ST. PAUL, Minn., April 8, 2021 – Hyperion Research today announced the near-final agenda for the upcoming HPC User Forum meeting, a virtual three-day event to be held May 11-13 for Western Hemisphere participants and May 12-14 for those in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region. Updates will be posted at www.hpcuserforum.com.
Major topics and speakers confirmed to date are:
|Brookhaven National Laboratory||Frank Alexander|
|Exascale Computing Program (ECP)||Doug Kothe|
|UK Exascale & Catalyst||Mark Parsons|
|CSC – Finland||Pekka Manninen|
|Czech Hydrometeorological Institute||Radmila Brožková|
|High Performance Computing Center, Stuttgart||Bastian Koller|
|Los Alamos National Laboratory||Gary Grider|
|National Energy Scientific Research Center||Tina Declerck|
|Pawsey Supercomputing Centre||Mark Stickells|
|UK Meteorological Office (UK MET)||Richard Lawrence|
|National Science Foundation||Manish Parashar|
|Université Pierre et Marie Curie||Jean-Philip Piquemal|
|University of Chicago||Gregory Voth|
|Argonne National Laboratory (processor comparisons)||Venkat Vishwanath|
|University of Bristol (Isambard-2)||Simon McIntosh-Smith|
|Seagate||Henry Newman (moderator)|
|Hyperion Research||Mark Nossokoff|
|Innovative Tech Panel||Hyperion Research||Earl Joseph (moderator)|
In addition, Hyperion Research will present an update on the global HPC market, including the company’s newest forecasts and highlights of recent studies. As usual, Hyperion Research CEO Dr. Earl Joseph will moderate a vendor panel session on innovative technologies. Registration: https://attendesource.com/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x121544abcd
Interested persons are invited to attend HPC User Forum meetings. To register, go to HPC User Forum (attendesource.com).
The HPC User Forum was established in 1999 to promote the health of the global HPC industry and address issues of common concern to users (www.hpcuserforum.com). The organization is directed by a volunteer Steering Committee of users from government, industry and academia, and is operated for the users by market analyst firm Hyperion Research. There are two meetings a year in the United States and two meetings annually in international locations.
Source: Hyperion Research