito, CEO of our partner Simula, will step down from his position in January 2023 to spend more time on research.

Simone Pezzuto to Trento

MICROCARD member Simone Pezzuto left our partner USI to become an assistant professor at Università di Trento. He will maintain a relationship with USI that allows him to stay with the project.

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