HPC Systems Professionals Workshop

HPCSYSPROS17

November 2017, Denver, CO

 
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Held in conjunction with SC17

The International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis

 

 Quick Information

In order to meet the demands of high performance computing (HPC) researchers, large-scale computational and storage machines require many staff members who design, install, and maintain these systems. These HPC systems professionals include system engineers, system administrators, network administrators, storage administrators and operations staff all who face problems that are specific to high performance systems.

The Systems Professionals Workshop intends to be a platform for discussing the unique challenges that come from supporting large-scale, high performance systems. We are soliciting submissions that speak directly to the state of the practice of standing up and operating high performance systems with an emphasis on solutions that can be implemented by systems staff at other institutions.

After a successful first workshop last year, we are planning the 2017 version. The workshop will be Monday, Nov 13, 2017 from 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM.

 Keynote Speaker

Greg Kurtzer, Singularity

 Call for Papers

Supercomputing systems present complex challenges to personnel who design, deploy and maintain these systems. Standing up these systems and keeping them running require novel solutions that are unique to high performance computing. The success of any supercomputing center depends on stable and reliable systems, and HPC Systems Professionals are crucial to that success.

The Second Annual HPC Systems Professionals Workshop will bring together systems administrators, systems architects, and systems analysts in order to share best practices, discuss cutting-edge technologies, and advance the state-of-the-practice for HPC systems. Submissions are encouraged that discuss all aspects of HPC systems design, implementation, maintenance, and security.

Download our Call for Papers Flyer. Submissions are via EasyChair.

 Topics of Interest

Here are some topics of interest for this group. Note that these are here to indicate direction, not to disallow other related topics.

Example paper ideas might be:

 Calendar

EventDate
Workshop Proposal SubmissionFeb 5, 2017
Paper Submission DeadlineSep 10, 2017
Paper Acceptance NotificationsSept 30, 2017
Lightning Talk DeadlineOct 27, 2017
Camera ready papersOct 6, 2017
WorkshopNov 13, 2017 (9:00 AM to 5:30 PM)

 Organizing Committee

PositionNameAffiliation
ChairRandy HerbanMicrosoft
Vice ChairJenett TillotsonIndiana University
Program Committee ChairAlex YountsPurdue University
Organizing Committee William ScullinArgonne
Isaac TraxlerLSU
David CliftonAnsys
Paul PeltzLos Alamos

 Program Committee

NameAffiliation
Spencer JulianNvidia
David KingNCSA
John BlaasCU Boulder
John-Michael MulesaGoogle
Jeff RaymondUniversity of Pittsburgh
Stephen HarrellPurdue
Mike ShueyFacebook
Andy SydelkoPurdue
Robert StobberBright Computing
Brett BodeUniversity of Illinois
Sharan KalwaniMichigan State
Randy SchauerRaytheon Company
Brady BlackIntel
Honwai LeongNCSA
Scott McMillanNVidia
Matt EzellOak Ridge National Laboratory
Mike RequaMicrosoft
Siddharth BhatiaBITS Pilani

 Contact Information

Please send email to hpcsyspros.

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