Here we’ll keep you up to date with the latest news and perspectives on topics related to SC and the upcoming conference throughout the year. Check out the tags to explore more posts on the subjects that interest you.

Three Questions with SC20 Transparency and Reproducibility Chair Beth Plale

SC is an unquestioned pioneer in improving scientific rigor of the works published in its conference proceedings. Over the past 5 years, the SC reproducibility initiative has strived to enhance reproducibility, offering appendices through which the community is given additional detail (beyond what the typical paper structure allows) to build upon a research result. This

Quantum Leap: SC Remains Focal Point for HPC Breakthroughs

    Showcasing Quantum Supremacy in 2019 Marked Latest Watershed Moment From UNIX machines to microprocessors and accelerator/coprocessor hybrids, to GPU-based multi-cores and even gigabytes to exascale, the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage, and Analysis, better known by its “SC” moniker, has been the annual destination for all things computing. It’s where

SC19 Best Student Paper Awardees Interviewed

  Be Inspired by Student Research For its annual Student Paper Challenge, SC19 received 344 total submissions, accepted 87 (a 25.3% success rate), and from that elite list named a single Best Student Paper. “Red-Blue Pebbling Revisited: Near Optimal Parallel Matrix Multiplication” took the top honor. The work proposes a new parallel algorithm for matrix-matrix

State of the Practice: A Renewed Focus for SC20

Meet State of the Practice Chair Brett M. Bode and get ready to submit your work to this new venue at SC20. Submissions for State of the Practice Talks open February 17, 2020.   Brett M. BodeState of the Practice Chair     Brett is an Assistant Director at the National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA)

The Student Cluster Competition “Roller Coaster”

First-time participant Manuel Burger, of ETH Zurich, presents his “roller coaster” experience as a team member in the Student Cluster Competition at SC19.  Being an IT connoisseur isn’t all it takes to succeed in this venture.” — Manuel Burger   Inspired by Manuel’s story? Student Cluster Competition applications open February 10, 2020. Be sure to

A WINning Program: WINS Successes at SC19

  During SC19, six volunteers enjoyed the distinction of participating as part of Women in IT Networking at SC, known as WINS. WINS provides travel support to the conference, where the volunteers are paired with a mentor and work hand-in-hand over a 19-day period to create SCinet, the world’s fastest temporary network. WINS is a

Together We’ll Be “More Than HPC” at SC20 in Atlanta

SC20 marks the first time that SC will take place in Atlanta, Georgia, a vibrant city that – home to the busiest airport in the world – will be an easily reached destination for many of our national and international attendees and exhibitors. Like you, I am passionate about all aspects of HPC: the operation

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