The 20th Annual Meeting of ScicomP, the IBM HPC Systems Scientific Computing User Group in conjunction with The Blue Gene Consortium
May 27th – 30th, 2014
Hosted by ALCF / Argonne Leadership Computing Facility
- Call for Abstracts
- Important Dates
- Abstract Submission
- Logistics (Venue and Accommodations)
The IBM HPC Systems Scientific Computing User Group, ScicomP, is an open-membership Working Group of SPXXL. It is a user-supported not-for-profit international organization of scientific/technical users of large IBM systems. ScicomP brings together computational scientists and engineers interested in achieving maximum performance and scalability on all IBM HPC platforms, including Blue Gene and POWER architectures.
Scientists, engineers, and IBM staff will gather in Chicago to share real-world experiences porting, tuning, and running codes on IBM supercomputers. ScicomP invites participation from anyone who uses or supports large IBM systems for performing scientific calcuations.
- Tutorial – Using the bgclang compiler, and associated tools, on the Blue Gene/Q, presented by Hal Finkel, ANL
- Tutorial – Configuring/Tuning New GPFS 3.5/4.1 Features, presented by Kalyan Gunda, IBM
- Network with colleagues, computational scientists, IBM technical staff, and HPC center staff.
- Learn about IBM plans for HPC systems and software.
- Get tips on best practices for using IBM compilers, MPI, and productivity tools.
- Hear about the latest systems and plans from the world’s largest supercomputer centers.
ScicomP 2014 will take place in conjunction with the Blue Gene Consortium and as part of the Summer 2014 Meeting of SPXXL. SPXXL members please check the SPXXL web site for additional information.