ISC High Performance 2018

THE EVENT FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING, NETWORKING AND STORAGE

ISC High Performance is dedicated to tackling HPC technological development and its application in scientific fields, as well as its adoption in commercial environments.

This year we aspire to bring another outstanding conference to an enthusiastic crowd! Our ISC 2018 program chair, Prof Horst Simon, and the program team have carefully selected 13 topics, which they believe will appeal to the global HPC community. These topics will be addressed in the invited program.

The 2018 topics will be presented by speakers considered experts in their chosen field. The contributed program, tutorials, workshops and the exhibition will once again complement the invited program.

Location: Messe Frankfurt (Hall 3 and Forum) – more information...

Registration for the conference and exhibition will open in March 2018. 

 

ISC 2018 Program Chair

Dr. Horst Simon

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

“I will strive to further strengthen the technical program, broaden the community reach, and assure a welcoming and inclusive conference for a diverse group of participants.”

ISC 2018 Topics
  • Beyond Moore’s Law
  • Exascale Systems
  • Climate Change
  • HPC and Electric Power Grid Control
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Cosmology and HPC
  • Human Brain Modeling and Related Big Data Challenges
  • Future Applications for Quantum Computers
  • Robotics
  • What’s New with Cloud Computing for HPC?
  • Future Challenges for Programming Models and Languages
  • The Rise of Containerized HPC
  • Artificial Intelligence on HPC Platforms

News

THE COMPLETE ISC 2018 CONTRIBUTED PROGRAM IS NOW OPEN FOR SUBMISSION


The ISC High Performance 2018 contributed program is now open to diverse opportunities. We welcome submissions for the following sessions - birds of a feather, research posters, project posters and the PhD forum. ISC 2018 also calls on regional and international STEM undergraduate and graduate students interested in the field of high performance computing (HPC) to volunteer as helpers at the five-day conference.

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