Each year, the SC Technical Program provides a unique forum for demonstrating, debating and discovering innovative, cutting-edge advances in HPC, networking, storage, and analysis from the international community in academic, government and corporate institutions.
The SC conference technical program sets the pace for supercomputing conferences everywhere,” explains SC10 Technical Program Chair Ricky Kendall. Rigorously reviewed tutorials, papers, panels, workshops and posters provide access to new research results from laboratories and institutions around the world. “As an example,” Kendall continues, “this year’s committee selected 51 technical papers from 253 submissions in six areas: applications, architecture/networks, clouds and grids, performance, storage, and systems software. With an acceptance rate of 20 percent, SC10 is one of the most competitive technical conferences in computing.”
Another way SC10 helps attendees catch up on the latest HPC information is the panels program. This year 10 panels of industry experts will share a wide range of ideas that shaping the future of HPC. Whether you are interested in our exascale future, trends in heterogeneous computing, or the future of supercomputing centers large and small, you’ll find a panel to get you talking — and keep you thinking.