ISC 2023 Registration Is Open

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HAMBURG — March 15, 2023 – ISC 2023, the high performance computing (HPC) conference and exhibition to be held May 21-25, is now open for registration. The in-person event will be hosted at the Congress Center, Hamburg, Germany, and most content will be available on demand. Early bird rates are available to those who register by April 19. The registration page is here.

Leading up to the main event, a live seminar titled A Beginner’s Introduction to Node-Level Computer Architecture and Performance and an orientation session covering HPC development and trends will be held on the ISC hosting platform (Swapcard) on May 11. This seminar is open to conference pass and online pass holders. The orientation session is open to all attendees.

The program agenda is now online. All programs are divided into invited, contributed, vendor sessions, and special events. ISC encourages attendees to monitor the agenda between now and May 21, as we will continue to update the schedule with talk abstracts and speaker biodata.

This year’s topics are intended to illuminate the challenges that HPC, machine learning, data analytics and quantum computing face. Topic categories are broken down into system architecture, parallel programming models and performance modeling, applications and algorithms, machine learning, and quantum computing. The ISC keynotes will also address the ongoing shift from traditional HPC to emerging technologies and applications.

ISC Tutorials on May 21: ISC said it received a record number of tutorial proposals this year. Of them, 22 were selected by the tutorial committee to be presented in person and as either full-day or half-day tutorials on Sunday.

Workshops on May 25: A total of 19 workshops will be held this year, divided into workshops with their own submission calls and regular workshops. Additionally, an invited workshop on “What’s next in European Supercomputing and How to get access to Europe’s biggest supercomputers for free?” by EuroHPC complete the list of offered workshops.

Workshop proceedings will be published in the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. They will be available for complimentary download on Springer’s website for a limited time after the conference.

Click here to learn more about the different pass types and what they entail.

First held in 1986, ISC High Performance distinguishes itself as the world’s oldest and Europe’s most significant forum for the HPC and related domains.