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24 Sep - 29 Sep 2017 , Heidelberg, DE

Fifth Heidelberg Laureate Forum

25 Sep - 26 Sep 2017 , Moscow, RU

Russian Supercomputing Days

28 Sep - 28 Sep 2017 , Santiago de Compostela, ES

11th RES Users' Meeting

29 Sep - 29 Sep 2017 , Santiago de Compostela, ES

6th HPC Advisory Council

4 Oct - 6 Oct 2017 , Montpellier, FR

Scientific Applications towards Exascale

12 Oct - 12 Oct 2017 , Amsterdam, NL

Fifth Dutch National eScience Symposium

9 Nov - 10 Nov 2017 , Budapest, HU

ICT Proposers' Day 2017

12 Nov - 12 Nov 2017 , Denver, US

7th International Women in HPC Workshop

12 Nov - 12 Nov 2017 , Denver, US

6th Workshop on Extreme-Scale Programming Tools

13 Nov - 13 Nov 2017 , Denver, US

2nd Annual PGAS Applications Workshop

28 Nov - 29 Nov 2017 , Brussels, BE

First EOSCpilot Stakeholder Forum

30 Nov - 1 Dec 2017 , Brussels, BE

Digital Infrastructures for Research 2017

12 Dec - 12 Dec 2017 , Amsterdam, NL

SUPER D Event

22 Jan - 24 Jan 2018 , Manchester, GB

13th HiPEAC Conference

26 Mar - 29 Mar 2018 , Singapore, SG

Supercomputing Asia 2018

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Supercomputing and HPC

24 September 2017 - 29 September 2017 , Heidelberg, DE

Fifth Heidelberg Laureate Forum

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

What distinguishes the HLF from standard scientific conferences is the unique informal atmosphere that inspires a blend of acute scientific discussions and social interactions among the participants. Lectures, workshops and panel discussions embolden scientifically driven debate, while various social events encourage the participants to pursue their discourse outside the lecture halls and to get to know each other. Embedded once again into the programme is the Hot Topic session, which is especially interesting for the media. At the 4th HLF in 2016, the focus revolved around Artificial Intelligence (AI) and a panel of experts addressed the costs and benefits created by developments brought on by AI. The theme for the session in 2017 at the 5th HLF will delve into quantum computing.

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25 September 2017 - 26 September 2017 , Moscow, RU

Russian Supercomputing Days

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

The united conference will cater to the interests of a wide range of representatives from science, industry, business, education, government, and students - anyone connected to the development or the use of supercomputing technologies. The conference topics will cover all aspects of supercomputing technologies: software and hardware design, solving large tasks, application of supercomputing technologies in industry, exaflop computing issues, supercomputing education, and many others. The new, 27th edition of Top50 list of the most powerful supercomputers in the CIS will be announced on the first day of the conference.

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28 September 2017 - 28 September 2017 , Santiago de Compostela, ES

11th RES Users' Meeting

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

The Spanish Supercomputing Network (RES) organizes every year a users' meeting to inform about RES resources and procedures. This event aims to be a discussion forum among RES users, technical staff, the access committee and the users' committee. In addition, the scientific parallel sessions and the poster session will promote the dissemination of highlighted research results of RES users. The local organizer of this meeting is the RES node Fundación Pública Galega Centro Tecnolóxico de Supercomputación de Galicia (CESGA).

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29 September 2017 - 29 September 2017 , Santiago de Compostela, ES

6th HPC Advisory Council

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

The objective of this event is to encourage an interactive exchange between companies and organisations with the final HPC users. It will address a wide range of disciplines and interests such as Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Exascale Era, Big Data, etc. It will include technical, keynote and sponsor sessions.

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4 October 2017 - 6 October 2017 , Montpellier, FR

Scientific Applications towards Exascale

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

The general topic of the first one-and-a-half days will be HPC scientific applications on new computing architectures with a specific focus on the Intel Xeon Phi Knight's Landing processor (KNL). This will prepare potential users for the KNL-based PRACE-PCP machine to be installed at CINES by that time. The last day will be dedicated to a hands-on session on this machine, where participants will be able to try porting their code and make first performance and energy measurements.

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12 November 2017 - 17 November 2017 , Denver, US

International Conference on High-Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

SC17 will once again bring together the international high performance computing community - a gathering of scientists, engineers, researchers, educators, programmers, system administrators and developers that is unequaled in the world - for an exceptional programme of technical presentations, papers, informative tutorials, timely research posters and Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) sessions. The SC17 Exhibition Hall will feature the latest technologies and accomplishments from the world's leading vendors, research organisations and universities. SC17 provides the unique opportunity to see the latest technologies that will shape the future of large-scale technical computing and data-driven science.

