June 16-20, 2013

Leipzig, Germany

Dr. Jysoo Lee

President, National Institute of Supercomputing & Networking, Korea Institute of Science & Technology Information

Dr. Jysoo Lee received BS degree from Seoul National University in 1985, and Ph. D. degree from Boston University in 1992, all on physics. He was visiting scholar at HLRZ, KFA at Juelich (which became John von Neumann Institute for Computing), and was research associate at the Levich Institute of the City College of New York. He joined KISTI (Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information) in 2001, and had been the Director of the Supercomputing Center for 2004-2006, and resumed the position at 2009. He has been leading several national scale high-performance computing projects such as gKorean National Grid Project of K*Gridh and gKorean National e-Science Projecth. He has been involved in several international organizations such as OGF (Open Grid Forum), PRAGMA (Pacific Rim Application and Grid Middleware Assembly), and GLORIAD (Global Ring Network for Advanced Applications Development). He is the Chief Professor for the Grid and Supercomputing Program of UST (University of Science and Technology).

Panelist at: Chat: The Missing Middle – How Can HPC Help Industry?
Speaker at: HPC in Asia
Status Update from Countries
HPC Update from Korea
HPC in Asia
Panel Discussion: How Can We Perform Excellent HPC Research with Limited Resources?
Program may be subject to changes.