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SC12 Issues Call for Papers

Clipped from: (share this clip) SC12 has issued its Call for Papers. The event will take place November 10 – 16, 2012 in Salt Lake City. SC12, the premier annual international conference on high performance computing, networking, and storage, will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, November 10-16, 2012. The Technical Papers Program […]

Inaugural XSEDE12 Conference Issues Call for Participation

Clipped from: (share this clip) The XSEDE12 conference has issued its Call for Participation. The event will take place July 16-20 in Chicago. The inaugural XSEDE12 conference will carry forward many of the successful elements of the TeraGrid conference series, while adding new features. XSEDE will showcase the discoveries, innovations, and achievements of those […]

Three Issues that Stymie HPC Growth

Douglas Eadline over at HPC Admin writes that while the HPC market has come along way in the last decade, the same three issues continue to impede the full potential of the market: the last mile problem, the lack of a missing middle infrastructure, and a lack of focus on parallel software. The absence of a […]

ISC’12 Issues Call for Papers and Tutorials

The 2012 International Supercomputing Conference Research Paper and Tutorial Committees are now accepting full papers and tutorial proposals for ISC´12 in Europe. The ISC´12 Call for Papers is supported by the IEEE Germany Section. The deadline for research paper and tutorial submissions is Sunday, January, 22, 2012. Please refer to the ISC´12 website for full submission […]

AMD Fusion12 Developer Summit Issues Call For Papers

Clipped from: (share this clip)   The AMD Fusion Developer Summit has issued its Call for Proposals. The event takes place June 11-14, 2012 in Bellevue, Washington. Fusion made HPC headlines recently when Penguin Computing deployed the world’s first APU-based supercomputer at Sandia National Labs. For more information, check out the Penguin’s interview video from SC11.

Video: Panel Discussion – Has the PUE Issue Already Been Solved for the Datacenter?

Has the issue of optimized PUE largely been solved already for large datacenters? In this presentation, you’ll hear from the following individuals in a panel discussion moderated by James Hamilton of Amazon. Chris Malone, Google Rob Coupland, Telecity Group Ian Bitterlin, Ark Continuity Ltd Brian Waddell, Norman Disney & Young Recorded at the 2011 Data […]

Grid2011 Issues Call for Papers

Clipped from: (share this clip)   The 12th annual IEEE/ACM International Conference on Grid Computing (Grid2011) has issued its Call for Papers. The event will be co-located with the EGI Technical Forum and will take place Sep 21 – Sep 23, 2011 in Lyon, France. “Grid 2011 welcomes paper and poster submissions on innovative […]

Future Computing 2011 in Rome Issues Call for Papers

The Third International Conference on Future Computational Technologies and Applications has issued its Call for Papers. The conference will take place September 25-30, 2011 in Rome, Italy. FUTURE COMPUTING 2011 is aimed at technical papers presenting research and practical results, industrial small- and large-scale systems, challenging applications, position papers addressing the pros and cons of specific […]

Video: Panel Discussion – WAN Issues with Lustre

In this video, Panelists from NRL, TACC, Indiana University, and ZIH discuss WAN issues with Lustre. Recorded at the LUG’2011 conference in Orlando on April 12, 2011. Slides from the conference will be posted at the conference site.

SC11 Issues Call for Panel Sessions: Submissions Due April 15

The SC11 conference is seekong proposals for panel sessions covering relevant, timely, and thought provoking topics in high performance computing. Submissions are due Friday April 15, 2011. The conference will take place in Seattle, Washington, November 12-18, 2011 “A panel is generally a 1.5-hour session in which three to five speakers briefly present different perspectives […]