The CCP programme is overseen by the CCP Steering Panel, under the current chairmanship of Mark Savill. The Steering Panel comprises the Chairs of all CCPs and three international members - Professor G Ciccotti (Italy), Professor Happy Sithole (South Africa) and Professor Ryuto Himeno (Japan).
The Steering Panel looks actively at areas for co-working between CCPs; joint meetings, workshops and training events are common.
The current members of the CCP Steering Panel are...
|CCP CoDiMa:||Steve Linton|
|CCP Turbulence||Sylvain Laizet|
|University of Roma:||Giovanni Cicotti|
|CHPC, South Africa||Happy Sithole|
|NERC:||Frances Collingborn / Andrea Sharpe|
High End Consortia
|MCC:||Richard Catlow / Scott Woodley|
|UK-COMES:||Kai Hong Luo|
Terms of Reference:
- To promote the work of CCPs among the wider academic and non-academic communities;
- To seek mechanisms for broadening CCP activities by identifying and nurturing new communities;
- To seek to broaden the CCP portfolio by promoting the value of such networks with National and International funding agencies;
- To discuss mechanisms for collaborative working between Projects;
- To represent and articulate the views of CCP members on strategic computing issues;
- To prepare periodic brochures and marketing material to promote the activities of the CCP portfolio;
- To receive regular reports on the progress of each Project.
- The Steering Panel will meet twice yearly, whenever possible in the month before the SLA Steering Committee meeting;
- The Steering Panel will report to the Director of STFCs Scientific Computing Department;
- The Chair of the Steering Panel will be elected by the Panel membership and will serve for a five year period.
- The Chair (Mark Savill)
- The Chairs of all CCP networks (whether currently funded or not)
- Representatives of the Research Councils
- Three International Members (One from an EU Country and two from outside the EU)
- CECAM Director
Meetings will be attended by:
- Director of STFCs Scientific Computing Department
- Chairman SLA Steering Committee
- Administrative support provided by the Scientific Computing Department