Indiana University Shines at SC22

November 11, 2022

DALLAS, Nov. 11, 2022 — Everything’s bigger in Texas, even the computers. As site of the 2022 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis, or SC22, November 13–18, Dallas will host some of the world’s biggest and best technologies and the people who create and use them. Indiana University’s talented tech experts and researchers will be displaying their innovative work right alongside them.

Go, Hoosiers! Members of the IU contingent pose in the 2019 booth.

Since 1998, IU has had a booth at the annual event, which attracts thousands of global attendees for technical presentations, papers, workshops, tutorials, posters, and Birds of a Feather sessions as well as the world’s leading manufacturers, research organizations, and universities.

Visit booth #3617 to learn more about the university’s research and development in high performance computing, data, artificial intelligence, and networking projects. The booth will also feature a special giveaway: a collector’s “safe space” pin commemorating IU Bloomington’s recent recognition as one of the best LGBTQ+ friendly campuses.

Visit the booth to learn more about IU’s high performance computing initiatives, including:

Sharing, Leading and Competing at SC22

Several IU staff members will be presenting and sharing their expertise as part of SC22’s technical program, while some have leadership roles.

Brenna Meade, network engineer with IU’s International Networks, is the Women in IT Networking at SC (WINS) team chair and WAN Transport team chair, both for the conference’s advanced network known as SCinet. Her colleague, Hans Addleman, network architect for IU’s International Networks, is deputy chair of SCinet, taking over as chair in SC23.

On the technical program side, Le Mai Weakley, a senior technical lead for IU’s research applications and artificial intelligence division, is serving as Journal Special Issue chair for the reproducibility initiative. Abhinav Thota, manager of the research applications and artificial intelligence division, is chair of the Reproducibility Challenge. Scott Michael, director of the research software and solutions division, is finance liaison for [email protected]

On a fun note, IU and Purdue University students are joining forces on the Purdue–IU Student Cluster Competition team, INpack. The Student Cluster Competition gives students the chance to design and build small clusters, learn scientific applications, and compete in a non-stop, 48-hour challenge to flex their HPC knowledge for conference attendees and judges. Go, Hoosiers and Boilermakers!

For more information on IU’s SC22 presence—and to get your collector’s pin—visit booth #3617.

About Indiana University

Founded in 1820, Indiana University is the state’s flagship university with Bloomington being its flagship campus of seven campuses and two regional centers statewide. Innovation, creativity, and academic freedom are hallmarks of our world-class contributions in research and the arts.


Source: Indiana University

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