EPCC at ISC 2018 (Booth B-1251)

20 June 2018

We are very much looking forward to attending ISC-HPC 2018, the high-performance computing, networking and storage event held annually in Germany. This year we will be based at Booth B-1251. We will also take part in several activities - see list below.

We are pleased to be closely involved with several major Exascale initiatives. Please look out for Technische Universität Dresden, who provide software solutions and tools as well as analysis of future Exascale software for the NEXTGenIO project, which is led by EPCC. They will be displaying on-demand presentations of an overview of the Score-P/Vampir performance tools, and in-depth discussion of upcoming NEXTGenIO features (Booth J-622).

Meet our team!

EPCC will be represented by: Nick Brown, Paul ClarkManos FarsarakisWeronika FilingerAdrian JacksonMark Parsons, Gavin PringleJuan Rodriguez Herrera, and Michèle Weiland.

Our activities

Student Cluster Competition
Visit our team of MSc students at Booth 1453. You can also follow their progress on Twitter: @teamepcc 

Monday June 25

Vendor Showdown 02
Co-moderated by Mark Parsons (1pm–3pm, Panorama 3)

Tuesday June 26

Poster: International HPC Certification Program
Joint author: Weronika Filinger (3:15pm–3:45pm, Booth N-230)

Industrial Day: Driving Adoption of HPC by SMEs in Europe
Speaker: Mark Parsons (1:45pm–2:15pm, Panorama 1)

Research Poster: Event Driven Asynchronous Tasks (EDAT)
Author: Nick Brown (8:30am–10am, Substanz 1, 2)

BoF: Multi-Level Memory and Storage for HPC and Data Analytics
Speakers include Michèle Weiland (3.45-4.45pm in Substanz 1 and 2).

Wednesday June 27

BoF: HPC Outreach – Growing the Exascale Community
Speakers include Nick Brown and Weronika Filinger (10:30am–11:30am, Pikkolo)

BoF: Retaining the Advantage of a diverse HPC Workforce: How to deal with Microaggression
Speakers include Manos Farsarakis (11:30am–12:30pm, Pikkolo)

BoF: The Computational Biomedicine Community and the HPC Industry – Working together to advance Personalised Medicine
Speakers include Gavin Pringle (2:45pm–3:45pm, Substanz 1, 2)

Thursday June 28

Women in HPC workshop: Diversifying the HPC Community
Poster Chair: Weronika Filinger (9am–1pm, Alabaster 2)

NEXTGenIO workshop: HPC I/O in the Data Center – 4th HPC-IODC Workshop
Talk by Adrian Jackson: “NEXTGenIO: Exploiting non-volatile memory for HPC” (9am–6pm, Gold 1)

 

 

 

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Contact

Tracy Peet
+44 (0) 131 650 5362
t.peet@epcc.ed.ac.uk

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