Get the Scoop and Report Out
We welcome writers, editors, and industry analysts covering the fields of high performance computing, networking, storage, and analysis to attend the SC Conference. With your media credentials, the conference offers you an unparalleled opportunity to mingle with the world’s leading experts in HPC. Our dedicated media room is available for meetings and interviews.
Media registration opens July 14, 2020.
All media registration requests must be approved by conference management and are subject to revocation. View media registration requirements.
The SC Blog contains a variety of articles focused on keeping the HPC community informed on the latest conference developments, industry research and breakthroughs, and poignant insights in HPC.
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Monthly updates to help attendees and submitters stay up to date on all things SC, including important dates and deadlines.
Interviews with luminaries from a variety of HPC-focused fields on their research and its impact on the HPC industry .
Contributed essays from HPC experts on the state of the industry and the future of HPC.
Stories on personal reward and professional advancement through the lens of SC conference volunteers.
Students@SC Success Stories
The next generation of SC shares valuable insights through their student volunteer experiences at the conference.
Interviews with highly accomplished SC award winners and nominees.
Interested in picking up an SC post for your media outlet? Please contact Brian Ban in SC Media Relations.
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Media/analysts are only permitted in the Exhibition during open hours. In addition, filming or recording in technical sessions (including the Keynote and the Plenary Session) is restricted. Violation of any SC policy could result in the revocation of your media credentials. Additionally, you are expected to abide by the official SC Code of Conduct.