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12 November 2017 - 12 November 2017 , Denver, US

7th International Women in HPC Workshop

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

The 7th International Women in High Performance Computing (WHPC) Workshop at SC17 brings together the HPC community to discuss the growing importance of increasing diversity in the workplace. This workshop will recognize and discuss the challenges of improving the proportion of women in the HPC community, and is relevant for employers and employees throughout the supercomputing workforce who are interested in addressing diversity.

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12 November 2017 - 12 November 2017 , Denver, US

6th Workshop on Extreme-Scale Programming Tools

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

The path to exascale computing will challenge HPC application developers in their quest to achieve the maximum potential that the machines have to offer. Factors such as limited power budgets, heterogeneity, hierarchical memories, shrinking I/O bandwidths, and performance variability will make it increasingly difficult to create productive applications on future platforms. Tools for debugging, performance measurement and analysis, and tuning will be needed to overcome the architectural, system, and programming complexities envisioned in these exascale environments. At the same time, research and development progress for HPC tools faces equally difficult challenges from exascale factors. Increased emphasis on autotuning, dynamic monitoring and adaptation, heterogeneous analysis, and so on will require new methodologies, techniques, and engagement with application teams. This workshop will serve as a forum for HPC application developers, system designers, and tools researchers to discuss the requirements for exascale-ready/exascale-enabled tools and the roadblocks that need to be addressed. The workshop is the sixth in a series of SC conference workshops organized by the Virtual Institute - High Productivity Supercomputing (VI-HPS), an international initiative of HPC researchers and developers focused on parallel programming and performance tools for large-scale systems.

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13 November 2017 - 13 November 2017 , Denver, US

2nd Annual PGAS Applications Workshop

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

The scope of the PAW workshop is to provide a forum for exhibiting case studies of PGAS programming models in the context of real-world applications as a means of better understanding practical applications of PGAS technologies. The organizers encourage the submission of papers and talks detailing practical PGAS applications, including characterizations of scalability and performance, of expressiveness and programmability, as well as any downsides or areas for improvement in existing PGAS models. In addition to informing other application programmers about the potential that is available through PGAS programming, the workshop is designed to communicate these experiences to compiler vendors, library developers, and system architects in order to achieve broader support for PGAS programming across the community.

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22 January 2018 - 24 January 2018 , Manchester, GB

13th HiPEAC Conference

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to: Processor, memory, and storage systems architecture; Parallel, multi-core and heterogeneous systems; Interconnection networks; Architectural support for programming productivity; Power, performance and implementation efficient designs; Reliability and real-time support in processors, compilers and run-time systems; Application-specific processors, accelerators and reconfigurable processors; Architecture and programming environments for GPU-based computing; Simulation and methodology; Architectural and run-time support for programming languages; Programming models, frameworks and environments for exploiting parallelism; Compiler techniques; Feedback-directed optimization; Programme characterization and analysis techniques; Dynamic compilation, adaptive execution, and continuous profiling/optimization; Binary translation/optimization; Code size/memory footprint optimizations.

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28 January 2018 - 31 January 2018 , Tokyo, JP/

International Conference on High Performance Computing in Asia-Pacific Region

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

High performance computing is a key technology to solve large problems in science, engineering, and business by utilizing computing power which has been evolving to the future. HPC Asia is an international conference series on HPC technologies in Asia Pacific region to discuss the issues on high performance computing and to exchange information of research and development results. New interesting and remarkable technologies and results have appeared. The goal of HPC Asia 2018 is to exchange ideas, case studies, and research results related to all issues of high performance computing.

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26 March 2018 - 29 March 2018 , Singapore, SG

Supercomputing Asia 2018

Topic: Supercomputing and HPC

Submission deadline 6 October 2017

Supercomputing Asia is an inaugural annual conference that will encompass an umbrella of notable supercomputing events with the key objective of promoting a vibrant and relevant HPC ecosystem in Asian countries.

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e-Infrastructure Policy

2 October 2017 - 3 October 2017 , Tallinn, EE

2nd EOSCpilot Governance Development Forum workshop: Drafting Governance Framework and Principles of Engagement for European Open Science Cloud

Topic: e-Infrastructure Policy

Day 1 of the workshop the focus will be on Member states' role and engagement in the EOSC governance framework. Panel discussions will focus on national initiatives and development in the area of EOSC in different countries, as well as principles of engagement with EOSC services from both supplier and user perspectives. Day 2 focusses on the EOSCpilot project itself including the EOSC service architecture and service portfolio management. The organisers will also focus on lessons learnt presentation from e-IRG Infrastructure Commons and interoperability. The workshop will finish at noon and will lead into the opening of the e-IRG workshop with the focus on the development and sustainability of European Open Science Cloud.

