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Call for Submissions: ISC 2019 Tutorials and Workshops

ISC 2019 has issued their Call for Submissions for tutorials and workshop proposals. If you have expertise in a particular area of high performance computing and are interested in sharing it with your like-minded peers, the conference folks would like to hear from you. “The tutorials attract over 300 attendees, while the workshops are attended by close to 700 people. Overall attendance for the 2019 conference is expected to exceed 3,500.”

ISC 2019 Seeking Research Paper Submissions

Submissions are now open for ISC 2019 Research Paper Sessions. These sessions aim to provide first-class opportunities for engineers and scientists in academia, industry, and government to present their work in the area of high performance computing, networking, storage and AI/machine learning. Submissions will be accepted through December 12.

Interview: Dan Jacobson from ORNL on Why PASC19 will be The Show to Attend Next Year

In this video from PASC18, Dan Jacobson from ORNL describes the highlights from the conference and why scientists and engineers should consider attending PASC19 in Zurich. “Next year, PASC19 happens the week before the ISC 2019 conference in Germany. Be sure to catch both shows!”

Video Highlights from ISC 2018

In this video, Steve Conway from Hyperion Research provides a summary of the ISC High Performance Conference in Frankfurt, Germany. “The ISC High Performance conference attracted 3,505 attendees from over 60 countries, as well as 162 companies and research organizations to unveil their latest technologies and services at the event. With this feat, ISC High Performance has officially reached a new milestone in its 33-year conference history.”

Prof. Yutong Lu from China will Chair ISC 2019

Today ISC announced that Prof. Yutong Lu from the National Supercomputing Center in Guangzhou, China will be the ISC 2019 Program Chair. This new appointment begins a new journey for ISC High Performance, which has only seen men hold this position for the last four years. “As part of the international HPC community, ISC has committed to including more countries and people in order to foster a broader array of ideas and experiences.”