Registration Open for RMACC’s High Performance Computing Symposium, May 16-18

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BOULDER, CO, Feb. 28, 2023 – Registration is now open for the Rocky Mountain Advanced Computing Consortium’s (RMACC) High Performance Computing Symposium set for May 16-18 in Scottsdale, AZ.  The 13th annual event will be held at SkySong, Arizona State University’s Innovation and Technology Center.

To register or to learn more about poster submissions visit:   For questions email

Registration, which includes all sessions, meals and parking, is $170.  Thanks to generous sponsor support, student registration – including for graduate students – is being offered at the heavily discounted rate of just $30.  And the popular student poster competition is back with he opportunity for poster winners to earn an all-expenses paid trip to SC23 in Denver.

The multi-track symposium, which brings together faculty, researchers, industry leaders and students, offers presentations from industry and educational leaders, two keynote presentations, and an array of panel discussions and tutorials on the latest trends and innovations in HPC.  Several sessions are designed for students and newcomers to HPC, providing the opportunity to learn about HPC careers, according to Becky Yeager, the RMACC’s executive director.

Google is the lead Reception sponsor, and Platinum sponsorships are from Intel, HPE, DDN, AWS, Pure Storage, Panasas, Vast Data, and Mark III/NVIDIA.   Meal and Gold sponsorships are from Omnibond, Globus, Arcitecta and CIQ.   The Keynote speakers are Dr. Judith Klein-Seetharaman, Professor in the School of Molecular Sciences and the College of Health Solutions at Arizona State University, and Dr. Anne Brown, Assistant Professor in Research and Informatics in University Libraries at Virginia Tech.

Primarily a volunteer organization, the RMACC is collaboration among 33 academic and research institutions located in Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.  The RMACC’s mission is to facilitate widespread effective use of high performance computing throughout this 9-state intermountain region.