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Important News from SC18 Technical Program Chair David Keyes – Help SC Inspire the Future

Editor’s Note: Article by SC18 Technical Program Chair David Keyes who is Professor of Applied Mathematics and Computational Science and the Director of the Extreme Computing Research Center at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology. How do we make the best even better? It’s an important question to ask as a team of more

SC18 Submissions Dates and Deadlines – Mark Your Calendar

Submit your inspiring work to SC18. Being part of the SC Program enhances your HPC career, whether you are unveiling new research, showcasing innovative work or practices, or helping teach and inspire the next generation. Please note the following deadlines for applications and submissions. Be sure to check Important Deadlines on the SC18 website often as deadlines

Friday Flashback: Watch the Entire SC17 Keynote Session: “Life, the Universe & Computing: The story of the SKA Telescope”

The SC Conference Series has opened more conference content to the public than ever before and the SC17 keynote session is not an exception. Rated by HPCwire as “one of the best keynotes in SC history” the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) project [led by Philip Diamond and Rosie Bolton] will map the sky in greater

SC18 Announces the Selected Paper for the Student Cluster Competition Reproducibility Challenge

Editor’s Note: Article by SC18 Student Cluster Competition Reproducibility Chair Christopher Bross who is a researcher and PhD student at Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU). Brief Introduction Replication and reproducibility of experimental computer science results is essential for peer reviewed, high-quality papers. Over the past years, aspects of replication and reproducibility have become more relevant in the HPC community.

Workshops Submissions Deadline Extended to February 14

It is still not too late to get your submission into SC’s popular and engaging Workshops program. These full- and half-day sessions expand the knowledge base of practitioners and researchers in a particular area of interest. They provide a focused, in-depth venue for presentations, discussion, and interaction. Proposals are peer-reviewed and selected with a preference for