Asia Pacific Research Platform


Andrew Howard

Jeonghoon Moon


OrganizationKISTI, NCI
Topic of Presentation/WorkshopPresentations
DescriptionThe key objective is to promote a vibrant and relevant HPC ecosystem in the Asia-Pacific. Delegates will be able to gain access to visionary insights from thought leaders in academia and industry, optimum networking opportunities, and the HPC community in the region. The agenda is to engage APAN members and ASEAN reps. towards the setting up an Asia Pacific Research Platform (APRP), to facilitate collaboration nationally, within the region and to become part of a Global Research Platform

Tuesday 4th August



0900-1000 – Country Update, Chair: Jeonghoon Moon

0900-0910 Welcome and Korea Country update – Jeonghoon Moon(KISTI)

0910-0920 SingaporeCountry update – Alvin Chiam(NSCC)

0920-0930 New Zealand Country update – Wallace Chase (REANNZ)

0930-0940 Malaysia Country update – Suhaimi Napis (UPM)

0940-0950 Introduction of Pakistan HPC environment(new country): Syed Asif Razar(Sukkur IBA Univ.)

0950-1000 Break and discussion

Session 2

(1000-1100) – Country Update & Technology, Chair: Andrew Howard

1000-1010 Australia Country update – Andrew Howard(NCI)

1010-1020 Thailand Country update – Chanpol Kongsute & Chaodit Aswakul(Chulalongkorn Univ.)

1020-1035 Science Engagement – Eli Dart(ESnet)

1035-1050 PRP and GRP update – Joe Mambretti(NWU) and Tom Defanti(UCSD)

1050-1100 Break and discussion

Session 3

1100-1200 – Technology, Chair : Jeonghoon Moon

1100-1115 KRP(Korea Research Platform) infrastructure and use case – Kihyeon Kim(KISTI)

1115-1130 Research Platform Technology – John Graham(UCSD)

1130-1145 CENIC Activities – John Hess (CENIC)

1145-1155 Subsea cable update – Yves Poppe(NSCC)

1155-1200 Wrap up and conclusions – Jeonghoon Moon(KISTI)


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