Georgia Tech’s School of Computational Science, Institute for Data Engineering and Science (IDEaS), Center for High Performance Computing (CHiPC), Center for Research into Novel Computing Hierarchies (CRNCH), and Partnership for Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) invite you to the Advanced Research Computing (ARC) Symposium and Poster Session! Join us for this year’s inaugural ARC Symposium that will highlight Georgia Tech’s efforts in advanced research computing, followed by a poster session and networking with industry partners.
With over a decade of experience as a booth vendor and as one of the top publishing organizations at the Supercomputing Conference Series, Georgia Tech is amping up its online presence this year for SC21’s virtual programming with the ARC Symposium.
ARC Symposium: Wednesday, November 17, 6 p.m. – 8p.m. EST
5:45 PM EST – Floor Opens
6:00 PM EST – Opening Remarks and Welcome
Prof. Srinivas Aluru, Executive Director of IDEaS
6:05 PM EST – “Exploring the Cosmic Graveyard with LIGO and Advanced Research Computing”
Prof. Laura Cadonati, Associate Dean for Research, College of Sciences
6:25 PM EST – “Life after Moore’s Law: HPC is Dead, Long Live HPC!”
Prof. Rich Vuduc, Co-Director of CRNCH
6:45 PM EST – “PACE Update on Advanced Research Computing at Georgia Tech”
Pam Buffington, Interim Associate Director of Research Cyberinfrastructure, PACE/OIT and Director Faculty & External Engagement, Center for 21st Century University
7:00PM EST – Poster Session Opens
8:15PM EST – Event Closes