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GATHERING THE BEST OF HPC IN ASIA

11 to 14 MARCH 2019

Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre

SINGAPORE

ABOUT CONFERENCE

Organised by NSCC, SupercomputingAsia 2019 (SCA19) is an annual conference that encompasses an umbrella of notable supercomputing and allied events in Asia. SCA19 will be held from 11 to 14 March 2019.

The key objective is to promote a vibrant and relevant HPC ecosystem in Asia. Delegates will be able to gain access to visionary insights from thought leaders in academia and industry, optimum networking opportunities and the Supercomputing community in Asia.

HIGHLIGHTS FROM SCA 2018

Attended by over 800 delegates from more than 24 countries

Opening Keynote Speaker, Dr Goh Eng Lim,

VP & CTO, HPC and AI,
Hewlett Packard Enterprise

Keynote Speaker, Dr Satoshi Sekiguchi,

VP, Director General, Department of Information
Technology and Human Factors, National
Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
Technology (AIST)

Guest-Of-Honour, Dr Janil Puthucheary,

Senior Minister of State, Ministry of
Communications and Information, Singapore

WHAT’S IN SCA 19?

HPC Futures

Hyperscalers, Exa, AI & Quantum and Beyond

CO-LOCATED EVENTS

CONTINUOUS TRACKS AND PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

  • Quantum Computing

  • Precision Medicine

  • Hyperscalers

  • Green Data Centre Strategies and Management

  • HPC Techniques in Processing Geospatial Data

  • Industry Talks by Leading Vendors

  • Technical Papers & Posters Presentation

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Unifying the Future Pillars in HPC

Prof Lu Yutong

Director, National Supercomputer Centre in Guangzhou Sun Yat-sen University China

Dr Christine Ouyang

Distinguished Engineer IBM Quantum Computing Master Inventor and IBM Academy of Technology

Prof. Deng Yuefan

Professor, Applied Mathematics, Stony Brook University

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About the Organiser

The National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) Singapore was established in 2015 and manages Singapore’s first national petascale facility with available high performance computing (HPC) resources to support science and engineering computing needs for academic, research and industry communities.

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