deliver her keynote on Tuesday, July 14. In this presentation
“Applications Leveraging Supercomputing Systems,” she will
analyze the key issues of application scalability for HPC systems
in the post-petascale era and will highlight a co-design approach
for the R&D activities to deliver a system capable of efficient
computing at scale.
The Wednesday July 15 keynote will be delivered by ISC perennial favorite, Dr. Thomas
Sterling, who is currently the Professor
of Informatics & Computing at Indiana
University. Once again he will be focusing
on “HPC Achievement and Impact,” sharing
with attendees the important advances in HPC
system capabilities, new results of technology
research, and ambitious plans towards the
realization of future extreme-scale
computing. Please come early since
the room usually gets packed rather quickly for this particular talk.
#4 THE ISC EXHIBITION
A visit of the ISC Exhibition is a must! With 160 HPC vendors,
international research organizations, laboratories and universities
exhibiting in over 2,000 square meters of booth space, this is easily the largest HPC exhibition in Europe.
Apart from a couple of HPC companies missing out on the show,
the rest of the world’s biggest players in the industry will be here
to connect with attendees.
This event isn’t only entertaining, it is also highly informative as
you’ll gain a good overview of some of the latest products and
solutions available out there in the market. Don’t mistake this
session for a sales pitch – it is not!
#3 THE ISC KEYNOTES (MONDAY - WEDNESDAY)
No conference is complete without a keynote address, and at ISC
2015 we offer you three – one on each conference day, focusing
on present innovations and future challenges.
This year’s conference keynote will be about some of the classiest
cars on the road today! Juergen Kohler, the head of the NVH CAE
and Vehicle Concepts at Daimler AG, will share how his business
unit at Mercedes-Benz employs high-capacity
computer clusters to digitally predesign each
component. The goal is to fulfill functional
requirements such as passive and active
safety and driving comfort, as well to
prevent manufacturing variations during
the actual production. This talk, titled
“High- Performance Computing – Highly
Efficient Development – Mercedes-Benz
Cars,” will be delivered on the morning of
Monday, July 13.
Professor Dr. Yutong Lu the
Director of System Software
Laboratory at the National
University of Defense
Technology, China, will