European Trilinos & Kokkos User Group Meeting 2024 (EuroTUG 2024)

  • When Jun 24, 2024 to Jun 26, 2024 (Europe/Amsterdam / UTC200)
  • Where Campus of the Helmut-Schmidt-University / University of the Federal Armed Forces Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
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European Trilinos & Kokkos User Group (EuroTUG 2024) meeting will take
place on the campus of the Helmut-Schmidt-University / University of the
Federal Armed Forces Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany on June 24-26, 2024. For
the first time, the workshop further strives to bring together Kokkos
users and developers in the same spirit. This will not only foster
efforts in the European Kokkos community with regard to scientific
computing on heterogeneous hardware, but it will also leverage
additional synergies between Trilinos and Kokkos developments.
For more details, please visit; the website
will be updated continuously.

*About the meeting*

The EuroTUG 2024 welcomes participants on all levels of expertise who
are interested to

+ learn about recent developments in Trilinos and Kokkos,
+ report on their use cases and experiences with Trilinos and Kokkos,
+ interact with the Trilinos and Kokkos leadership and core developers,
+ form a European network of Trilinos and Kokkos users and developers.

The meeting program will encompass:

+ Introductory tutorials on Trilinos and Kokkos Talks by active Trilinos
+ developers on recent developments and trends Presentations by active
+ Trilinos users to showcase various application scenarios of Trilinos
+ Group discussions on relevant topics


In order to participate in the EuroTUG Meeting 2024, please fill the
registration form available on EuroTUG 2024 Registration (
prior to May 15, 2024. Registration is required for speakers as well as
attendees without a contribution. Note that it is also possible to
register only for the introductory Trilinos tutorials on June 24, 2024.

The registration is free of charge.

If you have any questions or trouble with the registration, feel free to
contact us via email at

Kind regards,
Philipp Neumann (Helmut-Schmidt-University/UniBw H)
Alexander Heinlein (TU Delft)
Matthias Mayr (University of the Bundeswehr Munich)