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SC19 Keynote Session Video: Opening Remarks, Society Awards, & Keynote Introduction

SC19 Keynote Session: First 20 Minutes SC19 General Chair, Michela Taufer, introduces SC19 and speaks to the conference theme, “HPC Is Now”. Also included is full video of the Ken Kennedy, Sidney Fernbach, and Seymour Cray Society Awards presentations, and the introduction of Keynote Speaker Steven Squyres.   SC19 Keynote Speaker: Steven Squyres 50 years

SC19 Keynote: When High Performance Computing Moves to the Edge

SC19 Keynote Speaker Details Lessons from Unmanned Mars Exploration When we talk about high performance computing (HPC), what we usually mean is the physical power of the technology—more speed, more bandwidth. more capacity. But sometimes the “high performance” isn’t about raw horsepower. “Computing on the edge” can call for ingenuity and software to overcome the

September Need to Know: HPC Impacts Across Domains; Keynote Announced and Program Finalized; Gordon Bell Award Finalists Named; Mobile App Coming Soon; Early Registration Period Running Out

  Don’t Miss Out on Registration Savings We can’t believe it either, but SC19 truly is right around the corner, which means your chance for early bird registration is slipping away. Register before October 16 to save up to $300.   HPC Is Now: Predicting and Mitigating the Impact of Catastrophes What do earthquakes and

SC19 Announces Keynote Speaker Dr. Steven Squyres: Exploring the Solar System with the Power of Technology

SC19 Keynote Dr. Steven Squyres Cornell University     Computing Power and Innovation Guide the Way Between 2004 and 2018, mankind spent more than 5,600 cumulative days exploring Mars—yet the principal investigator on those missions never needed a spacesuit. That’s because Spirit and Opportunity, NASA’s two Mars rovers, were guided by the computing power that

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