The SC21 team has provided a lineup of the talks including days and times. At Invited Talks, attendees “will hear how translational research and technologies and their applications address some of the most complex challenges of our time. These talks will provide insights with a broad context and from a longer-term perspective,” according to SC21.
All talks will be held at Hall 6 South at America’s Center Convention Center. Remote participation is also planned (details TBD) and will be served through the SC21 HUBB. For more information regarding remote participation, review SC’s Remote Participation FAQ, as well as the information at Registration.
Tuesday, Nov. 16
10:30 am — 11:15 am CST | Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, RIKEN Center for Computational Science | Fugaku: The First ‘Exascale’ Supercomputer, and its Application to Society 5.0 to Transform Society for Sustainability and Beyond
11:15 am — 12:00 pm CST | Kunle Olukotun, Stanford University, SambaNova Systems Inc. | Let the Data Flo
1:30 pm — 2:15 pm CST | Marti Head, Oak Ridge National Laboratory | Going Slow to Go Fast: An Integrated Approach to COVID-19 Therapeutic Discovery at the DOE National Laboratories
2:15 pm — 3:00 pm CST | Valerie Taylor, Argonne National Laboratory | The Importance of Diverse Perspectives in Advancing HPC
Wednesday, Nov. 17
10:30 am — 11:15 am CST | Yutong Lu, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China, and National Supercomputer Center, Guangzhou | High Performance Convergence Computing
11:15 am — 12:00 pm CST | Koen De Bosschere, Ghent University | HiPEAC: 17 Years of Growing an HPC community in Europe
1:30 pm — 2:15 pm CST | Lois Curfman McInnes, Argonne National Laboratory | Powering HPC Discoveries through Scientific Software Ecosystems and Communities
2:15 pm — 3:00 pm CST | Chris Lattner, SiFive | Lessons Learned From The LLVM Experience: A Fireside Chat With Chris Lattner
Thursday, Nov. 18
8:30 am – 9:15 am CST | Stephanie Wehner, Delft University of Technology | Quantum Internet: From a Physics Experiment to a Quantum Network System
9:15 am — 10:00 am CST | Larry Smarr, University of California, San Diego | The Rise of Supernetwork Data Intensive Computing
10:30 am – 11:15am CST | Anima Anandkumar, California Institute of Technology, Nvidia Corporation | AI4Science : Convergence Between AI and Scientific Computing
11:15am – 12:00pm CST | Kim Hazelwood, Facebook AI Research | The Growth of AI: Implications on Hardware, Systems, Software, and the Environment
To see the full program, visit SC21’s website.