Salt Lake City... SC12... Join us in Intel booth (#2601) for interesting talks! Ask me about new books...

I hope you can join us at SC’12 in Intel booth #2601.

I'm looking forward to seeing many of you again at SC’12 this year. We’re kicking off the show at the Grand Opening Gala at 7:00p.m. where we’ll have a number of special guests joining us for a show floor presentation on our efforts in parallelization then and through out the week. I'll be carrying around a pre-print version of an upcoming book (it is more than 1/2 done) for programming the Intel Xeon Phi coprocessor (hint: its all about parallel programming). For now, I am telling myself that I will work on finishing a few chapters while I'm at the show too.  Well, I can think that way until all the excitement keeps me too busy!

Parallel programming is critical to extracting the performance from all machines for the supercomputing community. Naturally, we'll focus on parallelism and we have got a broad community of partners helping us out. But it’s not just about technology. It’s about enabling us all to effectively utilize the technology. On that front, we’ve got compelling panels and speakers talking about efforts to get more people into high-performance computing. 

Here a sample of speakers presenting in our Architecture for Discovery theater during the show:

  • Scott Alexander, BlackSky Computing
  • Bjorn Andersson, Hitachi
  • Jay Boisseau, TACC
  • Barry Bolding, Cray
  • Glenn Brook, National Institute of Computational Sciences
  • Bill Bryce, Univa
  • Ümit V. Çatalyürek, The Ohio State University
  • Jack Dongarra, University of Tennessee
  • Mathieu Dubois, Bull
  • Kai Dupke, SUSE
  • Jeff Falkanger, IBM
  • Michael Feldman hosting a Workforce Development/STEM Panel
  • Shai Fultheim, ScaleMP
  • Wolfgang Gentzsch and Burak Yenier, Uber Cloud project
  • Dr. Goh, SGI
  • Chad Harrington, Adaptive Computing
  • Yutaka Ishikawa, University of Tokyo
  • Vadim Karpusenko, Colfax
  • Rishi Khan, ETI
  • David Lecomber, Allinea
  • Eric Lenquiniou, Altair
  • Tom Leyden, Amplidata
  • Thomas Lippert, DEEP
  • Principal Lazaro Lopez, Wheeling High School 
  • John Malcolm, AccelerEyes
  • Glen Otero, Dell
  • Nikolay Piskun, RogueWave
  • Bert Shen and Akira Sano, Supermicro
  • Addison Snell hosting a Missing Middle Panel

And many more. Just stop by booth #2601 to check on times. I'll be introducing at least a few of these talks personally.

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