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Intel eXtreme Performance User Group (IXPUG)

Intel will host the Intel eXtreme Performance User Group (IXPUG) event Sept. 25-28 in Hillsboro, Oregon.

This IXPUG conference is focused on all aspects of employing and adopting many-core processing technologies and techniques for optimal application execution, including topics that cover system hardware beyond the processor (memory, interconnect, etc.), software tools, programming models, new workloads (visualization, data analytics, machine learning, etc.) and more. The conference will provide an interactive experience focused on key topics associated with high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, data analytics, cloud computing, and more.

The meeting is being co-organized by Sandia National Laboratory and Los Alamos National Laboratory, and will be held at the Intel Corporation (Hillsboro, Oregon) facility. The conference activities include a keynote, plenary sessions, 30-minute technical lectures, 10-15 minute Lightning Talks, Posters and Tutorials. Attendees will experience an open forum, where Intel and industry experts will share best practices and techniques used for maximizing software efficiency using Intel architecture with fellow application programmers, software developers, scientist, researchers, academic, students, data analyst, etc. The challenges surrounding application performance and scalability will be covered across all levels, including application tuning on large HPC systems. Learn more.