For the first time in the history of the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC), this year’s ISC will be held as a pure online event due to the coronavirus pandemic. It is called “ISC 2020 Digital” and will take place from 22 to 25 June 2020. It is free of charge and all talks are exclusively available for registered participants for 14 days following the online event. After that they will be open for the general public to access. To register online for ISC2020 Digital and for more information about the agenda, please see https://2020.isc-program.com.

JSC staff will contribute to this event in numerous talks and workshops, including the following: Andreas Lintermann is the co-organizer of the “First International Workshop on the Application of Machine Learning Techniques to Computational Fluid Dynamics Simulations and Analysis”, Alan O’Cais is a speaker in the “Second Workshop on HPC Education and Training for Emerging Technologies”. Kristel Michielsen will give the talk “Quantum Classical Hybrid Computing Models in Modular HPC Systems” in the focus session “New Info from Quantum Computing in Europe”, and Laura Morgenstern and Ivo Kabadshow will present the poster “GPU-Tasking à la Carte? Eventify Meets GPUs” together with Matthias Werner from Chemnitz University of Technology within the PhD Forum. Finally, Dirk Pleiter, together with Manuel Arenaz from University of A Coruña, will give insights into the project Maestro with their poster presentation “Middleware for memory and data-awareness in workflows (Maestro)”.

Detailed information on JSC’s participation can be found at https://www.fz-juelich.de/en/ias/jsc/news/events/exhibitions/isc20.

Contact: Dr. Florian Janetzko, f.janetzko@fz-juelich.de

from JSC News No. 273, 24 June 2020

Last Modified: 18.09.2022