EuroHPC Summit Week (EHPCSW) is an annual event gathers the main technology suppliers and HPC infrastructures to scientific and industrial HPC users in Europe. This year´s edition took place on 22-26 March 2021.
Our knowledge of the deep structures of the earth is largely due to geophysical methods. Indeed, it is impossible to directly observe the composition or structures at depths of several tens, hundreds or thousands of kilometers. We therefore have to probe the earth indirectly from measurements made by instruments on the earth's surface. Among geophysical methods, seismic tomography uses measurements of seismic waves that have propagated through the earth to calculate the properties of geological environments at depth.
An all-female editorial board composed of ChEESE members Alice-Agnes Gabriel (LMU Munich), Marta Pienkowska (ETH Zurich), Sara Barsotti (IMO) and Manuela Volpe (INGV) will oversee a special issue in Frontiers in Earth Science titled "High-Performance Computing in Solid Earth Geohazards: Progresses, Achievements and Challenges for a Safer World". This Research Topic is proudly promoted by the ChEESE project. Everyone whose work falls under the scope of this topic is welcome to contribute.