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Innovate the Network for Data-Intensive Science at SC18

Call for 5th annual INDIS workshop papers are now open! 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 to the scientific discovery process. The 2018

2018 ACM SIGHPC Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award

SIGHPC’s Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award is given each year for the best doctoral dissertation completed in high performance computing (HPC). This award is open to students studying anywhere in the world who have completed a PhD dissertation with HPC as a central research theme. Nominations open:    June 1, 2018 Nominations close:    August 1, 2018 Winners announced:

HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards Turns 15

A hallmark of sustainability is this: If you are not serving a need effectively and efficiently you do not last. The HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice awards program has stood the test of time. Each year, our readers from the global HPC community recognize the outstanding organizations, technologies and use cases across science and industry.

Demonstrate Your Network Innovations at the SCinet Network Research Exhibition

Call for preliminary proposals closes June 1: SCinet Network Research Exhibition SCinet is seeking proposals for the 2018 Network Research Exhibition (NRE) that will take place during the SC Conference in Dallas. NRE demonstrations leverage the advanced capabilities of SCinet, the dedicated high-capacity network built exclusively for SC. SCinet is the fastest and most powerful network

SC Veteran Volunteer Jon Bashor Retires After 27 Years of Service to National Labs

Editor’s Note: the SC Conference Series is led by a team of dedicated volunteers from a multitude of backgrounds and specialties. Please consider applying to get involved in any capacity that you can volunteer. Jon Bashor served as a vital SC volunteer for two decades. Visit this blog in the future for other volunteer profiles. For more details

SC18 Housing is Open! Reserve Now and Save

SC18 has room blocks reserved at 21 hotels in the vicinity of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas. A range of prices and hotel types are available. Hotel reservations can be made online using onPeak’s Compass reservation system. If you wait, you will get shut out. As a group we get the best rates.

SC18 Unveils Plans to Celebrate its 30th Anniversary

These days, not many things are able to stick around for 30 consecutive years. Companies get bought out or close; restaurants shutter their doors; and some conferences just stop being relevant. However, that is not the case with the SC Conference Series, where organizers and attendees will be celebrating the 30th consecutive conference. Message from

SC18 Tutorials to Offer Robust Content – Still Time to Submit

  SC tutorials is one of the largest tutorial programs at any computing-related conference in the world. It offers attendees the chance to learn from and to interact with leading experts in the most popular areas of high performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis.   Tutorial Topics Covered   SC tutorials cover a wide range

Get Involved! Early Career Program Details & Testimonial

The Early Career Program (ECP) provides a series of special sessions that target early-career researchers, educators, and technical professionals: academic, industry, and laboratory staff within the first five years of a permanent position. The program aims to help participants secure a better understanding of the issues and challenges faced while navigating a successful research career. From

Student Cluster Competition Seeking Teams from Around the World

Are you a student interested in HPC?  Or a faculty or staff member involved in high performance computing (HPC)?  If so, you should consider submitting a team to the SC18 Student Cluster Competition (SCC).   What You’ll Need  6 students interested in HPC (undergraduate or high school) 1 or more advisors skilled in HPC 1 or more vendor

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