Gathering the best of HPC in Asia

About SupercomputingAsia

Co-organised by HPC centres from Australia, Japan, Singapore and Thailand, the SupercomputingAsia (SCA) conference is an annual event that encompasses an umbrella of notable supercomputing and allied events in Asia. Established in 2018, the conference has become a key networking and collaboration platform for regional and global supercomputing partners, which attracts HPC thought-leaders, decision makers, academics and industry professionals.

SupercomputingAsia Awards

The Supercomputing Frontiers (SCF) / National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) Singapore awards were created during the third annual SCF High-Performance Computing (HPC) conference in 2017, providing a platform for discussion and innovation in supercomputing. The awards were later rebranded as the SCA Awards during the launch of the SCA conference in 2018. The SCA Awards recognises pioneers and thought leaders who have contributed to developing the HPC ecosystem in Singapore, inspiring new generations of researchers and practitioners in the field.

Data Mover Challenge

The international Data Mover Challenge (DMC), a key event of the SCA conference series, is a competition that is run once every 2 years and it aims to bring together experts from industry and academia in a bid to test their software and solutions for transferring huge amounts of research data. DMC seeks to challenge international teams to come up with the most advanced and innovative solutions for data transfer across servers located in various countries that are connected by 100Gbps international research and education networks.

Supercomputing Frontiers Asia

The technical papers arm of SCA, Supercomputing Frontiers Asia (SCFA), is held in conjunction with the SCA conference as a key co-located event. SCFA provides a platform for thought leaders from both academia and industry to present their research as well as discuss visionary ideas, global trends and the latest innovations across Applications, Algorithms & Libraries, Architecture, Network / Communication & Management, Data, Storage & Visualization and Programming & System Software.


The National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC) Singapore was established in 2015 to manage Singapore’s national petascale facilities and high-performance computing (HPC) resources. As a National Research Infrastructure funded by the National Research Foundation (NRF), the HPC resources that we provide helps support the research needs of the public and private sectors, including research institutes, institutes of higher learning, government agencies and companies. With the support of our stakeholders, NSCC catalyses national research and development initiatives, attracts industrial research collaborations and enhances Singapore’s research capabilities.

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The National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) is a collaborative hub at the centre of the Australian research ecosystem. We enable transformative science through big data and computing technologies, platforms and expertise. Through Extreme Computing and Data Analytics infrastructure – high-performance computing and data systems – tightly coupled with our internationally renowned expertise, NCI provides essential services that support the needs of research and industry today and into the future.

As the leadership center of high-performance computing, the RIKEN Center for Computational Science (R-CCS) explores the "Science of computing, by computing, and for computing." The outcomes of the exploration – the technologies such as open-source software – are its core competence. The R-CCS strives to enhance the core competence and to promote the technologies throughout the world.

As Thailand's leading supercomputer center, NSTDA Supercomputer Center (ThaiSC) is dedicated to delivering cutting-edge HPC research and services to the R&D community. ThaiSC actively fosters HPC workforce development, shapes the national HPC roadmap, and builds strategic partnerships. The center's notable milestone is the LANTA supercomputer distinguished as the fastest in ASEAN. With a focus on frontier science, urgent issues, and large-scale AI research, ThaiSC drives innovation and advancement in the HPC ecosystem by utilizing the powerful LANTA supercomputer.

The Research Organization for Information Science and Technology (RIST) contributes to the progress of science and technology through the following activities and services;

1) Promotion of effective use of the national flagship supercomputer Fugaku and the High Performance Computing Infrastructure (HPCI) in Japan, as the Registered Institution for Fugaku Use Promotion and the Representative for HPCI Operation,
2) Developments of advanced technologies in high-performance computing and information science,
3) Archiving and distribution of computer codes for nuclear science and engineering.


The Pawsey Supercomputing Research Centre is a Tier-1 High Performance Computing facility in Australia, supporting scientific research for the nation. Pawsey’s expertise in supercomputing, data, cloud and visualisation services benefits various domains like astronomy, life sciences, medicine, energy, resources, and artificial intelligence. Pawsey offers support through seminars, symposia, training, internships, and workshops for students, industry personnel, researchers, academics, and scientists in data, visualization, supercomputing, and advanced computing research opportunities.

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