The highly competitive technical program of the annual Supercomputing conference shows broad participation from ALCF researchers this year. Several papers coauthored by ALCF researchers were accepted — one of which is also a finalist for the ACM Gordon Bell Prize — and all feature work either performed on or optimized for Argonne’s Mira supercomputer. Other ALCF participation runs the gamut, from posters and workshops to broader engagement and round table sessions.
Fifteen DOE National Laboratories, including Argonne, will be represented in the exhibit hall in one booth (1327) under the theme of “DOE: HPC for a Greener, Smarter, Safer World” and host presentations, electronic posters, 3D simulations, demonstrations and roundtable discussions.
Iâll be there, trying to take in as many sessions as possible and meeting old friends, colleagues and collaborators. If you want to connect, drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Two papers that I’m involved with are being presented by their main authors. Here are the links: