Encouraging Diversity in HPC
Diversity is important in all industries, but perhaps especially so in supercomputing. Hear from Alison Kennedy, STFC Hartree Centre and co-founder of Women in HPC, and Shin-Wen Kuo, VP & COO of HPE’s HPC and AI business as they share practical ways organizations can encourage, hire, and promote diversity.
Exascale is Here!
Now that we’ve arrived at the Exascale Era, hear from Oak Ridge National Laboratory on what’s next, including some early science results run on Frontier. Also hear from Argonne National Laboratory and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory as they progress closer to their systems being online, and what preparations are underway so their science teams can hit the road running. And hear from Trish Damkroger Chief Product Officer for
HPE’s HPC and AI business she shares her perspectives now that we’ve crossed into the Exascale Era, and what’s next for the break-thru technology that made it possible.
The View from the DoE
In this discussion, Dr. Asmeret Asefaw Berhe, Director of the Office of Science for the U.S. Department of Energy, details the impacts of an Exascale machine on the DoE’s research arsenal — what it means for science, advancement, and increased access for people who make breakthroughs possible. Host Justin Hotard, HPE’s Executive Vice President and General Manager, HPC & AI, will share his vision of the possibilities when Exascale meets AI and takes on big data workloads.
What’s New with Pawsey?
Listen in as we provide an update on what’s new with Pawsey Supercomputing Centre. Mark Stickells, Executive Director joins ESG Practice Director Scott Sinclair as they discuss the transition from their Magnus supercomputer to Setonix, highlight some recent science, as well as delve into the what’s important to the organization from diversity to honoring the culture and region they are located in.
What’s New with LUMI?
Join us for an update on CSC and the LUMI supercomputer. Kimmo Koski, Managing Director for LUMI joins ESG Practice Director Scott Sinclair for a discussion about the priority science, the benefits of being part of a multi-country consortium, and the unique benefits of the geography where LUMI is located.