We are very pleased to announce that high performance computing (HPC) stalwart Professor Daniel Reed, Presidential Professor in Computational Science at the University of Utah, will be the ISC Monday Keynote speaker. He will address an audience of 3,500 HPC practitioners and enthusiasts on the subject of “Reinventing High Performance Computing,” which is also the underlying theme of this year’s conference program.
Recently, Pekka Manninen, the Director of Science and Technology at CSC, Finland, revealed that LUMI, Europe’s fastest and most energy-efficient supercomputer, is now fully ready for European scientific research.
In conjunction with that news, we are pleased to share that we will host a EuroHPC session at ISC 2023.
Greetings, and welcome to a brand new year that brings new opportunities!
Over the multi-year campaign to move from petascale HPC to the first generation of exascale systems, we have seen a slowdown in the performance growth rate of systems across the board. Whereas in the past, we have become used to a cadence of 10-11 years for each 1000x improvement in LINPACK measured performance, the new projections plot a growth rate of 10x every ten years as measured by LINPACK.