Call for Participation: Stanford HPC Conference in February

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Today the HPC-AI Advisory Council announced their Call for Sponsors and Session Proposals for the annual Stanford HPC Conference. The event takes place February 14-15, 2019.

Breakthrough discoveries, research, new technologies and innovation all rely on each other,” said Gilad Shainer, HPC-AI Advisory Council chairman. “AI and HPC domains are dominating continuous change and the Stanford Conference is one of few forums where attendees can rise above the din of hype and learn about all of the above, all in one place and openly share best practices that are key to furthering their efforts.”

Supporting its call for sponsors and submissions, in advance of the holiday season kick-off following November’s annual supercomputing conference, attendees are also invited to visit the HPCAIAC’s SC18 booth #2216 in Dallas next month to participate in the BoF entitled “HPC for the Rest of Us.

We’re focused on innovating the way to the future,” said Steve Jones, Director of Stanford High Performance Computing Center. “We want to expose where we can make a difference as a community and as facilitators of great societal benefits. By exploring the diverse work being achieved across disciplines all of our participants learn from each other and leave collectively inspired to continue making the world a better place together.”

Through generous sponsorships the free of charge Stanford Conference is open to everyone interested and only requires participants register in advance. Information on the conference, key dates, submissions and more can be found on the HPCAIAC website.

Submissions are now open.

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