15 Jan 2019 Valencia - The fourteenth edition of Europe's largest computing systems research conference takes place in Valencia on 21-23 January. With around 500 experts attending and around 60 companies represented in addition to the academic participants, the conference will offer a glimpse into future computing systems, including the launch of the HiPEAC Vision 2019. Three keynote talks, 26 workshops and 17 tutorials will complement the main paper track, covering the full spectrum from cyber-physical systems to high-performance computers.
This year's HiPEAC conference is an unmissable event for anyone interested in the future of computing systems. In light of the inevitable end of Moore's Law, all aspects of the computing stack are under scrutiny, with no one clear path emerging. Bringing together academics and industry members from many different disciplines, HiPEAC showcases the research that will ensure the continued success of tomorrow's computing systems.
"We are delighted to welcome the HiPEAC conference to Valencia, which is not only a popular tourist destination but also a growing technology hub where old and new blend seamlessly", stated Professor José Duato, Universitat Politècnica de València. "The conference offers an excellent opportunity to discuss pressing themes - such as technologies for artificial intelligence - with international colleagues representing a wide range of disciplines."
"Computing is a commodity upon which we all rely. However, we can't take the stratospheric progress of the last 50 years for granted", stated HiPEAC coordinator Professor Koen De Bosschere, Ghent University. "The HiPEAC conference, our flagship networking event, is the perfect opportunity for researchers and industry representatives to get out of their silos and define the systems of tomorrow."
This year's high-profile keynote speakers will cover three highly distinct and timely topics. Monica Lam from Stanford University will explore how today's virtual assistants are leading a revolution in how we interact with computers but may pose a threat to the open web, Cadence and Synopsys founder Alberto Sangiovanni Vincentelli from the University of California at Berkeley will chart his dazzling journey from research to billion-dollar companies, while Koen Bertels from Delft University of Technology will delve into the fascinating world of quantum computing.
The conference will see the launch of the 2019 HiPEAC Vision, which will form the topic of a dedicated roadmapping session in collaboration with ETP4HPC. Hot on the heels of the HiPEAC Technology Transfer Awards, it also draws upon HiPEAC's strong partnerships with innovation initiatives in Europe to promote the transfer of emerging technologies to industry, for example through the TISU workshop.
Additional highlights include:
As usual, HiPEAC will offer HiPEAC Jobs careers support to help promote the most challenging jobs in computing systems within the HiPEAC community. Following the success of last year's debut, the STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) student day on 22 January will offer students the chance to get involved with the vibrant HiPEAC network and inspire them to continue their careers in the field.
Once again, the biggest international names in technology, including DeepMind, Arm, Atos and Xilinx, not to mention a host of innovative computing start-ups and scale-ups, have shown their confidence in HiPEAC by generously supporting the conference. For the full list, you can visit the HiPEAC website.
View the programme on the HiPEAC19 website - note that you can filter sessions by smart application area and/or technology focus: hipeac.net/2019/valencia/#/schedule