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Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2021 Conference Call for Participation

Call for Participation for Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2021 Conference (via Qpute.com)

July 5, 2021 — Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2021 (July 19-23) invites all HPC enthusiast to join its 7th edition. Fully virtual & free event will consist of presentations and talks from world-renowned scientists, tech-savvy entrepreneurs and industry specialists.

Registration is open now:

The two last days of the event will be a treat for high performance computing users where they will be able to enjoy free workshops led by #SCFE21 esteemed guests. The program will include:

. 3-day-conference
. 42 speakers
. 15 thematic blocks
. 2-day-workshops

Conference Program Outline

  • DAY 1- Jul 19, 2021: European Initiatives; African Initiatives; US perspective; Industry perspective
  • DAY 2- Jul 20, 2021: Gordon Bell Prize Lecture; Meteo; Material; HPC&Cloud
  • DAY 3- Jul 21, 2021: Software; Hardware; Quantum Computing; Genomics; I/O, storage, interconnects
  • DAY 4- Jul 22, 2021: Free workshops (The Systems Biology Institute- Taxila: Analyzing text in biological context)
  • DAY 5- Jul 23, 2021: Free workshops (Lenovo, NEC)

Previous registration for the workshops will be required due to limited availability. The schedule will be accessible soon.

SCFE21 Keynote Speakers

  • Anders Dam Jensen– Executive Director, EuroHPC Joint Undertaking;
  • Irene Qualters – Associate Laboratory Director for Simulation and Computation at Los Alamos National Laboratory, a U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory;
  • Roberto CarRecipient of the 2020 ACM Gordon Bell Prize; Professor at Department of Chemistry, Princeton University
  • Hiroaki Kitano– President at The Systems Biology Institute, Tokyo, a Professor at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University, Okinawa.

The invited talks will include topics like:

  • Taking Science from Cloud to Edge, by Kate Keahey
  • Designing next-generation materials with machine learning, by Bryce Meredig
  • The approximate future of computing, by Neil thompson
  • Ten ways to build a productive (yet a performant) software, by Sunita Chandrasekaran
  • Future Supercomputers are game changers for processor architecture. Why?, by Jean-Marc Denis

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Source: Supercomputing Frontiers Europe 2021 (SCFE21)

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