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The #HPCMatters campaign seeks to bring high-level exposure and understanding of High Performance Computing (HPC), to a diverse audience of policymakers, conference participants, and the general public.
Through a series of high-impact videos, social media campaign and plenary sessions during SC, #HPCmatters is educating and inspiring our community and the public on the impact of HPC on our daily lives. From predicting hurricanes to analyzing climate change to making safer cars, HPC was there first, and the research leading to those discoveries is often presented at SC. These videos will serve to celebrate that involvement in our lives, while make the case that HPC is a valuable investment for our future.
This year, Diane Bryant, senior vice president and general manager, Data Center Group at Intel, will speak at the upcoming SC15 conference HPC Matters Plenary Session to discuss how next-generation supercomputers are transforming HPC and presenting exciting opportunities to advance scientific research and discovery to deliver far-reaching impacts on society.
Based on the interest in this session we are pleased to announce that Intel will sponsor a live webcast of the HPC Matters Plenary for those who are not able to attend in Austin. Please join us on Monday, November 16th, at 5:30 p.m central standard time at this website.
In Austin the session will be open to all SC attendees and located in Ballroom DEFG. A badge is required, but there is no fee to attend this Plenary. You can pick-up a complimentary badge in registration if needed. Seats are on a first-come basis.
To view the digital library containing short videos telling compelling stories of how HPC Matters, click here.