CEO JENSEN HUANG TAKES THE STAGE AT SUPERCOMPUTING 2018

November 12 | Dallas, Texas

Come join us at Supercomputing 2018 (SC18) in Dallas, Texas and see how GPU-accelerated computing is transforming the landscape of computational science and AI.

We‘ll have featured speakers, demos, and more in our booth (#2417) in the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center. Explore cutting-edge technologies, dive deep into groundbreaking research, and meet with leaders from a broad range of industries, geographies, and scientific disciplines.

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FEATURED SPEAKERS

Marc Hamilton

Vice President of Solutions Architecture and Engineering
NVIDIA

CJ Newburn

Principal Architect for HPC,
NVIDIA Compute Software
NVIDIA

Peter Messmer

Senior Manager Compute Devtech
NVIDIA

Michela Taufer

Professor in High Performance Computing and SC19
Conference Chair
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Stephen Jones

Principal Software Engineer
NVIDIA

Fernanda Foertter

GPU Developer Advocate (Healthcare, HPC + AI)
NVIDIA

THEATER

The in-booth theater will feature talks on a wide
range of topics and is open to all attendees.

NVIDIA Booth #2417
Monday, 11/12 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm.
Tuesday, 11/13: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Wednesday, 11/14: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Thursday, 11/15: 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

Developer Zone

DEVELOPER ZONE

Want to make your applications faster and smarter? Stop by the in-booth Developer Zone to speak with an HPC and deep learning expert or take an NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute (DLI) self-paced lab.

The NVIDIA Deep Learning Institute offers training for accelerated computing and AI developers and researchers to solve real-world problems. By taking a lab, you’ll learn to:

  • Get started with HPC and deep learning on GPUs.
  • Accelerated your applications with CUDA C/C++, Fortran, Python, OpenACC and drop-in math libraries.
  • Increase your programming productivity by applying best practices for debugging and advanced optimization techniques.

CONTAINER READY CLUSTER

We are organizing a 2-hour one-on-one session at Supercomputing to help get your system container-ready and test out the containers we offer on  NVIDIA GPU Cloud (NGC). During the session you’ll get assistance with:

  • Installing the container runtime
  • Pulling and running HPC and DL containers
  • Instructions for end users to run NGC containers

If you're attending SC18 and would like to sign up for a session, Contact us.

The Future Of Gpu Programming

THE FUTURE OF GPU PROGRAMMING

Across the aisle from our booth, the PGI Compilers & Tools team will be sharing insight and results from working with the new parallel programming constructs in C++17 and Fortran 2018. The C++17 parallel STL was designed specifically to support GPUs, and F18 can be used to map loop-level parallelism directly to GPUs. Visit the PGI booth (#2218) to see how OpenACC can be used today as the bridge to these standards. Watch the demos and pick up a free limited-edition PGI beanie!

The Student Cluster Competition

THE STUDENT CLUSTER
COMPETITION

NVIDIA is a silver sponsor of this year’s Student Cluster Competition at SC18, designed to inspire students to pursue interests in high-performance computing (HPC). This competition provides an immersive HPC experience to undergraduate and high school students as they design and build small clusters, learn scientific applications, and optimize their architectures in a non-stop, 48-hour challenge.

For more information on the competition, visit the SC18 Website

SOLVE THE UNSOLVABLE IN EVERY INDUSTRY

NVIDIA is widely viewed as one of the technology world’s most desirable employers attracting the best people.

We create an environment that lets our employees do their life’s work.Our employees and culture are dedicated to achieving what no one else has achieved before and making a lasting impact on the world.

Stop by booth #2417, Hall D to speak to members of our recruiting team or visit our career site at JOBS AT NVIDIA.

Powering the World’s Fastest Supercomputers

GPU computing is the most accessible and energy-efficient path forward for high performance computing (HPC) and the data center. In fact, five of the six Gordon Bell Prize finalists use supercomputers powered by NVIDIA GPUs. The winner will be announced on November 15 at Supercomputing 2018.

Today, NVIDIA powers the fastest supercomputers in the U.S. and Europe, as well as some of the most advanced systems under construction. In the U.S., Oak Ridge National Labs (ORNL) has introduced Summit, the world’s smartest and most powerful supercomputer. Summit fuses HPC and AI computing with more than 27,000 NVIDIA Volta™ Tensor Core GPUs for over 200 petaFLOPS of double-precision computing for HPC, and 3 exaFLOPS of mixed-precision computing to accelerate scientific discovery.

Solving Genetic Mysteries

From sustainable bioenergy to better understanding disease, Oak Ridge National Lab’s Biosciences Division counts on the Summit supercomputer, powered by NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core GPUs, to solve fundamental biological problems that were impossible before. Watch Video >

Exploring Supernova Explosions

Oak Ridge National Lab’s Scientific Computing Group is using the incredible performance and memory of NVIDIA Volta GPUs to explore supernova explosions and new parts of the nuclear landscape.
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Enabling Scientific Innovation

From earthquakes and clean energy to supernovas, the DOE empowers scientists to explore their ideas on the GPU-powered Summit supercomputer at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility.
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DEMONSTRATING A UNIFIED PLATFORM FOR HPC AND AI

AI is being leveraged to accelerate innovation and discovery in the study of scientific astrophysics, weather forecasting, energy exploration, and molecular dynamics. SC18 will showcase this growing convergence of HPC and AI through a wide range of presentations, demos, and panel discussions.

NVIDIA PARTNERS AT SC18

NVIDIA Partners At SC18