Closely associated with its members and its partners, TERATEC organizes throughout the year information and promotional initiatives which are intended to reach the whole of the industrial and academic communities, both suppliers and users.
The TERATEC Forum constitutes the high-level European HPC convention where international experts meet to discuss the technological and economic issues at stake in high performance simulation and computing.
Seminars and workhsops may also be offered in accordance with the current state of development of HPC and its members’ requirements.
The eight edition of TERATEC Forum will be held on 25 and 26 June 2013 at the Ecole Polytechnique.
With more than 1,000 participants, 60 international speakers and 60 exhibitors, Forum TERATEC has once again demonstrated the dynamism of industrial technology providers (hardware, software and services) facing a strongly expanding market and increasing interest from industrial users as prompt, efficient means to improve competitiveness.
The TERATEC 2011 Forum took place on June 28 & 29, Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau, Paris area) and focused on High Performance Computing and Systems Design.
More than 600 international experts participated to TERATEC 2009, June 30 and July 1st, 2009, Supélec (91- France), including also decision makers and high level scientists from the industrial world and the academic world, coming mainly from Europe but including representatives of the major international initiatives.
The TERATEC convention took place on June 3rd and 4th 2008 at the Génocentre in Evry (91) with the special participation of Mme Valérie Pécresse, Minister for Higher Education and Research and M. Janek Potocnik, European Commissioner for Science and Research.
The TERATEC Forum is an event which is widely open to promote exchanges and stimulate further reflection in the field of high performance simulation. It once again enjoyed a resounding success among key players in HPC (High Performance Computing). The 2007 TERATEC Forum or Convention was held on June 20th 2007 at the University of Versailles at Saint Quentin-en-Yvelines, in the Alembert Building.