The ACAT workshop series, formerly known as AIHENP (Artificial Intelligence in High Energy and Nuclear Physics), was created back in 1990. Its main purpose is to gather three different communities: experimental and theoretical researchers as well as computer scientists to critically analyze past achievements and to propose new or advanced techniques to building better computing tools to boost scientific research, in particular in physics.
The 16th edition of ACAT will explore the boundaries of computing system architectures, data analysis algorithmics, automatic calculations as well as theoretical calculation technologies. It will create a forum for confronting and exchanging ideas among these fields and will explore and promote new approaches in computing technologies for scientific research.
Filippo Mantovani, coordinator of the Mont-Blanc project, will give the talk “High performance computing based on mobile processors” on Thursday 4 September at 10.40 h.