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Registration Opens for HPC User Forum in Princeton, NJ

Steve Conway and Earl Joseph of Hyperion Research

Hyperion Research has posted their preliminary agenda for the upcoming HPC User Forum. The event takes place March 30 – April 1 in Princeton, New Jersey.

The HPC User Forum was established in 1999 to promote the health of the global HPC industry and address issues of common concern to users ( The organization has grown to 150 members. It is directed by a volunteer Steering Committee of users from government, industry and academia, and operated for the users. We hold two full-membership meetings a year in the United States, and also hold two meetings annually in international locations.

Presentations (preliminary agenda) will include:

  • Updates on the US Exascale Computing Project
  • UK Exascale and the Catalyst UK Program, Mark Parsons and Michele Weiland, EPCC
  • The EU Fortissimo Program for SMEs, Bastian Koller, HLRS
  • HPC at Princeton University, Curt Hillegas
  • NERSC Update and Plans for the NERSC-9 Supercomputer (“Perlmutter”), Tina Declerck
  • HPC for Cancer Research, Jack Collins, National Cancer Institute
  • How HPC Is Enabling Fusion and ITER Science, C.S. Chang, PPPL
  • Artificial Intelligence: An Exciting New Way To Speed Development of Fusion Energy, Michael Churchill, PPPL
  • Performance Portability on Various GPUs and CPU Machines Utilizing Kokkos, A. Scheinberg, PPPL
  • Status of the Exascale Computing Project on High-Fidelity Whole Device Modeling of Magnetically Confined Fusion Plasma, A. Bhattacharjee, PPPL
  • HPC and The Flatiron Insitute/Simons Foundation, Ian Fisk
  • Data Management and Workflow Challenges for Exascale Seismology, Jeroen Tromp, Princeton University
  • Using HPC-enabled AI to Guide Investment Strategies for Finding and Funding Startups, Thomas Thurston, WR Hambrecht
  • Using Big Data To Provide Security and Customer Insights
  • From Architecture Guided Apps to Applications Guided Architectures, Gary Grider, LANL
  • Proving History: The Role of Graph and Digital Ledger for Exascale AI and HPC, Arno Kolster and Ryan Quick, Providentia Worldwide
  • HPC-Enabled AI and Cyber Security
  • Exascale Machine Learning Technologies, Frank Alexander, Brookhaven National Laboratory
  • Massive Scale Analytics for Real-World Applications, David Bader, New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Panel Session: Innovative Technologies for HPC
  • Graph Analytics and AI, John Feo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
  • AI in Government Settings
  • Panel Session: Status and Prospects For HPC-Enabled AI

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