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Seeking Nominations for the IEEE Awards at SC18

Nominations are solicited for the Seymour Cray, Sidney Fernbach & Ken Kennedy Awards presented at SC18 in Dallas. Nominations are due July 1, 2018.

Call for Submissions: SC18 Workshop on Reproducibility

Over at the SC18 Blog, Stephen Lien Harrell from Purdue writes that the conference will host will host a workshop on the hot topic of Reproducibility. Their Call for Submissions is out with a deadline of August 19, 2018. ”
The Systems Professionals Workshop is a platform for discussing the unique challenges and developing the state of the practice for the HPC systems community. The program committee is soliciting submissions that address the best practices of building and operating high performance systems with an emphasis on reproducible solutions that can be implemented by systems staff at other institutions.”

SC18 Papers Submissions Open Today with New Review Process

In this special guest feature, SC18 Papers Chair Torsten Hoefler from ETH Zurich writes about big changes to the conference papers program. It’s timely news as SC18 Paper Submissions open today. “In the light of this year’s “HPC Inspires” theme, we are looking forward to working with the technical papers team to make SC18 the best technical program ever and consolidate the leading position of the SC Conference Series in the field of HPC.”

Updating the SC18 Technical Program to Inspire the Future

In this special guest feature, SC18 Technical Program Chair David Keyes from KAUST writes that important changes are coming to the world’s biggest HPC conference this November in Dallas.

SC17 Awards Ceremony and Conference Recap

In this video from SC17, Jeff Hollingsworth and Paul Hovland host the Conference Finale Event announcing the winners of the Best Paper, Best Poster, ACM Gordon Bell Prize, Student Cluster Challenge and other honors for our technical program. “The conference drew 12,753 attendees and featured a technical program spanning six days – marking the second largest SC conference of all time.”

Michela Taufer from University of Delaware to Chair SC19

“We are excited to have the benefit of Dr. Taufer’s leadership for SC19,” says John West, director of strategic initiatives at the Texas Advanced Computing Center and chair of the SC Steering Committee. “This conference has a unique role in our community, and we depend upon the energy, drive, and dedication of talented leaders to keep SC fresh and relevant after nearly 30 years of continuous operation. The Steering Committee also wants to express its gratitude for the commitment that the University of Delaware is making by supporting Michela in this demanding service role.”

Mark Your Calendars: Here are the SC Conference Cities Through 2020

According to statements made at the SC15 booth selection meeting, the SC conference will go hit a number of surprising cities from 2015 through 2020.