Georgia Tech @ SC'18
Georgia Tech's robust annual presence at the International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis - widely known as Supercomputing - is one of the largest computational and computing events each year. Particularly, for the College of Computing's School of Computational Science and Engineering, which will present 11 of 23 program events by Georgia Tech at this year's conference. The program will be held November 11–16 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, Texas.
Continue reading below to see all of our programmatic events as well as access the GT@SC'18 Research Slide Deck and our Superheroes of Supercomputing Card Series.
Superheroes of Supercomputing
From tensor blocks to novelty hardware: Faculty and students from several schools, research institutes, and centers at Georgia Tech present some of the most prolific research findings each year at the Supercomputing conference. Research this powerful deserves the title and look of a superhero itself. And so, to promote awareness of its researchers and their work at SC'18 Georgia Tech has created Superheroes of Supercomputing trading cards.
Each card represents one of four technical papers being presented at SC’18 as well as an announcement of the Rogue's Gallery, Georgia Tech’s growing collection of next generation computing hardware. Included on each card are details about how SC’18 conference attendees can enter a contest for the chance to win an Amazon Echo Show courtesy of Amazon through the cards. To enter, attendees can take a photo of any character from the deck out in the world, at home, or at the conference itself and post to Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag: #gtsuperherosc18.
Downloadable versions of the cards can be found here. Winners will be announced Nov. 28.
The paper and center contributions, each with a representative superhero card, are below.
GT @ SC'18 News
- Graph500 Announcement: To Be Announced
- Georgia Tech Superheroes of Supercomputing Make a Powerful Debut at SC'18
GT @ SC '17 News
- 15th Graph500 List Announced, Reveals Top Machines for Running Data Applications
- Diversifying the HPC Community: Q&A with Georgia Tech’s Lorna Rivera
- Georgia Tech Leads the Way into Supercomputing ‘17 with HPC Experts
- Georgia Tech to Participate for the First Time in Supercomputing Student Cluster Competition
GT @ SC'16 News
- RIKEN’s K-Computer Continues to Top Graph 500 List of World’s Fastest Supercomputers
- Pushing HPC Forward: Georgia Tech Heads to Supercomputing '16
We've been attending and presenting at the Supercomputing conference for over 10 years. To see further back into our news archives, click here.