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Call for Participation: ISC Workshop on In Situ Visualization 2020

The ISC Workshop On In Situ Visualization 2020 has issued its Call for Participation. The event takes place June 25 in Frankfurt, Germany. “We encourage contributed talks on methods and workflows that have been used for large-scale parallel visualization, with a particular focus on the in situ case. Presentations on codes that closely couple numerical methods and visualization are particularly welcome.”

ISC 2020 Launches HPC Career Day

Fostering STEM education is a key to the future of high performance computing. Along these lines, ISC 2020 HPC Career Day will give 200 job seekers interested in HPC the opportunity to participate in the ISC 2020 conference on Wednesday, June 24. “Organizations scouting for STEM talent are welcome to utilize this new program to make connections with students, early and mid-career professionals looking for exciting prospects within the areas of HPC, machine learning, and data analytics.”

ISC 2020 Revamps Invited Program

Today the ISC 2020 conference announced improvements to its Invited Program. The conference takes place June 21-25 in Frankfurt, Germany. “ISC High Performance 2020 will showcase the latest advancements in HPC, encompassing all the key developments happening in system design, applications, programming models, machine learning, and emerging technologies. Come join over 3,700 attendees, 400 speakers and 160 exhibitors, consisting of vendors and leading research organizations, from June 21 to 25, in Frankfurt, Germany, and find out how high performance computing is shaping tomorrow.”

Apply Now for ISC Travel Grant and Student Volunteer Programs

Early career researchers and university students are encouraged to take advantage of the ISC Travel Grant and the ISC Student Volunteer programs. The programs are intended to enable these participants to attend the ISC 2020 conference in Frankfurt Germany, from June 21 – 25. “The ISC High Performance Travel Grant Program is open to early career researchers and students who have never been to the conference and wish to be a part of it this year. For recipients traveling from Europe or North Africa, the maximum funding is 1500 euros per person; for the rest of the world, it is 2500 euros per person. ISC Group will also provide the grant recipients free registration for the entire conference, as well as mentorship during the event. The purpose of the grant is to enable university students and researchers who are highly interested in acquiring high performance computing knowledge and skills, but lack the necessary resources to obtain them, to participate in the ISC High Performance conference series.”

Call for Submissions: ISC 2020 Contributed Program

ISC 2020 has issued it Call for Submissions for its Contributed Program. The conference takes place June 21-25, 2020, in Frankfurt, Germany and will be attended by over 3,700 attendees and 160 exhibitors. The event will continue its long-standing tradition as the largest networking platform for vendors and users involved in supercomputing, machine learning, big data, cloud computing, networking and storage.

Call for Papers: ISC 2020 in Frankfurt

The ISC 2020 conference has issued its Call for Papers. The event takes place June 21-25, 2020 in Frankfurt, Germany. “The ISC research paper sessions provide world-class opportunities for engineers and scientists in academia, industry and government to present and discuss issues, trends and results that will shape the future of high performance computing (HPC), Networking, Storage and AI/Machine Learning.”

Video: A Full Week of Fueling Innovation at ISC 2019

In this video, Michael Feldman of The Next Platform and Florina Ciorba of University of Basel look back on ISC 2019. “ISC 2019 brought together 3,573 HPC practitioners and enthusiasts interested in high performance computing, storage, networking, and AI. The theme of this year’s conference was Fueling Innovation.”

David Keyes named ISC 2020 Program Chair

Today the ISC High Performance conference announced that Prof. David Keyes from KAUST will be the ISC 2020 Program Chair. “It is my honor to serve as the ISC 2020 Program Chair,” continued Keyes. “I will do my best to keep the technical program in tune with the community, increase the prestige of being selected to present, expand the range of participants, and present a conference that encourages diverse constituents to take advantage of the latest enablements and fruits of HPC.”