Agenda Posted for Next Week’s HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference

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The HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference 2017 has posted its speaker agenda. Free for all attendees, the event will take place Feb 7-8 on the Stanford University campus.

Over two days we’ll delve into a wide range of interests and best practices – in applications, tools and techniques and share new insights on the trends, technologies and collaborative partnerships that foster this robust ecosystem. Designed to be highly interactive, the open forum will feature industry notables in keynotes, technical sessions, workshops and tutorials. These highly regarded subject matter experts (SME’s) will share their works and wisdom covering everything from established HPC disciplines to emerging usage models from old-school architectures and breakthrough applications to pioneering research and provocative results. Plus a healthy smattering of conversation and controversy on endeavors in Exascale, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and much much more!

Speakers include:

  • DK Panda, Ohio State University
  • Addison Snell, Intersect 360
  • Christian Kniep, Gaikai
  • Greg Kurtzer, LBNL
  • David Lombard & Steve Jones, Stanford
  • Tomer Morad, DataArcs
  • Damian Rouson & Alessandro Fanfarillo, NCAR
  • Frank Ham, Cascade Technologies
  • Shahin Khan, OrionX
  • John Shalf, LBNL
  • Scot Schultz, Mellanox
  • Mahdi Esmaily, Stanford
  • Julie Bernauer, Nvidia
  • Devendar Bureddy, Mellanox
  • Yifan Zhang & David M. Studdert, Stanford
  • Jeffrey Welser, IBM Research

stanford-300x200The HPC Advisory Council’s mission is to bridge the gap between high-performance computing use and its potential, bring the beneficial capabilities of HPC to new users for better research, education, innovation and product manufacturing, bring users the expertise needed to operate HPC systems, provide application designers with the tools needed to enable parallel computing, and to strengthen the qualification and integration of HPC system products.

Download the Full Conference Program for the HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference.

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