[hpc-announce] Call for Participation: HiPC 2018 (Bengaluru, India 17-20 December)

Anand Panangadan anandvp at hipc.org
Sat Nov 24 17:52:15 CST 2018

HiPC 2018 - For Release 20 November 2018
25th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing, Data, and
Analytics (HiPC 2018) December 17-20, 2018 Radisson Blu Hotel Bengaluru,
TUTORIALS The HiPC 2018 meeting will offer four tutorials covering topics
of interest to the broader HPC and Data Science Communities. Two of the
tutorials will be held on December 16th, the day before the conference
begins. They are free but may require registration. See web for details.
Satellite Tutorial 1: --FPGA-based Accelerated Cloud Computing (Xilinx)
Satellite Tutorial 2: --Cloud Services for Performing Scientific Computing
and Data Management (Microsoft) Conference Tutorials 3 and 4 (to be held on
20th December as part of conference) --HCLib: A Task based Parallel
Programming Model --A Language and Framework for Prototyping and
Experimenting with Edge Oriented IoT
DESCRIPTION OF CONFERENCE PROGRAM HiPC 2018 is the 25th edition of the IEEE
Conference on High Performance Computing, Data, and Analytics. It serves as
a forum to present current work by top researchers in the field and to
highlight the activities in Asia in the area of high performance computing
and related scientific, engineering, and commercial applications. To mark
the 25th anniversary of HiPC, a special lecture and several celebratory
events are planned. TECHNICAL SESSIONS Thirty-three papers out of 149
submissions have been accepted for presentation at the conference (22%
acceptance rate). The papers were submitted either to HPC tracks
(Algorithms, Applications, Architecture and Software) or to Data Science
tracks (Big Data Algorithms and Analytics, Big Data Systems and Software).
Accepted papers will be presented in six technical sessions on days 2, 3
and 4: Learning, Graph Algorithms, GPUs, Linear Algebra and Fault
Tolerance, Algorithms and Data Analysis, and Applications and System Tools.
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS Day 2 - Balaraman Ravindran, Indian Institute of
Technology, Madras Looking Under the Hood of Deep Neural Networks Day 3 -
Marc Snir, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Future of
Supercomputing Day 4 - Srini Devadas, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Secure High-Performance Computer Architectures: Challenges and
Opportunities WORKSHOPS Complementing the main technical program, six
workshops with programs and speakers that help to broaden the technical
scope of the conference will be held on day 1 (December 17th) of the
conference: 1: Parallel Fast Fourier Transform (PFFT) 2: Computational
Fluid Dynamics (CFD) 3: Artificial Intelligence Meets Blockchain (AIMB) 4:
Women in Data Science and High Performance Computing (WDSHPC) 5:
Convergence of High Performance Computing and Artificial Intelligence
(HPC&AI) 6: EduHiPC Workshop - Posters only STUDENT RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM The
meeting will also host the 11th Student Research Symposium (SRS) aimed at
fostering student research and providing a forum for students to present
their work in all areas related to HPC and Data Science. Twenty-one papers
have been accepted for poster presentation.
Industry Research & User Symposium (IRUS) and Industry Exhibits The theme
for this year’s IRUS is the Impact of Computational and Data Science
technologies on emerging Digital Economy. The symposium will be held on
19th December and will contain 3 speakers from established as well as
emerging players. On days 2 and 3, there will be a full program of industry
exhibits and events.
General Co-Chairs: Chiranjib Sur, Shell, India and Yinglong Xia, Huawei
Research America, USA Program Chair, HPC: Olivier Beaumont, Inria, France
Program Chair, Data Science: Srinivas Aluru, Georgia Institute of
Technology, USA Steering Chair: Viktor K. Prasanna, University of Southern
California, USA
SPONSORSHIP HiPC is co-sponsored by IEEE Computer Society’s Technical
Committee on Parallel Processing (TCPP) and the HiPC Trust, India In
cooperation with ACM Special Interest Group on Algorithms and Computation
Theory (SIGACT) ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Architecture
(SIGARCH) IFIP Working Group on Concurrent Systems Manufacturers’
Association for Information Technology (MAIT) National Association of
Software and Service Companies (NASSCOM) Industry sponsors & partners
include: Microsoft (Titanium); Intel and Shell (Platinum); and Boston,
Google, Infosys, NetApp, TATA, and Xilinx (Gold). Visit the HiPC website to
see full listing of all industry partners and exhibitors.
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