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Explore How to Deploy the Unruly Power of Machine, Platform, and Crowd in the SC18 Keynote Address by MIT’s Erik Brynjolfsson

Your organizational playbook is being rewritten by radically shifting environments. The only question: Will you be the disruptor or the disrupted? The SC18 Keynote promises help. Erik Brynjolfsson of MIT will join us to explore the seismic changes being brought about in societies, economies, and organizations by three primary elements of the machine age: Machines

Breaking News: SC18 Papers Program is Live and Awards Finalists are Posted

The final decisions have been made on technical papers for SC18, and the entire program is now online. This year, the committee adopted a new review process, in which some papers were selected for major and minor revisions. The new process combines the timeliness of traditional SC conference submissions with the rigor of journal review. Further

Invited Talk Profile: “AI Bridging Cloud Infrastructure (ABCI) – Envisioning High Performance Human-Centered AI for Industry” by Satoshi Sekiguchi

Speaker: Satoshi Sekiguchi Time: Wednesday, November 14th, 3:30pm – 4:15pm Location: Exhibit Hall B Abstract: Artificial intelligence (AI) is leading the world’s industrial revolution in relation to IoT, Big Data, Robot, advanced biotechnology, new manufacturing industry, and so on. Although there is an ongoing discussion of the AI singularity, there is a more immediate need

From Famine to Feast in Supercomputing – Over Three Decades of Inspiration and Progress in Access to Supercomputing

Speaking to in 1981 to Larry Smarr, an American astrophysicist, “How come your country, which makes the supercomputer … why is that American academics have to come over here? How did you win the war?” questioned Karl Heinz Winkler, a fellow astrophysicist at the Max Planck Institute (MPI) in Munich, West Germany. “America is number

Important Update: INDIS Workshop Deadline Extended to September 12th

Deadline extension: Paper submissions for the 5th annual INDIS Workshop are now due on Wednesday, September 12th! The SCinet experimental networks team invites original papers for the 5th annual Innovating the Network for Data-Intensive Science (INDIS) workshop. INDIS is an academic forum for researchers and engineers to share information systems infrastructure developments that are essential

Invited Talk Preview: “Superscaling Performance through Energy-Efficient Supercomputing” by Vanderbilt’s Padma Raghavan

Speaker: Padma Raghavan Time: Thursday, November 15th from 11:15am – 12pm Location: Exhibit Hall B Abstract: In June 2008, Roadrunner sped past the 1 petaflop/s milestone, clocking in at 1.026 petaflops/s. Ten short years later in June 2018, Summit has now taken over the as the world’s fastest supercomputer spot by achieving 122.3 petaflops/s. What is

Invited Talk Preview: “China’s Effort on Exascale Computing: Current Status and Perspectives” by Beihang University’s Depei Qian

Speaker: Depei Qian Time: Wednesday, November 14th, 11:15am – 12pm Location: Exhibit Hall B Abstract: Description: After a brief introduction to the key project on HPC under the national key R&D program, this talk focuses on the progress made by the key project, including the exascale prototype system development, the HPC applications and enabling platforms

Papers, Panels, Tutorials, and Early Career Content Released

If you are looking for a few good reasons to attend SC18, let us do the work for you!  Just released is a major part of the full spectrum of the latest and greatest in high performance computing.  Nowhere else on this planet can you find such cutting-edge research and discussions. Click on the following links

Invited Talk Profile: “Urban Energy Science and High Performance Computing” by LBNL’s Mary Ann Piette

Pesenter: Mary Ann Piette from Lawrence Berkley National Lab (LBNL) Time: Wednesday, November 14th, 4:15pm-5pm Location: Exhibit Hall B Abstract: “Urban Energy Science and High Performance Computing” will cover current research to evaluate how to reduce energy use in cities and report on progress of exascale computing funded by the U.S. Department of Energy. Several national laboratories

Workshops Focus: An Impressive Line-up for SC18

Once again, the HPC community responded strongly to our call for insightful and engaging content for workshops. As a reminder or for those who are new, workshops provide a focused, in-depth venue for HPC presentations, discussions, interactions, and hands-on activities. Many workshops run “mini-conferences” on a specific theme. Workshop proposals are peer-reviewed and selected with

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