The benefits provided by interactivity fundamentally enable users to exploit HPC resources in new and revolutionary ways. One such area is that of urgent computing, where the global pandemic and recent bouts of extreme climate events have demonstrated the need to make urgent and accurate decisions for complex problems. Combining interactive computational modelling with the near real time detection of unfolding disasters results in a powerful tool that can aid emergency responders making live-critical decisions for disaster response, ultimately exploiting HPC to save lives and reduce economic loss. The purpose of this workshop is to bring together those who are working, or interested, in the fields of interactive HPC and the use of supercomputing for urgent decision making. This workshop combines two previously highly successful SC workshop series, the UrgentHPC and InteractiveHPC initiatives.
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