NVIDIA to host Full-Day HPC Summit at GPU Technology Conference

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Ian Buck from NVIDIA will kick off the HPC Summt at GTC 2020.

NVIDIA will host a full day HPC Summit this year at the GPU Technology Conference 2020. With a full day of plenary sessions and a developer track on high performance computing, the HPC Summit takes place Thursday, March 26 in San Jose, California.

From energy and space exploration to weather and ocean modeling, high performance computing is one of the most essential tools fueling the advancement of science and technology. NVIDIA has developed the world’s most advanced platform for accelerating all HPC workloads—from traditional simulation and visualization to deep learning and machine learning.

The HPC Summit at GTC brings together HPC leaders, IT professionals, researchers, and developers to advance the state of the art of HPC. Explore content from different HPC communities, engage with experts, and learn about new trends and innovations.

Speakers include:

  • Ian Buck , VP of Accelerated Computing, NVIDIA
  • Thomas Schulthess, Director, ETH Zurich/CSCS
  • Nidhi Chappell, Head of Product, Azure HPC/AI, Microsoft
  • Ashok Belani, Executive Vice President Technology, Schlumberger
  • Jeff Nichols, Associate Lab Director, Oak Ridge National Labs
  • Steve Oberlin, CTO of Accelerated Computing/Tesla, NVIDIA
  • Marc Hamilton, VP of Solutions Architecture and Engineering, NVIDIA

We also invite you to the full GTC conference where you can explore 600+ sessions on dozens of industry-specific topics. Discover how GPU computing helps industry leaders dramatically lower their cost savings and accelerate innovation, paving the way to scientific discovery for their teams. Space is limited, so reserve your place today.

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