Table of Contents of 2011 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis Proceedings (SC11)
First-principles calculations of a silicon nanowire on the “K computer” Awarded by ACM Gordon Bell Prize
Research results obtained using the “K computer” were awarded the ACM Gordon Bell Prize, Peak-Performance at SC11, the International Conference for High Performance Computing
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang gave an electrifying opening keynote today at SC11, the annual gathering of the international supercomputing community, as it gears up for the industry’s next grand challenge: exascale computing.
OpenACC is a new open parallel programming standard designed to enable the millions of scientific and technical programmers to easily take advantage of the transformative power of heterogeneous CPU/GPU computing systems.
This workshop aims at addressing this pressing issue by fostering communication between visualization researchers and the users of visualization. Attendees will be introduced to the latest and greatest research innovations in large data visualization, and also learn how these innovations impact scientific supercomputing and discovery process.
Intel next week plans to mark its re-entry into the high performance computer market with the introduction of new motherboards and chasses its system builder and integrator partners can use to develop HPC offerings.
Can’t make it to SC11? Join the NVIDIA GPU Technology Theater from the comfort of your own desk with the Facebook live stream.
On behalf of members, OpenHMPP Consortium invites you to a BoF on a new initiative for an open standard for a new heterogeneous GPU and many-core programming