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NCSA at SC23 Technical Program

NCSA to participate in SC23

Every day for more than 35 years, NCSA has partnered with visionaries to find answers to problems across a wide variety of disciplines. Our advanced digital resources, software and visualization capabilities combined with our world-class staff push research into areas previously thought to be unimaginable, putting answers within reach.

Join us at SC23 November 12–17 in-person or virtually.

NCSA features ways to find answers that are more than you can imagine.

We’ll be on the exhibit floor.

Stop by and say hello if you’re at the conference in Denver!

Explore exciting career opportunities at NCSA.

Talk to our team and subject matter experts at the SC23 Job Fair. Learn how you can help us impact more than ever.

Our expert staff are an integral part of the program.

Check out our staff’s technical program participation below and don’t miss your opportunity to learn more than the basics from them.

You still have time to register to attend SC23, either in-person or virtually!

SUNDAY, November 12

Adam Stuart – UIUC
Tutorial – Managing HPC Software Complexity with Spack
8:30 am – 5 pm MST
Location: 404
Daniel S. Katz – NCSA, UIUC
Workshop – Research Software Engineers in HPC (RSE-HPC-2023)
9:00 am – 12:30 pm MST
Location: 507

Monday, November 13

William Gropp – NCSA, UIUC
Tutorial – Advanced MPI Programming
8:30 am – 5 pm MST
Location: 201
Also speaking for 90 minutes, likely right after lunch
Kastan Day, Matthew Berry, Daniel S. Katz, Volodymyr Kindratenko – NCSA, UIUC
Workshop – Leveraging Large Language Models to Build and Execute Computational Workflows
10:43 am – 10:53 am MST
Location: 704–706
Marc Snir, Jiakun Yan – UIUC
Workshop – Design and Analysis of the Network Software Stack of an Asynchronous Many-Task System – The LCI Parcelport of HPX
11:18 am – 11:42 am MST
Location: 702
Paul Fischer – UIUC
Workshop – Scaling Computational Fluid Dynamics: In Situ Visualization of NekRS using SENSEI
12 pm – 12:20 pm MST
Location: 710
Scott Lathrop – NCSA, UIUC
Workshop – Tenth SC Workshop on Best Practices for HPC Training and Education
2 pm – 5:20 pm MST
Location: 607
Laxmikant Kale – UIUC
Workshop – PAW-ATM Panel Discussion: Charting Paths to Success with Alternatives to MPI+X
3:54 pm – 5:20 pm MST
Location: 702

Tuesday, November 14

William Gropp – NCSA, UIUC
Presenting IEEE-CS awards before the Keynote presentation
8:30 am – 10:00 am
Daniel S. Katz – NCSA, UIUC
Panel – RSEs in HPC Centers: Funding, Coordinating, Doing
10:30 am – 12 pm MST
Location: 201–203
Paul Fischer, Yu-Hsiang Lan, Thilina Tathnayake, Malachi Phillips – UIUC
Awards – Exascale Multiphysics Nuclear Reactor Simulations for Advanced Designs
11:30 am – 12 pm MST
Location: 501–502
William Gropp – NCSA, UIUC
Birds of a Feather – Introducing MPI 4.1, the Newest Version of the Message Passing Interface Standard
12:15 pm – 1:15 pm MST
Location: 205–207
Kalina Borkiewicz – NCSA, UIUC
Inclusivity – Cinematic Scientific Visualization: Where computational science meets the silver screen
3:30 pm – 5 pm MST
Location: 605
Zane Fink – UIUC
Paper – HPAC-Offload: Accelerating HPC Applications with Portable Approximate Computing on the GPU
4 pm – 4:30 pm MST
Location: 401–402
Santiago Núñez-Corrales – NCSA, UIUC
Birds of a Feather – A Component-Based Approach for Integrating Quantum Computing Test Beds into HPC Environments: Challenges and Opportunities
5:15 pm – 6:45 pm MST
Location: 403–404
Daniel S. Katz – NCSA, UIUC
Birds of a Feather – Machine Learning from the Data’s Perspective: Data-Centric AI for Scientific Computing
5:15 pm – 6:45 pm MST
Location: 501–502
Kalina Borkiewicz, Jeff Carpenter, Stuart Levy, Eric Jensen, Bradley Thompson, Eli Joteva, Mark Van Moer, Jill P. Naiman – NCSA, UIUC
Scientific Visualization & Data Analytics Showcase – A Journey to the Center of the Milky Way: Stellar Orbits around its Central Black Hole
5:15 pm – 7 pm MST
Location: DEF Concourse

Wednesday, November 15

William Gropp – NCSA, UIUC
Chair – IEEE-CS award winner talks
8:30 am  – 10 am MST
Phuong Cao – UIUC
Posters – Preemptive Intrusion Detection: Real-world Measurements, Bayesian-based detection, and AI-driven countermeasures
12:20 pm – 12:55 pm MST
Location: E Concourse
Seid Koric, Shirui Luo – NCSA, UIUC
Awards – Toward Exascale Computation for Turbomachinery Flows
3:30 pm – 4 pm MST
Location: 501–502
Edward Hutter, Edgar Solomonik – UIUC
Paper – Application Performance Modeling via Tensor Completion
4 pm – 4:30 pm MST
Location: 401–402
Raghavendra Kanakagiri – UIUC
Paper – High-Performance and Programmable Attentional Graph Neural Networks with Global Tensor Formulations
4:30 pm – 5 pm MST
Location: 401–402
Daniel S. Katz – NCSA, UIUC
Birds of a Feather – Scientific Software and the People Who Make It Happen: Building Communities of Practice
5:15 pm – 6:45 pm MST
Location: 505

Thursday, November 16

Denice Ward Hood – UIUC
Invited Talk – Computing and Culture
8:40 am – 9:20 am MST
Location: Mile High Ballroom
Brett Bode – NCSA, UIUC
Birds of a Feather – ACCESS Resource Provider Forum
12:15 pm – 1:15 pm MST
Location: 405–406–407
William Gropp, Daniel S. Katz, Ed Karrels – NCSA, UIUC
Paper – Fine-Grained Policy-Driven I/O Sharing for Burst Buffers
4 pm – 4:30 pm MST
Location: 401–402


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