Supercomputing (SC) conferences is one of the premier events that attracts researchers, scientists, computing center staff members, IT and data center management, application developers, computer manufacturing personnel, program managers, journalists and congressional staffers from industry, academia, and national labs all over the world. Established 21 years ago, the SC conference continues to grow steadily in size and impact each year. This year’s event is happening in Portland, OR from November 14th to 20th. This year’s Plenary speakers include Justin Rattner (Intel Senior Fellow and CTO) and Al Gore (Former U.S. Vice President). During the next couple of weeks, you can see many posts related to HPC.
The Technical Papers program is the crown jewel of SC conference. This year’s program has papers from a variety of advanced research topics in HPC, spanning six areas—Applications, Architecture/Networks, Grids/Clouds, Performance, Storage, and Systems Software. After an extremely rigorous peer review process, 59 papers were accepted for presentation, covering hot topics of today such as Multicore/GPUs/Storage/Sustainability/Clouds, leading to exascale era of the future, resulting in one of the most exciting papers program in the history of SC.
While the papers of the Technical Program will be available online in IEEE/ACM publications, we collected most of the papers from the websites of authors’ and post links to most of the accepted papers here.