A promising HPC User Forum
By   |  August 14, 2014

We now have the complete list of presentations and speakers for the September 15-17 HPC User Forum at the Grand Hyatt Seattle (WA) – a list that makes this forthcoming edition quite promising.

Judge by yourself:

  • Update on NERSC-8 Procurement and Plans – Jay Srinivasan, NERSC
  • Bits, Bytes and BTUs: Warm Water Liquid Cooling at NREL – Steven Hammond, NREL
  • Future HPC Architecture Possibilities – Rob Leland, Sandia National Laboratories
  • P&G-University of Cincinnati HPC Collaboration – Fred Murrell, Procter & Gamble
  • Ready for Takeoff or Preparing for a Soft Landing: HPC at HLRS and in Germany – Michael Resch, HLRS/University of Stuttgart
  • Results of Study Comparing Liquid Cooling Methods – Jon Summers, University of Leeds (UK)
  • Building Scalable Technologies for Semantic Analysis – John Feo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Update on HPC at PayPal – Arno Kolster and Ryan Quick, PayPal
  • HPC in the Life Sciences – Jack Collins, National Cancer Institute
  • Update on Trinity System Procurement and Plans – Manuel Vigil, Los Alamos National Laboratory
  • Real-Time Geospatial Rendering Project – Amit Vij and Nima Neghaban, GIS Federal
  • Commercial Firms Exploiting Multi-Cluster Grids for HPC – Charlotte Crain, SAS
  • HPC Use in Genomic Pediatric Medicine – Shane Corder, Children’s Mercy Hospital & Clinics
  • Google from an HPC Perspective – Ron Minnich, Google
  • Update on HPC in Poland, Marek Niezgódka – ICM/University of Warsaw
  • New Developments in HPC Cloud Computing – Tim Carroll, Cycle Computing
  • Update on HPC Use on AWS – David Pellerin, AWS
  • Update on IBM-Lenovo Deal – Brian Connors, IBM
  • Industrial achievements on Blue Waters using CPUs and GPUs – Seid Koric, NCSA
  • Development of Intel MIC Codes in NWChem – Edoardo Apra, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • Experiences Using Intel Phi Coprocessors – Troy Porter, Stanford University
  • Experiences Using Accelerators at ORNL – Doug Kothe, ORNL
  • Initial Experiences Programming Xilinx Virtex-6 FPGAs Inside Convey’s HC01ex – Stephen Bique, Naval Research Laboratory
  • A new type of programmable accelerators for HPC applications – Jan van Lunteren, IBM Research Labs, Zurich
  • Advancing Science In Alternative Energy And Bioengineering With Many-Core Processors And Accelerators – Michael Brown, Intel
  • Use of Many-Core Processors with the Berkeley GW Code – Jack Deslippe, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Multiphase Flow Modeling and Simulation: HPC-Enabled Capabilities Today and Tomorrow – Igor Bolotnov, North Carolina State University
  • HPC Market Update and IDC’s Top Growth Areas for 2014 and Beyond – Earl Joseph, Steve Conway and Chirag Dekate

Register by Monday August 18th to take advantage of the early-bird hotel room rate :

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