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Want to know more about Japanese HPC? What about opportunities for research collaboration?

Attend ATIP’s Workshop at Supercomputing 2014: “Japanese Research Toward Next-Generation Extreme Computing”

Monday, November 17, 2014 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Louisiana (US) from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm, Room 295.

Japan will have 35 exhibits at the SC14 Conference in New Orleans this year, second only to the US. Japanese researchers participate in every aspect of the SC technical program, and often win prizes. With so much activity, it’s not easy to keep track of the most important trends, the most exciting developments, or the best opportunities for potential collaborations. ATIP’s Workshop can help attendees get the big picture view of HPC and extreme computing in Japan.

The following topics will be covered:

1. Overview of Japanese HPC, Today and Tomorrow, Towards Exascale

2. Exascale Feasibility Reports - Architectures and Applications

3. Petascale Applications on K computer and Other Machines

4. System Software Research for Post-Petascale Research Projects

In addition to short presentations, posters by Japanese researchers will highlight specific research efforts. Similarly, posters from selected US graduate students will describe their research with the goal of finding synergies and areas of mutual interest. This is a great opportunity to chat informally with leading members of the Japanese HPC research community as well as young “up-and-comers,” then follow up at the exhibit booths for more detailed discussions.

JOIN US AT SC14 on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17 For more information on the Japan Extreme Computing Workshop, click HERE or contact Karen Johnston by email at johnston at atip.org

ATIP will also be presenting at booth #2920 all week during the exhibition, so please come visit us to find out about recent and future activities.

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Dr. Kahaner runs “Random Access” at a Conference on High Speed Computing held in Oregon, US (April 2014).
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