Exciting HPC conference in Bristol
06 April 2011
There is still time to register for next week's Many-core and Reconfigurable Supercomputing Conference (MRSC), which this year is being held at the University of Bristol from April 11-13th.
MRSC is Europe's largest conference focusing on the use of GPUs and FPGAs in High Performance Computing (HPC).
Keynote talks include:
* Professor Satoshi Matsuoka, Tokyo Tech: "Tsubame 2.0 -- Environmentally-Friendly Petascale Computing and its Possible Contributions to High-Resolution Natural Disaster Simulations"
* Dr Kristzian Flautner, VP of Research and Development at ARM: "Scaling cubic millimeters to cubic kilometers: computing challenges over the next decade"
* Professor David May: "Novel approaches to energy efficient processor design"
The full conference programme is out now:
The programme includes a day of tutorials in Cuda, OpenCL, PGI's GPU tools and Convey's reconfigurable technology:
The conference also includes a vendor exhibit area with the opportunity for hands-on time with many of the latest GPU and FPGA technologies. See our sponsor area for a complete list of who'll be there: http://www.mrsc2011.eu/sponsors.
There is an opening drinks reception at the award-winning hands-on science exhibition, "@Bristol", while the conference dinner is onboard Brunel's historic SS Great Britain.
There are already over 100 delegates signed up so this is proving to be quite a popular event, but there's always space for a few more, and we look forward to seeing many of you at the conference next week!