Summer School and Workshop 2019: Parallel Computing in Molecular Sciences

Summer School

The parallel computing in molecular sciences summer school is focused on educating and training a new generation of graduate students and postdocs in molecular sciences in advanced high-performance parallel computing skills on the computing architectures of today and tomorrow, exposing the next generation of science leaders to the state-of-the-art high-performance scientific computing on modern massively parallel architectures.

The summer school will consist of 3 1/2 days of lectures and hands-on exercises, with the opportunity for students to work on parallelizing and tuning their own codes.

Approximately 30 students will be admitted to the summer school, and travel awards will be available.

A major goal of the summer school will be to develop a diverse and inclusive workforce that is skilled in parallel computing.

Dates and location: August 5-8 at Stonybrook University, Long Island, NY


  • Bert de Jong – Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Robert Harrison – Institute of Advanced Computational Science at Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Laboratory
  • Ed Valeev – Virginia Tech
  • Carlos Simmerling – Laufer Center for Physical and Quantitative Biology at Stony Brook University

The Final Report from this event can be found here.