Program: November 17–22, 2019
Exhibits: November 18–21, 2019

Dates & Deadlines

All Dates & Deadlines   
April 15
ACM Gordon Bell Prize Submissions Close
April 16
Tutorial Submissions Close (No Extensions)
April 23
Submissions close for:
Panels, Test of Time Award
April 26
Student Cluster Competition Applications Close
April 30
ACM SIGHPC/Intel Fellowships in Computational & Data Science Submissions Close
May 1
Housing Reservations Open
ACM/IEEE-CS George Michael Memorial HPC Fellowship Submissions Close

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Engage in a deeper dive on HPC and medicine. Students, post-docs, recruiters – see what's in store at the Job Fair. The Papers committee is reviewing abstracts in anticipation of full submissions. Learn about upgraded functionality for Workshop papers while we finalize and post the schedule. And we reveal the location of the Tech Party!
Take a Deeper Dive

Thought Leaders

Research That Saves Lives

Researchers around the globe are working steadily to identify new methods for detecting and treating all forms of cancer, and HPC is playing a critical role. Discover how the groundbreaking work of two leading computer scientists, Rick Stevens and Amber Simpson, is making an important impact.
Learn About Their Work

Students@SC Success Story

Fostering Generation Next

In the third installment of this series, learn how first-time SCinet student volunteer Christian Melzer's experience working on the fiber and help desk teams built his skillset, confidence, and network. Discover the opportunities he encountered that moved him to apply to be a student volunteer again for SC19.
Be Inspired by Christian

Awards Spotlight

Meet Dr. Lin Gan

To name just two of his many accomplishments, Dr. Lin Gan was part of the team awarded the ACM Gordon Bell Prize in 2016, and part of another team nominated for the prize in 2017. As a highly awarded young researcher it seemed fitting to get his perspective about the future of supercomputing.
Why HPC Is Now

Thought Leaders

The White House AI Initiative

Lynn Parker, a pioneering researcher at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, recently put her academic work on hold to take on a groundbreaking assignment with The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. We discuss her new role, AI in the US (and beyond), and the future impact of HPC on the evolution of AI.
Lynn's Full Interview

Expert Insights

Biomedical Research & HPC

Ari E. Berman, Ph.D, of BioTeam, Inc., guides us through the impact of HPC on the state of biomedical research. Fully detailed are the fascinating dynamics surrounding the rapid evolution of the field, the instrumentation revolution, and the challenges researchers and laboratories are facing, and solving.
Ari's Expert Perspective

Rising Stars

The Value in Volunteering

Sally Ellingson has launched her professional career while also taking on leadership roles with student-focused programs at SC. Now an assistant research professor at the University of Kentucky, Ellingson, learn how her volunteer experience at the conference made a significant impact towards her success.
Sally's Parallel Tracks

SC News

Housing Opens May 1

SC has room blocks reserved at hotels in the vicinity of the Colorado Convention Center in Denver, and a range of prices and hotel types are available. Be sure to book through SC's authorized reservation system, onPeak Compass, in order to get the best rates! The link to their system will be installed on May 1.
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