The table below shows a list of the STSM grants allocated in NESUS COST Action in the third grant period.
|NAME OF THE APPLICANT||TOPIC||WG||HOME INSTITUTION||NAME OF THE HOST||HOST INSTITUTION||TECNICAL REPORT|
|Estefania Serrano||Exploring a distributed and scalable iterarative CT reconstructor.||4,6||Universidad Carlos III of Madrid,Leganes(ES)||Roel Wuyts||IMEC. Leuven -Berlgium (BE)||Exploring a distributed and scalable iterarative CT reconstructor|
|Maria Barreda Vaya||Analysis of Communication-Avoiding Techniques in Task-Parallel Iterative Solvers with Preconditioning||5||Universitat Jaume I. Castellon de la Plana, Spain (ES)||Laura Grigori||INRIA Paris – Rocquencourt. Paris-France (FR)||Analysis of Communication-Avoiding Techniques in Task-Parallel Iterative Solvers with Preconditioning|
|Juan Luis García Zapata||Mapping processes as graph optimization||6||Universidad de Extremadura. Badajoz , spain (ES)||Emmanuel Jeannot||INRIA Bordeaux . France (FR)||Technical Report: Spectral Graph Partitioning for Process Placement on Heterogeneous Platforms|
|Mr Juan-Antonio Rico-Gallego||Model-Based Cost Estimation of Data-Parallel Hybrid Applications on Heterogeneous Platforms||2||University of Extremadura. Cáceres, Spain (ES).||Alexey Lastovetsky||University College Dublin. Ireland (IE)||Model-Based Cost Estimation of Data-Parallel Hybrid Applications on Heterogeneous Platforms|
|Léo Grange||Improvements of simulation and scheduling for data center powered by renewable energy sources||2,5||Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse (IRIT). TOULOUSE , France (FR)||Ariel Oleksiak||Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences.Poznań, Poland (PL)||Improvements of simulation and scheduling for data center powered by renewable energy sources|
|Bogdan Zavalnij||Maximum Clique Search on Massively Parallel HPC||1,6||University of Pecs,Hungary (HU)||Pablo San Segundo||Centre for Automation and Robotics (CAR) CSIC- UPM. Madrid, Spain (ES)||Parallelization of the clique search problem using sub-chromatic bounds|
|Wictor Lund||Workload modeling||5||Abo Akademi University, Abo, Finland (FI)||Ariel Oleksiak||Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences.Poznań, Poland (PL)||The analysis of the mutual interference of applications executed in SMT and CMP environments|
|Silvina Caíno-Lores||Optimization of an hydrogeological simulation kernel||2,6||Universidad Carlos III of Madrid,Leganes(ES)||Peter Kropf||University of Neuchâtel,Switzerland (CH)||Future Directions on the Optimization of Hydrogeological Simulations|
|Kamil Halbiniak||Models and tools for performance analysis of parallel scientific applications on multi- and manycore architectures||2||Czestochowa University of Technology. Czestochowa, Poland (PL)||Georg Hager||University of Erlangen-Nuremberg. Erlangen, Germany (DE)||Models and tools for performance analysis of parallel scientific applications on multi- and manycore architectures|
|Krzysztof Rojek||Methods of energy efficiency using machine learning technique||2,5,6||Czestochowa University of Technology. Czestochowa, Poland (PL)||Enrique S. Quintana Ortí||Depto. de Ingeniería y Ciencia de Computadores, Universidad Jaime . Castellon de la Plana, Spain (ES)||Models and tools for performance analysis of parallel scientific applications on multicore and manycore architectures|
|Aleksandar Ilic||Locality-Aware Insightful Modeling for Emerging Computing Systems||2||INESC-ID. Lisbon, Portugal (PT)||Emmanuel Jeannot||Inria Bordeaux-Sud Ouest. Bordeaux, France (FR)||Locality-Aware Insightful Modeling for Emerging Computing Systems|
|Simona Domesová||HPC for Stochastic Galerkin problems||6||Institute of Geonics of the CAS. Ostrava-Poruba, Cezch Republic ( CZ)||Neytcheva||Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University (DIT UU), Sweden (SE)||HPC for Stochastic Galerkin problems|
|Michal Beres||HPC for Stochastic Galerkin problems||6||Institute of Geonics of the CAS. Ostrava-Poruba, Cezch Republic ( CZ)||Neytcheva||Department of Information Technology, Uppsala University (DIT UU), Sweden (SE)||HPC for Stochastic Galerkin problems|
From May 15th 2016 IC1305 NESUS is open for receiving STSM applications.
We plan to fund 12 STSMs over a period of one year. The maximum planned funding per STSM is €1300 provided that the visit is at least 15 days. It could be reduced if less. Please note that the financial support available via this scheme is a contribution to the travel and subsistence cost of a STSM and may not necessarily cover all the costs.
Funding will be allocated according to the following criteria:
– The Applicant should be engaged in a research programme as a post-graduate student, postdoctoral fellow or be employed in an institution in a NESUS member country.
Each application has to be submitted together with an agreement from the host institution. The Applicants are responsible for obtaining the agreement PRIOR to submitting the application.
– The research subject of the STSM must be relevant for NESUS.
– The Applicant and its host must be from two different NESUS member countries.
– STSM funding is a contribution towards travel and subsistence costs, and cannot be used as a salary.
– The duration of a standard STSM should be minimum 5 working days and maximum 90 days. Visits, longer that two weeks will be given a higher priority.
– All STSMs need to be carried out within their entirety within a single grant period and within the Action’s lifetime.
– Geographical and gender balance issues will be taken into consideration.
Applications from ESR will be favored. (ESR stands for ‘Early Stage Researchers’, i.e. researchers with PhDs + up to 8 years of research experience.)
During the third year of the NESUS Action, STSM applications will be received continuously, however, decisions for approval will be taken following FIFO order as soon as possible.
NOTE: THE SHORT TERM SCIENTIFIC MISSION SHOULD FINISH BY April 30, 2017.
The procedure concerning STSM is governed by the COST Vademecum, in particular, Chapter 6. The on-line registration tool will issue a formal STSM application that has to be downloaded and sent by the Applicant electronically (via e-mail as an attachment) together with other necessary documents that the Applicant may regard as helpful in supporting the application during the evaluation process (such as CV, list of publications, motivation letter, detailed workplan, statement of how the proposed STSM contributes to the aims of the NESUS Action, letter of support from the home institute, etc.) to
The contact person of the STSM Host institution and to
The STSM coordinator, Dr. Maya Neytcheva (maya.neytcheva ‘at’ it.uu.se) with the subject “IC1305 NESUS– STSM Application – ”.
It is important to include a motivation letter stating how the STSM workplan is related to NESUS Action and the working group that is more closely related to the application proposal.
– Mandatory for COST: After the STSM, applicants will have to produce a report with a minimum of 2 pages (in a .pdf format), a photo and a short report, describing the work and the outcome for the newsletter (in an editable format, such as .doc or .txt). A special attention to the short report should be paid, as the newsletter is disseminated to a broader public.
– Mandatory for NESUS Action: It is mandatory to write also a joint technical report following NESUS format and including authors from the host institutions and the institution of the STSM grantee. This report should have a minimum extension of 8 pages.
– It is advisable to generate a joint journal or conference paper.
Depending on the topics and relations to NESUS work packages, each application is sent to a reviewer, who assess the relevance and the usefulness of the outcome for achieving the aims of the action.