About Supercomputing Frontiers
Supercomputing Frontiers is an annual international conference that provides a platform for thought leaders from both academia and industry to interact and discuss visionary ideas, important visionary trends and substantial innovations in supercomputing.
The first three editions of the conference were organised in Singapore by A*STAR Computational Resource Centre and National Supercomputing Centre Singapore, the fourth — by Interdisciplinary Centre for Mathematical and Computer Modeling (ICM), University of Warsaw, Poland. Previous editions of the conference showcased a successful scientific programme with eminent plenary keynote speakers such as Thomas Sterling, Satoshi Matsuoka, Robert Harrison, Rick Stevens, Jack Dongarra, Alan Gara, John Gustafson, Srinivas Aluru, Baroness Susan Greenfield, Horst Simon, Bronis R. De Supinski, Gordon Bell, Alessandro Curioni, Thom H. Dunning Jr. and Haohuan Fu. Selected papers from the conference were published in the international journal Supercomputing Frontiers & Innovations in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
Please follow the links below if you wish to explore the research programme of previous conferences:
The fifth edition of Supercomputing Frontiers will be held in Warsaw, Poland and will feature an exciting lineup of speakers. The programme will include sessions on:
- Supercomputing applications in domains of critical impact in scientific, economic and human terms, and especially those requiring computing resources approaching Exascale;
- Cryptography and HPC: classical, quantum and post-quantum;
- Big data science merging with supercomputing with associated issues of I/O, high bandwidth networking, storage, workflows, real time processing, graph methods;
- Architectural complexity of Exascale systems with special focus on new and special purpose processor architectures, supercomputing interconnects, interconnect topologies and routing;
- Cosmology, Astrophysics – Big Data and Big Iron;
- Genomics, Proteomics, Metabolomics and Connectomics;
- Any other topic that pushes the boundaries of supercomputing to exascale and beyond.