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28 November 2017 - 29 November 2017 , Brussels, BE

First EOSCpilot Stakeholder Forum

Topic: e-Infrastructure Policy

The event aims at charting a course towards a concrete and sustainable EOSC, identifying first steps on the EU added-value of EOSC and its building blocks to make Europeans do their research better. Specifically, the event will: Communicate the early results of the EOSCpilot project, collect feedback on the pilot's findings, and raise the questions which remain open in the shape of the EOSC; Identify possible EOSC shapes and features to clear up the vision of the EOSC with concrete and user-oriented attributes, taking into account the first HLEG report and the EOSC's pilot Science Demonstrators. The event will collect ideas shared by stakeholders to help shape the direction of the EOSC; Discuss the practical possibilities of the EOSC and identify minimal viable products to deliver European added value e.g. architecture, functionalities, training or collaborative tools, with all stakeholders and assess their feasibility, value, cost, sustainability, openness and user-friendliness; Prioritize the roadmap with stakeholders identifying the most urgent steps they believe are necessary to build the EOSC, and by comparing ideas in Panel Discussions; Present and discuss possible governance, funding and business models to sustain the EOSC aiming at light and Pan-European frameworks; Share Good Practices and local initiatives fostering Open Science, which could be generalized to the EOSC, including the EOSC Pilot Science Demonstrators, and other Open Science friendly organisations and associations, in order to inspire all EOSC builders.

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23 January 2018 - 25 January 2018 , Porto, PT

EUDAT Conference - Putting the EOSC Vision into Practice

Topic: e-Infrastructure Policy

Bringing together data infrastructure users and providers and policy makers from across Europe, the EUDAT Conference will: Showcase the latest trends in data infrastructure and data management solutions for research; Demo the solutions developed by EUDAT to address researchers and research communities' data management needs, through concrete pilots; Inform about the concrete opportunities offered by the newly established EUDAT Collaborative Data Infrastructure (CDI) to the service providers and research communities; Discuss the progress of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and the European Data Infrastructure (EDI) and the contribution of EUDAT as well as other infrastructures to these two initiatives. Community decision-makers and data managers, scientists and research communities, policy-makers, e-Infrastructure projects, research infrastructures and ESFRI projects are welcome to contribute to the conference.

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e-Science

12 October 2017 - 12 October 2017 , Amsterdam, NL

Fifth Dutch National eScience Symposium

Topic: e-Science

The Dutch National eScience Symposium is a one-day event where scientists and researchers from different disciplines meet to discover how digital technology impacts scientific practice. The symposium will feature five thematic sessions showcasing world-class data-driven and compute-intensive research in different fields. This annual symposium is an opportunity for anyone working in academia or industry with an interest in digital technology and scientific research. It is the place to meet researchers, students, data scientists, scientific administrators, CIOs and CTOs dealing with the challenges and potential of digital technologies; from the humanities to physics and beyond.

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30 November 2017 - 1 December 2017 , Brussels, BE

Digital Infrastructures for Research 2017

Topic: e-Science

Europe's leading e-infrastructures, EGI, EUDAT, GÉANT, OpenAIRE and the Research Data Alliance (RDA) Europe, invite all researchers, developers and service providers for three days of brainstorming and discussions at the Digital Infrastructures for Research 2017 event. Designed with research communities in mind, the Digital Infrastructures for Research 2017 event aims to foster broader adoption of digital infrastructure services and promote user-driven innovation.

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Applications

12 December 2017 - 12 December 2017 , Amsterdam, NL

SUPER D Event

Topic: Applications

The annual SURFsara Super D Event connects science and technology. Catch up on the latest insights in large-scale computing and data. This event is of interest to researchers from academia and industry, research support managers of research and education institutions, academic policy makers and research and innovation managers in the private sector. Keynote speakers are Thomas Schulthess, director of the Swiss National Supercomputing Centre (CSCS) and professor of computational physics at ETH Zurich; and Thomas Skordas, head of the Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) Flagships Unit at European Commission.

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Networking

9 November 2017 - 10 November 2017 , Budapest, HU

ICT Proposers' Day 2017

Topic: Networking

This networking event centres on European ICT Research & Innovation with a special focus on the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2018-20. The event will focus on the 2018 Calls for Proposals of the Horizon 2020 Work Programme in the field of Information & Communication Technologies. It will offer an exceptional opportunity to build quality partnerships with academics, researchers, industrial stakeholders, SMEs and government actors from all over Europe.

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