HPC-AI User Forum to Be Held September 4-5 at Argonne

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ST PAUL, Minn., July 9, 2024— The HPC User Forum has opened registration for its upcoming meeting, Wednesday and Thursday, Sept. 4-5, at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Illinois.

The full agenda, location logistics and information about registration can be found here.

Some of the featured speakers at the event:

  • Rick Stevens, Associate Laboratory Director for CELS, ANL
  • Debbie Bard, Data Department Head, LBL
  • Joerg Gablonsky, Technical Fellow, Lead Numerical Optimization, Chair Enterprise HPC Council, Boeing
  • Nicholas Lee-Ping Chia, Computational Biologist, ANL
  • David Holmes, Core Director and Biomedical Engineer, Mayo Clinic
  • Marshall Choy, Senior VP, Product, SambaNova
  • Ian Foster, Director of Data Science and Learning, ANL
  • Nick Hagerty, HPC Engineer, ORNL
  • Heidi Hanson, Group Leader, Biostatistics and Multiscale System Modeling, ORNL
  • Yue Hu, Asset Manager Specialist, BP
  • Rao Kotamarthi, Center for Climate Resilience and Decision Science (CCRDS) Science Director, ANL
  • Gianluca (Luca) Longoni, Executive Technical Director Artificial Intelligence & HPC, FedData Technical Solutions
  • Arvind Ramanathan, Computational Science Leader, ANL
  • Mike Ringenburg, Principal Software Engineering Manager, Microsoft Azure HPC & AI
  • Chris Ritter, Director of Digital Innovation Center of Excellence and Dept. Manager for Digital Engineering, Idaho National Laboratory (INL)
  • Andrey Shinkarev, Systems Architect, AbbVie
  • Andrew Siegel, Director of Applications Development for ECP, ANL
  • Bob Sorensen, Senior VP Research and AI Lead, Hyperion Research
  • Brian Spears, Director, AI Innovation Incubator, LLNL
  • Tom Uram, Data Sciences and Workflow Lead, ANL
  • Richard Vilim, Dept. Manager, Plant Analysis, Control & Sensors, ANL

 The program also includes updates from the event sponsors DDN, Intel, IBM, HPE, QuEra and Lenovo.

The following is a summary of featured topics, sessions, and panels:

  • Real-world, large-scale AI use cases and examples in industry and science
  • Challenges in Making AI Fully Useful (hardware, software, data, models, etc.)
  • AI and HPC at ANL
  • AI technologies panel
  • Site updates: Fermilab, ORNL
  • Integrated Resource Infrastructures (LBL, ANL)
  • Recent Hyperion Research AI market trends and study results

Small group tours will also be available during the event at Argonne’s ALCF Machine Room and the ALCF Visualization Laboratory Advanced Photon Source.

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,. This event will focus on uses of AI in industry, science, and energy, focusing on the challenges of making AI fully useful (hardware, software, data, models, etc.).

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