Virtual Party and HPC Poster Show

Georgia Tech’s Partnership for Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) is hosting a student poster show and virtual party that will be held in conjunction with SC20 activities. 

Researchers and representatives from PACE, CRNCH, and WHPC+ will also be in attendance with virtual rooms for each.

Date and Time: Monday, Nov. 16, 5:45 – 7:45 PM ET

HPC Poster Session Submission Page

GT@SC20 Virtual Party Page:

The Virtual Party and HPC Poster Show will be held on the Gather Town platform. If you are new to to Gather Town, check out this brief FAQ prior to the event.

Student Cluster Competition Daily Check-In

Show Dates: Nov. 7 – Nov. 11

This will comprise a daily video check in with Team Phoenix will be posted here and on the GT Computing YouTube channel by 4:30 PM ET

Arm HPC User Group (AHUG) Live Panels

The first official Arm HPC User Group (AHUG) proceedings have begun with ~25 presentations now available, and three live (virtual) roundtable panels set to take place next week.

AHUG is hosting the virtual event in partnership with Arm and in tandem with SC20 to promote the work done by Arm users over the past year. Yesterday (Nov. 4), AHUG released the user experience videos on its newly created AHUG YouTube channel.

Three live panels will be held Monday, November 9th from 8-11 U.S. PST, featuring a subset of the speakers from these virtual talks. An SVE Hackathon will be held November 10th, run by Arm.

The agenda and schedule are now live on the AHUG website. The videos and round table panels are organized into three tracks: 1) Arm silicon and solution providers, 2) on-site experiences of deploying Arm-based hardware and software, and 3) recent scientific results achieved on Arm.

Registration is free.