April 19, 2021 — The Supercomputing Frontiers Europe Conference (SCFE21, taking place July 19-23, 2021, virtually) wishes to spotlight trendsetters and young members of our community with ground breaking ideas which have the potential to change the course of supercomputing. The conference is a platform where we also highlight research domains that might present the greatest potential of becoming the leading applications of supercomputers in the future.
- Hybrid quantum computing and HPC
- Hybrid cloud/HPC
- Convergence of HPC, AI and Big Data
- Omics and Systems Biology
- Storage class memory
- Special architectures
- Deep learning computing – TPU, GPU and beyond
- Problem Solving Environments
- …and more.
The program will incorporate special streams featuring selected achievements in India and Africa. SCFE strives to give an open space for the HPC community to interact and discuss visionary ideas. The SCFE 2021 paper submission closing date is May 16th, 2021. Submitted papers will be subjected to a peer review and carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition.
Scientific committee members who will review submitted papers are: Jean- Thomas Acquaviva, Michael Bader, Piotr Bala, Michael Bussman, Bronis de Supinski, Jack Dongarra, John L. Gustafson, Torsten Hoefler, Daniel S. Katz, Scott Klasky, Julian Kunkel, Ziogas Nikolaos and the chair Marek Michalewicz, among others.
All authors of accepted papers from the conference will be invited by the SCFE2021 program committee to submit and publish their paper (after further independent review) in a special issue of the international journal of Supercomputing Frontiers and Innovations.
For more information on the conference, visit: www.supercomputingfrontiers.eu
The perfect spot to share your work
SCFE is a great place to present your research paper. With the world renowned members of the scientific committee and a platform of more than 1000 supercomputing aficionados from more than 120 countries, you will be in a perfect spot to share your work and thoughts. Don’t wait any longer and submit your paper to Easy Chair.
The previous conferences showcased a successful scientific program with outstanding speakers:
- James K. Gimzewski (University of California),
- Rob Knight (University of California),
- Ziogas Aleksandros Nikolaos (ETH Zurich),
- Leon Chua (Memristor),
- Rupak Biswas (NASA),
- Paul Messina (Exascale),
- Whitfield Diffie (Cryptography),
- Dimitri Kusnezov (Personalised medicine and exascale computing),
- Karlhienz Meier (Neuromorphic computing),
- Gordon Bell (History of G. Bell Prizes),
- Alessandro Curioni (Cognitive Computing),
- Thom H. Dunning (Supercomputing),
- Haohuan Fu (TaihuLight),
- John Gustafson (Unums and Posits),
- Baroness Susan Greenfield (Consciousness and Computers),
- and many others.
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Source: Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computational Modelling (ICM)
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