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Primeur weekly 2016-05-09

Focus

NIST's Robert Bohn and Oxford University's David Wallom expand on Cloud standards and the Cloud landscape ...

With trust, openness and empowerment, there is a bright future for Cloud computing, according to Microsoft's Elena Bonfiglioli ...

Quantum computing

IBM makes quantum computing available on IBM Cloud to accelerate innovation ...

Quantum logical operations realized with single photons ...

Focus on Europe

Celebrating HPC and research at University College London ...

Still time to save on ISC 2016 registration - Register by May 11 ...

Current status of the Flemish supercomputer ...

Middleware

Bright Computing names Bill Griffin as Chief Financial Officer ...

Hardware

Invitation to participate in HPC Site Census study ...

CSRA to deliver high capacity connectivity to support education priorities in Alabama ...

Cray reports first quarter 2016 financial results ...

Applications

SDSC researchers publish book on using GPU accelerators for nanosciences ...

Movidius announces deep learning accelerator and Fathom software framework ...

GPU-powered systems take top spot and set new record in Student Supercomputer Competition ...

Fine-tuning forecasts of nighttime storms on the plains ...

Sudden collapse: Supercomputing spotlight on gels ...

BSC and IrsiCaixa create bioinformatics method to predict the effectiveness of antiretroviral drugs with different HIV mutations ...

University of Wyoming faculty have until May 22 to apply for supercomputer use ...

Webinar on performance tuning and optimization of GROMACS ...

IBM and SK Holdings C&C Alliance brings Watson and the cognitive era to South Korea ...

Still time to save on ISC 2016 registration - Register by May 11


6 May 2016 Frankfurt - The early bird registration period for the 31st annual ISC High Performance conference will close May 11, thus bringing the opportunity for attendees to save over 45 percent off the on-site registration rates to an end. The organizers encourage participants not to wait until the last minute to register. This year the conference will once again be held in the world-class conference destination - Frankfurt, Germany. The ISC 2016 conference and exhibition anticipates an attendance of 3,000 participants from around the world. So far 146 companies have signed up to exhibit, and the organizers continue to receive co-exhibitor registrations, pointing to a hopeful total of 160 exhibitors on the 2016 show floor.

Here is an overview of the different passes available to ISC 2016 attendees:

  • Conference Pass: The conference pass gives access to all sessions from June 20, through June 22, as well as the exhibition and all social events.
  • Exhibition Pass: Pass holders have access to all Birds-of-a-Feather (BoF) sessions, the PhD Forum, the Vendor Showdown, the exhibition and all related activities, the ISC Student Cluster Competition awarding and the Welcome Party on June 20.
  • Tutorial Pass: This pass provides access to 10 full-day and half-day interactive tutorials on June 19.
  • Workshop Pass: The workshops will be hosted on June 23 at the Frankfurt Marriott Hotel, offering 21 sessions to the attendees.

ISC 2016 focuses on very timely topics this year, which will be tackled by 400 speakers in sessions held from June 19 to June 23. These are the highlights of the general and industry tracks:

  • Big Data and HPC Convergence
  • Performance Modelling and Prediction
  • Advanced Disaster Prediction and Mitigation
  • State of the Art in Life Science & Computational Systems Biology
  • Challenges in Extreme Engineering
  • Exascale Architectures: Disruptions, Denials & Directions
  • Algorithms for Extreme Scale in Practice
  • HPC in IoT and Robotics
  • Deep Learning: Basics and Applications
  • Connected Cars and Big Data
  • Industrie 4.0

Keynotes include:

You can consult the complete agenda, including information about the speakers, at the ISC HPC website.

The driving idea behind Industry 4.0 is the digital revolution and the use of electronics and IT to further automate production, which will influence manufacturing companies worldwide.

At ISC 2016, Industrie 4.0 will be addressed with a special presentation about the virtual factory, a session on applications, and another on tools for the digital factory. Beside these presentations, the Industry Track will also cover traditional HPC applications in commercial settings. The European HPC experience with commerce will be demonstrated in a special session, and last but not least, there is a panel on what Cloud computing can do for industry.

As this track is designed to meet the interests of commercial users, the organizers hope to see engineers, manufacturers, and other end users, in addition to computing specialists and marketing staff from vendors serving this community.
Source: ISC Group

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Primeur weekly 2016-05-09

Focus

NIST's Robert Bohn and Oxford University's David Wallom expand on Cloud standards and the Cloud landscape ...

With trust, openness and empowerment, there is a bright future for Cloud computing, according to Microsoft's Elena Bonfiglioli ...

Quantum computing

IBM makes quantum computing available on IBM Cloud to accelerate innovation ...

Quantum logical operations realized with single photons ...

Focus on Europe

Celebrating HPC and research at University College London ...

Still time to save on ISC 2016 registration - Register by May 11 ...

Current status of the Flemish supercomputer ...

Middleware

Bright Computing names Bill Griffin as Chief Financial Officer ...

Hardware

Invitation to participate in HPC Site Census study ...

CSRA to deliver high capacity connectivity to support education priorities in Alabama ...

Cray reports first quarter 2016 financial results ...

Applications

SDSC researchers publish book on using GPU accelerators for nanosciences ...

Movidius announces deep learning accelerator and Fathom software framework ...

GPU-powered systems take top spot and set new record in Student Supercomputer Competition ...

Fine-tuning forecasts of nighttime storms on the plains ...

Sudden collapse: Supercomputing spotlight on gels ...

BSC and IrsiCaixa create bioinformatics method to predict the effectiveness of antiretroviral drugs with different HIV mutations ...

University of Wyoming faculty have until May 22 to apply for supercomputer use ...

Webinar on performance tuning and optimization of GROMACS ...

IBM and SK Holdings C&C Alliance brings Watson and the cognitive era to South Korea ...