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Registration opens for SC10

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Registration for SC10, the international conference on HPC, networking, storage and analysis, is now open on the SC10 registration website. In addition, SC10's technical programme schedule is now available in a new interactive calendar format.

SC10, the 23rd annual conference in this series, will take place from 13-19 November in New Orleans, Louisiana.  More than 11,000 attendees from industry, academia and government are expected to attend. The technical programme will offer a broad spectrum of technical presentations and discussions, including peer‐reviewed papers, panels, tutorials, workshops and posters that showcase the latest findings from laboratories and research institutions around the world.

For SC10, the technological thrust areas that will be featured prominently are climate simulation, heterogeneous computing and data‐intensive computing. The climate simulation area will highlight the importance of HPC-based research to help scientists understand global warming, climate change and other environmental processes. The heterogeneous computing thrust area will examine the technological and research advances in software scientists will need to use accelerator‐based computing, which is now occurring on large‐scale machines and could propel supercomputing to the exascale level. The third SC10 technological thrust area, data-intensive computing, will spotlight innovative research and solutions for managing data across distributed HPC systems, especially hardware and software requirements for effective data transfer.