Join the NVIDIA Special Address at SC19

November 18 | 3-5 PM (MT)

Join us at Supercomputing 2019 (SC19) in Denver, Colorado, to see how GPU acceleration is transforming computational science and AI. We will feature speakers, demos, and more in our booth (#901) in the Denver 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

Paola Buitrago

Director, AI & Big Data
Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center / Carnegie Mellon University

Peter Messmer

Senior Manager, Compute Devtech
NVIDIA

Jack Wells

Director of Science
Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility 

CJ Newburn

Principal Architect for HPC,
NVIDIA Compute Software
NVIDIA

Dan Jacobson

Chief Scientist for Computational Systems Biology
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Tom Jonsthovel

HPC Architect
Schlumberger SNTC

Annemarie Southwell

Compiler Manager
NVIDIA

Adrian Roitberg

Full Professor, Department of Chemistry
University of Florida

Theater

Theater

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

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Developer Zone

Developer Zone

Want to make your applications faster and smarter? Stop by our in-booth Developer Zone to speak with experts and learn more about the NVIDIA Developer Program.

Before this year’s event, catch up on the developer celebration we held at SC18, including our “1 Million Developer” wall:

Read Blog Post: SC18: World’s Best-Educated Graffiti Wall Celebrates GPU Developer Community

Fortran, C, and C++ for the Tesla Platform

Increase Your GPU Programming Productivity

Join the PGI Compilers & Tools team to learn how to use the PGI C++ compiler to program NVIDIA GPUs using standard C++17 parallel algorithms and increase your GPU programming productivity with OpenACC Fortran, C, and C++ compilers. See how 200+ science and engineering applications have been parallelized using OpenACC for both GPUs and multi-core CPUs, delivering world-class acceleration.

The Student Cluster Competition

The Student Cluster Competition

The Student Cluster Competition at SC19 is designed to inspire students to pursue interests in 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.

 

Read Blog Post: Six New Teams Vie to Take Crown in Student Cluster Challenge at SC19

For more information on the competition, visit the SC19 website.

Partners at SC19

Ace Computers
Adaptive Computing
Advanced Clustering
Advantech
Altair
ARM
ASRock Rack
Atipa
Atos
AWS
Azure
Boston
Boxx
Bright Computing
Cisco
Colfax
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DDC
DDN
Dell
Fujitsu
Gigabyte
Google Cloud
HPE
HPC Systems
IBM Power Systems
IBM Spectrum
Inspur
Julia Computing
Kitware
lenovo
Liqid
MathWorks
Megware
Mellanox
Microway
NCHC
NEC
NetApp
one stop systems
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Penguin Computing
Pure Storage
QCT
Red Barn
Red Hat
Scalematrix
SchedMD
Score-P
ServerFarm
Silicon Mechanics
Slurm
Supermicro
Tau
Tohoku University
Total View
Tyan
Univa
University of Oregon
University of Tennessee
University of Tsukuba CCS
Vampir
vmware
Weka.io
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