Registration is open for ISC 2016, Europe’s most important high performance computing (HPC) conference.
The Next Platform will be there in Frankfurt, June 19-23 – along with some 3000 attendees. For those who can’t be there we will cover the keynotes, some of the conference sessions, and arrange plenty of interviews with researchers, end-users and vendors.
Take a break from it all on Tuesday with us during our drinks party, co-hosted with HPC analysts, Intersect360 from 6:00-7:30. More information about that is available here.
We are looking forward to this year’s keynotes, which include Andrew Ng, chief scientist at Baidu, China’s internet behemoth. His talk, entitled ‘How HPC is supercharging machine learning’, focuses on the latest trends in artificial intelligence and will explore how HPC researchers drive significant progress in artificial intelligence.
Also, the organizers have scheduled a seriously interesting conference agenda which, as always, focuses on ‘HPC technological development and its application in scientific fields, as well as its adoption in commercial environments’. This year there is also a strong emphasis on emerging technologies, such as robotics and machine learning.
Last but not least, the educationally minded among you can round out the conference by signing up for tutorials and workshops.
You can check out ISC 2016’s agenda in full here.
And here is a handy link for registration. The early birds deadline is May 11, so time to get cracking!