The 32nd HPC Connection Workshop will be held during SC23 in Denver, Co. on Nov 15, 2023. World renown experts and scholars will exchange on the latest artificial intelligence, supercomputing technologies, and applications. Topics include progress on the newest developments in AI and supercomputing applications, and recent optimization strategies for large-scale parallel computing.
Featured speakers include:
- Mauricio Araya Polo will present a set of algorithms ported to the Cerebras CS2. The implementations following this paradigm deliver disruptive level performance.
- Anshumali Shrivastava will demonstrate the algorithmic progress that can exponentially reduce the compute and memory cost of pre-training, training, fine-tuning, as well as inference with LLMs.
- Yuval Bachar will share the blueprint for the next generation of sustainable computing infrastructure, ready to usher in a greener era of AI-driven advancements now.
- David Bader will discuss the opportunities and challenges in massive data-intensive computing for applications in computational science and engineering.
The 32nd HPC Connection Workshop
|Algorithms for Massive Scaling with Dataflow Paradigm
Mauricio Araya Polo
Senior R&D Manager on HPC and ML, TotalEnergies
|VASP Optimization for Large Scale Parallel Computing
Senior Researcher at IEIT SYSTEMS
|How We Pre-Trained GPT/LLM Models from Scratch on a CPU-Only Cluster: Democratizing the GenAI Ecosystem with Algorithms and Dynamic Sparsity
Associate Professor, Rice University & Founder and CEO, ThirdAI Corp.
|The ECL Fully Sustainable High-Performance Data Centers: Pioneering the Future of AI Workloads
Founder & CEO, ECL (EdgeCloudLink) Inc.
|Solving Global Grand Challenges with High Performance Data Analytics
Distinguished Professor, Data Science Institute for Data Scienceat at New Jersey Institute of Technology
Click here to register: http://www.asc-events.net/HPCC/index.html
The HPC Connection Workshop is an international High Performance Computing event organized by the Asia Supercomputer Community. This event takes place three times a year: during ASC in China, ISC in Germany, and SC in the USA. Top researchers and leading professionals from around the world gather at the workshops to discuss the latest developments and disruptive technologies in AI and supercomputing. Welcome to ASC’s website for videos of past highlights (http://www.asc-events.org/).